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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

4E’s Thanksgiving Countdown

4E’s Thanksgiving Countdown

By Izzy Roemer and Izzy Roemer November 3, 2018

It doesn't seem valid to get excited year after year about a holiday that commemorates our subjugation of native peoples and destructive colonial ways, but let me tell you: I am excited for Thanksgiving...

The women’s golf team finished second at the Big East Championships last season and earned 17th place at the Lady Paladin Invitational this past weekend.

Women’s Golf | Hoyas Tee Off with Ivies

By Dan Crosson September 30, 2016

The Georgetown women’s golf team will travel to Princeton, N.J. this weekend to compete in the Princeton Invitational. The team recently placed 17th out of 20 teams at the Lady Paladin Invitational,...

MAGUIRE: New Jersey Contributes Great Talent to MLB

MAGUIRE: New Jersey Contributes Great Talent to MLB

By Carolyn Maguire July 26, 2015

In honor of the United States’ 239th birthday this July, YouGov, a national database company, asked Americans how they felt about each of the 50 states. The results of the poll revealed New Jersey as...

Letting Go Of Half-truths

Letting Go Of Half-truths

By Jinwoo Chong June 15, 2015

At my freshman NSO welcome session, I told people that I was from Princeton, New Jersey — even though I hadn’t lived there in close to two years. To be fair, it was half-true. I was as “from Princeton”...



By Jenna Clifford and Jenna Clifford April 15, 2015

How is the 3rd hour of your study session? Where is that study break you intended to take? You’ve somehow found yourself trapped in the unforgiving walls of Lau 2, wondering if the room is really...

Rashawn Davis (COL ‘14) was the youngest candidate to run for Newark City Council, earning 5.87 percent of the vote.

Davis Defeated in Newark

By Suzanne Monyak May 16, 2014

At age 21, Rashawn Davis (COL ’14) was the youngest candidate in the race for the West Ward of Newark City Council on Tuesday, joining seven other candidates vying for two-term Councilman Ron Rice’s...

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: Christies Jam Recipe

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: Christie’s Jam Recipe

By Harper Weissburg and Harper Weissburg January 9, 2014

Chris Christie, the (usually) reputable, Republican Governor of New Jersey (and likely 2016 presidential candidate) has found himself in a bit of a jam. What did he do? We're actually not entirely sure....

After the Storm

By Hanaa Khadraoui October 25, 2013

At this time last year, students stocked up on Grab ‘n’ Go and retreated to their dorms for a two-day break from classes. While D.C. dealt with little more than strong wind and rain, Hurricane Sandy...

Walking Through Jersey’s Hall of Fame

By Allie Doughty February 15, 2013

What do Bruce Springsteen and Jack the Bulldog have in common? They were both born in Freehold, New Jersey! In the unlikely case that anyone at all was wondering, Freehold is the vibrant neighbor to my...

Thanks for the Memories: The Real Jersey Shore

By Allie Doughty January 18, 2013

After spending a few weeks in my New Jersey hometown during winter break, I was finally able to visit what is left of Pier Beach in Spring Lake, a frequent summer destination of mine while growing up....

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