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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

VIEWPOINT: Finding Hope in Hong Kong

VIEWPOINT: Finding Hope in Hong Kong

By Bakhita Fung December 5, 2019

A part of me feels unprepared to read the news every morning for fear of what my city has become. Hong Kong, the place where I lived all 18 years of my life before coming to Washington, D.C., has been...

Hong Kong Protests Demand Wary Journalism, Speaker Says

Hong Kong Protests Demand Wary Journalism, Speaker Says

By Sophie Haber November 22, 2019

As violence escalates in Hong Kong, newsrooms must make careful decisions about how they present the events of the protests, United States Bureau Chief for the South China Morning Post Robert Delaney...

SUBUL MALIK / THE HOYA | Activists chalked opposing messages in Red Square regarding ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong about the citys relationship to China.

Anonymous Chalk Messages Debate Hong Kong Protests

By Riley Rogerson September 6, 2019

Anonymous chalk messages supporting ongoing Hong Kong protests were left in Red Square late last week, leading to a series of back-and-forth notes debating Hong Kong’s relationship with China.  A...

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