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The Housing Policy Built on Discussion

By Will Simons February 11, 2014

On Jan. 27, as students began to pack into Verizon Center to watch Georgetown take on Villanova, the Office of Residential Living sent an email informing eligible students that the housing selection process...

Scheuer Upholds Assassination Call

By Mallika Sen January 14, 2014

Since School of Foreign Service adjunct professor Michael Scheuer appeared to endorse the assassinations of President Barack Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron in a column Dec. 23, he has been...

Miley Mayhem and Cant Stop Controversy

Miley Mayhem and “Can’t Stop” Controversy

By KP and KP June 11, 2013

Miley Cyrus isn't one to stray away from polemics. Over the course of her short career, Miley has caused more than one mouth to drop with her wild partying and rebellious antics. Most recently, she's...

New Slaves and Kanye Controversy

“New Slaves” and Kanye Controversy

By Nicole Jarvis and Nicole Jarvis May 22, 2013

If there are three things that Kanye West does best, they are the following: 1. Being provocative 2. Being dramatic 3. Being unintentionally hilarious After making the entire musically-inclined corner...

Ramadan ‘Comes Clean’ After Denying Secret Society Membership

By Emma Hinchliffe February 20, 2013

On the eve of the GUSA executive election, vice presidential candidate Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14) has confirmed his membership in a private society unaffiliated with the Second Society of Stewards after...

Coulter Speech Amuses, Offends

By Rita Pearson October 21, 2011

Students who attended Ann Coulter's speech Thursday evening in Lohrfink Auditorium came with a range of expectations. Some, like Dan Galloway (COL '13) attended the event because they find Coulter...

Gray Staffers Exit Amid Controversy

By David Schuler September 9, 2011

Allegations of corruption in Mayor Vincent Gray's administration have led to major overhauls in his top staff. Current Gray staffers are being accused of nepotism, overpaying top officials and using...

Park51 Imam to Speak on Muslim-Christian Relations

By Heather Flynn February 8, 2011

When the former Park51 spokesman visits campus March 1, the planned Islamic community center near Ground Zero that sparked national controversy last fall won't be on the table for discussion. Rather,...

Cohen Talks Organ Econ.

By Upasana Kaku October 19, 2010

Lloyd Cohen is not afraid of controversy. So when he drew supply and demand curves for human body parts on a whiteboard to illustrate the benefits of a market for organs, he did so with the confidence...

Professor Points to Ghostwriting at Medical Center

By Jonathan Gillis September 14, 2010

At odds with a major pharmaceutical company, professor Adriane Fugh-Berman recently published a report revealing that Wyeth, a subsidiary of Pfizer, paid for ghostwritten articles promoting the use of...

NYC Mosque: Right to Build

By Brian Shaud September 10, 2010

Last year, I wrote a viewpoint for The Hoya about honoring the memory of Sept. 11 ("Missing the Anniversary of 9/11," Sept. 15, 2009, A3) and the need to recapture the sense of unity the country experienced...

Panel Discusses Pros and Cons of Ground Zero Mosque

By Johanna Caldwell and Stephen Levy September 10, 2010

As national debate persisted over the proposed construction of a Muslim community center at a site two blocks from Ground Zero in New York, a panel of professors and experts on interfaith issues gathered...

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