In fall 1988, The Hoya reached an inflection point. Just a year earlier, the paper had started printing twice a week, a decision that would … [Read more...] about ’90s Prove Pivotal as The Hoya Goes Online
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As Georgetown reckons with its history of slavery, University President John J. DeGioia reflected on the university’s path forward in a … [Read more...] about DeGioia Speaks on GU272, Title IX
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Presidential legacy is a tricky balance of the good, the bad and the scandalous. Should we remember former president Franklin D. Roosevelt … [Read more...] about Obama Solidifies Substantial Legacy