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GU Ranks Higher for Undergrad Programs, Slips in National Rankings

GU Ranks Higher for Undergrad Programs, Slips in National Rankings

Georgetown University faced mixed results in the 2020 college rankings released Monday by the U.S. News & World Report, losing ground in the overall national ranking while rising in the undergraduate programs category. The university, ranked 24th in the United States, is down from being tied for 22nd place last[Read More…]

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KENNEDY CENTER / INSTAGRAM | The Kennedy Center is debuting a new immersive performing arts center during a two-week-long festival that started Sept. 7.

Kennedy Center Debuted Outdoor Arts Space With Festival

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will debut the Reach, its first major expansion since its opening in 1971, kicking off with a two-week-long festival that began last Saturday.  The Reach is an immersive arts center constructed in the green space next to the Kennedy Center building,[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | Even from the tee box, the Hoyas struggled mightily at the Cougar Classic

WOMEN’S GOLF | Hoyas’ Struggles Leads to Last Place Finish at Cougar Classic

The Georgetown women’s golf team traveled to Charleston, S.C., on Monday for the Cougar Classic tournament. The Hoyas struggled mightily, finishing last out of the 17 teams competing with a score of 58-over par 922. Vanderbilt finished first at 27-under par and with Wake Forest on their heels at 26-under[Read More…]

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KABOT: Bridging Differences Through Inquiry

KABOT: Bridging Differences Through Inquiry

Who I am as both a Jew and a person begins with my grandparents’ bookshelf. Their bookshelf was my first window to my Jewish heritage, with stories that took me from the Old City of Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee. These tales of people, places and pain allowed me[Read More…]

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DC EVENTS / INSTAGRAM | The vacant stadium has not been making money for the district, but officials have not decided what to do with the site after RFK is demolished.

RFK Stadium Scheduled for Demolition by 2021

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, a sports complex that formerly housed the Washington Redskins and D.C. United teams, is set to be demolished by 2021. The Washington Convention and Sports Authority, otherwise known as Events DC, conveyed the plan for demolition in a proposal released Sept. 5. The Washington, D.C.-based[Read More…]

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FREE KICK | Neymar Overvalued in the Transfer Drama of the Past Year

FREE KICK | Neymar Overvalued in the Transfer Drama of the Past Year

After months of speculation about being involved in a transfer, the highly anticipated return of Neymar to his former club Futbol Club Barcelona officially stalled Sept. 1. Despite making his intentions to leave his club clear to the world, the world’s most expensive player will remain at Paris Saint-Germain —[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | Quarterback Gunther Johnson and sophomore wide receiver Joshua Thomas celebrate one of Johnson's touchdowns.

FOOTBALL | Hoya Offense Erupts in Home Victory Over Marist

Following a loss to Davidson to open the season, the Georgetown football team sought to score their first win of the season against Marist last Saturday. The Hoyas bounced back from last week’s loss in a major way with a 43-3 blowout win. The Hoyas made notable improvement in the[Read More…]

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ON THIN ICE | 2019’s NHL Free Agency Period Can Change Its Format for Years to Come

ON THIN ICE | 2019’s NHL Free Agency Period Can Change Its Format for Years to Come

As much as I wish hockey season was just around the corner, it is still a whole 21 days away. While that seems like an eternity for fans before the season begins, it also means just three weeks remain for this year’s restricted free agent class to get signed. Restricted[Read More…]

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GUHOYAS | Freshman forward Ellie Maransky sets her sights upfield during the Hoyas' latest road trip.

FIELD HOCKEY | Hoyas Split Latest Road Trip, Beating Longwood and Falling to James Madison

After splitting their first two home games of the season, the Georgetown University women’s field hockey team (2-2) took to the road for two early season tests against Longwood University (1-2) and James Madison (2-2). While both were closely contested battles, Georgetown beat Longwood 2-1 but fell to James Madison[Read More…]

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