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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

RAMLOW: NBA Style Meets NCAA Trends

RAMLOW: NBA Style Meets NCAA Trends

By Hugh Ramlow March 1, 2016

The NCAA men’s college basketball field is as wide open as it has been in years. In fact, the parity of the top 64 teams — those who will make the first bracket in the NCAA tournament — is a historic...

Dissecting Huckabee’s Declarations

By Melina Hsiao September 17, 2015

A few weeks ago, Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis was held in contempt for not issuing marriage licenses to a pair of homosexual couples. On the day of her release from jail, a rally was held in support...

FIEGE: Calipari’s Roster is Loaded With Talent

By Max Fiege March 31, 2015

Much to the chagrin of my bracket, the Kentucky Wildcats improved to 38-0 this past Saturday evening as they squeaked past the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 68-66. After trailing for most of the second...

IPPOLITO: Honoring Every Tournament

By Michael Ippolito March 27, 2015

If you had any access to a television during the past week and a half, you have probably heard about March Madness and Kentucky’s potential undefeated season. But what you probably did not hear about,...

An Interview with the New Chair of the Board

An Interview with the New Chair of the Board

By KP and KP April 15, 2013

Last week, after a vote of the senior staff members, The Hoya was proud to announce that Evan Hollander would be the 2013-2014 Chair of the The Hoya Board of Directors. To get to know Evan and his exciting...

Kentucky Looks Best Early

By Evan Hollander April 30, 2012

After the melodrama — complete with tragic ending — that was Nerlens Noel’s recruitment, I’ve been trying to put next year’s basketball season (and Kentucky’s continuing dominance) out of my...

One-and-Done Strategy Toys With Fans’ Hearts

By Evan Hollander April 16, 2012

When I visited Central Kentucky for my annual pilgrimage to the beautiful Keeneland Race Course last weekend, the couches had long since stopped burning and the Wildcats’ blue-chip recruits were preparing...

East Region Breakdown

By Connor Gregoire March 17, 2011 The Ohio State Buckeyes may be the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament, but they have arguably the most treacherous road to the Final Four of a top seed...

Around the Nation

By Jon Maniaci, Samantha Bohbot, and Keith Levinsky February 8, 2010

Kansas Ranked No. 1 nationally in both the AP and ESPN polls, the Jayhawks (22-1, 8-0 Big 12) are the premier team in college basketball this season. Built with a perfect combination of size, speed,...

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