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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

ILLUSTRATIONS BY EMILY SHAMBAUGH/THE HOYA | Students ranked sexual assault policy as the most important issue in todays election in a Wednesday night poll by The Hoya.

Students Set to Vote for President Amid Declining Trust in GUSA

By Deepika Jonnalagadda February 8, 2019

As Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates seek to make their platforms relevant to students, trust in student government remains low, raising fears of low voter turnout. Of...

AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA | Sam Appel (COL 20), right, resigned from the GUSA senate and stepped down from the executive race Monday night. His former running mate Nicki Gray (NHS 20) announced she is continuing her run for GUSA president alone Tuesday evening.

Appel Exits GUSA Senate, Drops Exec Bid; Gray to Run Alone

By Yasmine Salam and Deepika Jonnalagadda January 29, 2019

Sam Appel (COL ’20) resigned from the Georgetown University Student Association senate and stepped down from his bid for GUSA vice president on a ticket with Nicki Gray (NHS ’20) on Monday evening....

GRAY: Patience is Key to Self-Discovery

GRAY: Patience is Key to Self-Discovery

By Fr. Howard Gray, S.J. November 14, 2014

I’ve been on the road a great deal this academic term, a temporary inhabitant of the terminals in various cities on the East Coast, the West Coast and sites in between. In those journeys it has become...

GRAY: Jeter’s Career Modeled Grace in Game of Life

GRAY: Jeter’s Career Modeled Grace in Game of Life

By Fr. Howard Gray, S.J. September 19, 2014

Derek Jeter will retire from the New York Yankees at the conclusion of this season. You don’t have to be a Yankees fan (full disclosure, I’m not) to recognize that Jeter’s professional career has...

GRAY: Ignatius’ and Francis’ Exemplary Journeys

By Fr. Howard Gray, S.J. March 28, 2014

A number of recent retrospective evaluations of Pope Francis and his first year as the leader of the Catholic Church have attempted to discern what the influences of his personality and style of leadership...

Poll Finds Gray Ahead With Room, Time to Fall

By Johnny Verhovek January 17, 2014

A Washington Post poll released Wednesday shows incumbent D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray holding a double-digit lead for the April 1 Democratic mayoral primary, despite concerns over the ethics scandal that...

Gray Seeks Styrofoam Ban

By Katie Sullivan October 22, 2013

Mayor Vincent Gray’s legislative push for sustainability, proposed to the District of Columbia Council on Oct. 1, would ban all Styrofoam food containers in the District beginning in January 2018. The...

Gray Vetoes Living Wage Bill

By TM Gibbons-Neff September 14, 2013

Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray vetoed the Large Retailer Accountability Act on Thursday, which would have raised the minimum wage for large retailers such as Wal-Mart to $12.50 an hour in combined...

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...

GU Helps Fund Gray’s Inauguration

By Upasana Kaku January 25, 2011

Georgetown University donated $5,000 to help cover the costs of recently elected D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's transition and inauguration events, one of several recent donations the university has made to...

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