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KENNEDY: Empower Collegiate Athletes with NIL

KENNEDY: Empower Collegiate Athletes with NIL

By Ashley Kennedy February 22, 2024

Since its establishment by the NCAA in 2021, name, image and likeness (NIL) has become a significant point of consideration for student-athletes and universities alike when it comes to the recruitment...

KIM: Navigate Being The Third Roommate

KIM: Navigate Being The Third Roommate

By Diane Kim February 22, 2024

The jury’s out — there’s no trickier situationship out there than being the third roommate. It’s the ultimate “are-we-aren’t-we?” scenario. But before we get ahead of ourselves, congratulations...

VIEWPOINT: Flourish Through Creation

VIEWPOINT: Flourish Through Creation

By Kat Mintchev February 22, 2024

Everything at Georgetown University unfolds against the Jesuit obsession with living well. Ironically, I never thought much of cura personalis beyond a pipe dream for the university to pack into a brochure...

The Tudor Place, a historical mansion and museum in Georgetown, launched a new exhibit on February 6 called Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place, curated in collaboration with descendants.

New Installation Brings Tudor Place History to Light

By Maggie Sansone, Special to The Hoya February 20, 2024

A new installation intended to uncover the lives of the generations of free and enslaved people who lived and worked at the Tudor Place, a historic Georgetown property that now serves as a museum, opened...

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 15, 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...

BELDING: Resurrect Latin in the Core

BELDING: Resurrect Latin in the Core

By Brinley Belding February 15, 2024

Cura Personalis, Utraque Unum — two phrases that lay the foundation of Georgetown University’s values and Jesuit identity. These sayings predate the university as their Latin origins indicate long-standing,...

VIEWPOINT: Love with Generosity

VIEWPOINT: Love with Generosity

By Alice Ma and Katie Cheung February 15, 2024

This Valentine’s Day, the Chinese Student Alliance (CSA) offered Sweethearts & Stuffies, a unique opportunity for Georgetown University students to spread love and joy while supporting Heart of Dinner,...

VIEWPOINT: Seek Common Ground in Discourse

VIEWPOINT: Seek Common Ground in Discourse

By Paige Foster and Gregory Brew February 15, 2024

This year, Georgetown University’s Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life (OCC), the nation’s largest student-run anti-abortion conference, enters its 25th year. According to its mission statement,...

VIEWPOINT: Invest in Space Studies

VIEWPOINT: Invest in Space Studies

By Owen Chbani and Sophia Chang February 8, 2024

Georgetown University has a storied history with astronomy — yet since 1972, that history’s only legacy has been in the neglected, aging Heyden Observatory. Founded in 1841 as part of a nascent...

VIEWPOINT: Promote Research on Campus

VIEWPOINT: Promote Research on Campus

By Michael Parker February 8, 2024

I am a scientist turned academic advisor. At Georgetown University, I wear many hats: I advise a caseload of about 250 biology and chemistry undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences...

KIM: This Just In (Or Out) For 2024

KIM: This Just In (Or Out) For 2024

By Diane Kim February 8, 2024

We barely made it past Jan. 1 before the first trend of the year made itself known: Ins and Outs. It’s fun, it’s pithy, and I’m here for it.  For those of you who weren’t rotting on X, formerly...

AMENDOEIRA: Rethink the American Ideal

By Claudia Amendoeira February 8, 2024

My high school did not have a guidance counselor, but that didn’t stop me. I bought an SAT prep book on Amazon and religiously studied “How to Get Into Georgetown” YouTube videos. During my last...

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