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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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Mondays with Melanie: On Impossible Town, Autumn Leaves and Georgetown Baseball

By Melanie Elliott April 9, 2024

Transcript Melanie Elliott (ME): Hello Hoyas! And welcome back to “Mondays with Melanie.” Through this series, I will be bringing on the authors of each week’s top stories to discuss their articles...

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‘Problemista’ Is a Carefully Thought-Out, Innovative Comedy

By Abigail Corrao, Hoya Staff Writer March 22, 2024

“Problemista,” the debut feature from writer, director and actor Julio Torres, is an imaginative depiction of the American immigration journey.  The surreal comedy, which debuts March 22 after...

Runners from across the country, including Georgetown University students, packed the streets of Washington, D.C. to run, walk and everything in between at the St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon and 5K the morning of March 16.

Rock, Roll ‘n’ Run: Hoyas Join Annual Half Marathon, 5K

By Paulina Inglima, City Desk Editor March 21, 2024

Runners from across the country, including Georgetown University students, packed the streets of Washington, D.C. to run, walk and everything in between at the St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon...

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Where is Kate Middleton?

By Caroline Rareshide and Caitlin McLean March 20, 2024

If you are anything like us, you have been intrigued by what on Earth is going on with Kate Middleton. Lucky for you, The Hoya has two royal experts, both of whom are Irish-American. (Our British-born...

THE SYMPHONY OF SOCIETY | Starbucks’ ‘Feline In Love’ Campaign is a Strategic Move in the Wake of Controversy

By Jin Xi Chen, Guide Columnist March 20, 2024

This year, Starbucks has faced significant backlash for a perceived anti-union activity. From boycotts to social media posts, the brand’s image has been tarnished in the eyes of some consumers: The coffee...

Over two dozen volunteers at the Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA), a local animal shelter and foster program in Washington, D.C, claimed they were fired for raising concerns about poor conditions and disregard for animal welfare at the facilities. II Historical Marker Database

Volunteers Reportedly Fired After Raising Concerns About Animal Welfare at Local Shelter

By Michael Scime, Special to The Hoya March 15, 2024

Over two dozen volunteers at the Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA), a local animal shelter and foster program in Washington, D.C, claimed they were fired for raising concerns about poor conditions and disregard...

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Oscars Favorites: The Hoya’s Top Picks for the 2024 Academy Awards

By Jasmine Criqui, Senior Guide Editor March 10, 2024

The Oscars aren’t the only highly prestigious and competitive film award given out today — with our columnists, writers and editors covering 2023’s best movies throughout the year, it’s time to...

Georgetown University / Forty Georgetown students and graduates won Fulbright U.S. Student awards, marking the second consecutive year that Georgetown University produced the most Fulbright Scholars of any U.S. university.

For Second Straight Year, Georgetown Tops Fulbright Scholars Rankings

By Evie Steele February 16, 2024

For the second consecutive year, Georgetown University produced the most Fulbright Scholars of any U.S. university, according to a Feb. 13 university press release. Forty Georgetown students and graduates...

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Roar! Chinatown’s Annual New Year Parade Offers Fiery Performances Amid Rich Cultural History

By Elizabethe Bogrette, Deputy Guide Editor February 14, 2024

Stretching over seven blocks in the Chinatown area of Washington, D.C., this year’s Chinese Lunar New Year parade, held Feb. 11, featured fiery performances from community organizations and commemorative...

Maren Fagan and Aamir Jamil/The Hoya | More than a dozen students protested in front of the Healey Family Student Center (HFSC) in a pro-Palestine rally that coincided with Senior Parents and Family weekend calling on Georgetown to divest from companies that support Israel on Feb. 2.

SJP Urges University to Divest from Companies Supporting Israel in Rally During Parents Weekend

By Maren Fagan and Aamir Jamil February 9, 2024

More than a dozen students rallied in front of the Healey Family Student Center (HFSC) during Georgetown University’s Senior Parents and Family Weekend, calling on parents and students to urge the university...

Maren Fagan/The Hoya | Six professors from different universities discussed the role of Black women’s influence and participation in the field of politics during a Feb. 5 panel co-hosted by the government department, department of African American studies and women’s and gender studies.

Panel: Professors Discuss Research, Role of Black Women in Politics

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor February 8, 2024

Six professors discussed the role of Black women as leaders and mobilizers in voting, their influence in past elections and their role in the upcoming 2024 presidential election in a Feb. 5 panel. Georgetown...

Valentines Day brings the rose latte to Cafe Georgetown.

On Your Radar: The Valentine’s Day Issue

By Elizabethe Bogrette, Deputy Guide Editor February 8, 2024

Fall in LOVE With Georgetown! Who needs an S.O. when you could fall in love with our city instead? Just a few minutes walk from the gates, many shops on M St. will be running a “Love, Georgetown”...

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