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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Amy Schumer Acts After A Hoyas Open Letter

Amy Schumer Acts After A Hoya’s Open Letter

By Jenna Clifford and Jenna Clifford August 4, 2015

Yes, it is possible to love Amy Schumer even more than you already do. She is remarkable not only for her unapologetic boldness, humor, confidence and ownership of her sexuality in Hollywood, but for...

Georgetown for Gender Equality

Georgetown for Gender Equality

By Jenna Clifford and Jenna Clifford June 18, 2015

BREAKING NEWS: What do Twitter, Vodaphone and Georgetown all have in common?! … Yeah, buddy at first we were stumped too, but it's: GENDER EQUALITY. As part of Emma Watson's... Well yes, her. But,...

Swipe for Burgers: For a Limited Time Only

Swipe for Burgers: For a Limited Time Only

By Emily Min and Emily Min December 8, 2014

Have you, the curious Georgetown student, ever wondered what life would be like if you could extend your precious meal swipes beyond the reaches of Leo's and Einstein's? Well, have we got news for you! According...

Hoya Court Restaurant Openings Delayed Until October

By Emma Hinchliffe August 13, 2013

Construction in Hoya Court will continue until mid-October, delaying the opening of new restaurants originally slated for late August. To compensate for the delay in opening Elevation Burger, Salad...

Burglary Reported in Village C East

By Penny Hung August 5, 2013

A locked room in Village C East was burglarized over the weekend, the Department of Public Safety reported. The incident occurred between August 1 at 6:00 p.m. and August 5 at 2:10 p.m., when an unknown...

Recent Grad Dies in Plane Crash

By Eitan Sayag August 1, 2013

Bess Rosenzweig (COL ’13) and her mother, Claire Clube, 49, died in a plane crash in Kenya on July 25. Rosenzweig, 22, was from Cambridge, Mass. and graduated from Georgetown with a degree...

JJ to Leave Campus, Mascot Future in Question

By Emma Hinchliffe July 31, 2013

An unforeseen — and, for now, unexplained — departure has struck Georgetown amid the dog days of summer. Mascot-in-training Jack Jr. will not return to campus this fall, and the question of...

GU Competes for Walter Reed Redevelopment

By Penny Hung July 12, 2013

The university will present a proposal for redevelopment of Walter Reed Army Medical Center at a community open house July 18, Chief Operating Officer Christopher Augostini, Provost Robert Groves and...

Fall Study Abroad in Cairo Cancelled

By Emma Hinchliffe July 5, 2013

The Office of International Programs cancelled its fall study abroad program at the American University in Cairo in response to a State Department travel advisory issued Wednesday. The warning advises...

Hoya Court to Offer Healthier Dining Choices

By Emma Hinchliffe June 21, 2013

Auxiliary Services is replacing restaurants in Hoya Court with healthier options, Chief Business Officer for University Services Deborah Morey announced in a campus-wide email Friday. Elevation Burger,...

Car Stolen From Gas Station

By Penny Hung June 7, 2013

Three men stole a woman's car while she was pumping gas at the Exxon gas station on the 3600 block of M Street, NW, on Friday morning, the Department of Public Safety reported. The incident occurred...

Wallet Stolen in Poulton Hall

By Eitan Sayag June 4, 2013

An unknown intruder stole a Georgetown employee’s wallet from the employee’s unlocked office on the second floor of Poulton Hall on Tuesday afternoon, according to an alert from the Department of...

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