Hosted by Jewish Life on the first weekend of November, the Jewish Life Retreat provided students the opportunity to escape campus and … [Read more...] about VIDEO: An Inside Look at the Jewish Life Retreat
Coming from the United Kingdom, first-year Anna Kummelstedt (COL ’25) and Soraya Dhanani (COL ’25) did not know what to expect when … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Students Share their Biggest Culture Shocks Upon Arrival to Campus
This week, our interview on “The Community Corner” takes place well beyond a Zoom screen. In fact, we made our way to Oak Hill Cemetery, a … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: Ghosts, Graves, Spirits at Oak Hill Cemetery
This week on “The Community Corner,” The Hoya had a chance to sit down with Georgetown University professor of linguistics Deborah Tannen to … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: Have You Seen That Slack Notification Yet?
Will Haskell’s (COL ’18) first experience with politics was when his father took him to a New Hampshire primary election so he could shake … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: As the Youngest State Senator, This Georgetown Graduate Has Advice for You
When Kirsten Anderson joined the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business (MSB) as a professor, there was no official maternity … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Inside the MSB: Women in Leadership
Today on “The Community Corner” we’re going back 50 years in time. Why? Throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s at least 20 different … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: 50 Years Ago Jesuit Schools Went Coeducational. Here’s What Happened Next.
In this special episode of “Halftime on the Hilltop,” Hoya sports reporters take on the big question of the fall: What will basketball … [Read more...] about HALFTIME ON THE HILLTOP: All Things Basketball
With the first Georgetown men’s basketball game set to take place this Saturday, watch to hear from undergraduate students as they … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Students Anticipate Return to the Basketball Stands
Dagomar Degroot, professor of environmental history at Georgetown University, has a message to students and adults alike: Our planet is not … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: Is Our World Doomed? This Georgetown Professor Says Otherwise