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LEE: Pick Policy Over Personality

LEE: Pick Policy Over Personality

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee September 29, 2023

When Donald Trump was first elected president in 2016, I couldn’t have cared less.  I was a young middle schooler living in South Korea, far removed from the political commotion of Washington,...

The Hoya Staff Named News Winner, Finalists in Bunn Awards

The Hoya Staff Named News Winner, Finalists in Bunn Awards

By Campus News Editor May 3, 2023

Georgetown University’s Journalism Program selected The Hoya for five Edward B. Bunn Awards for Journalistic Excellence at its 10th anniversary celebration. CNN Senior National Security Correspondent...

Anthony Fauci Visits Campus, Discusses COVID-19 Policy, Preventing Future Pandemics

Anthony Fauci Visits Campus, Discusses COVID-19 Policy, Preventing Future Pandemics

By Minoli Ediriweera April 1, 2023

Dr. Anthony Fauci (H ’90), former White House chief medical advisor and former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, came to Georgetown University March 27 and spoke...

D.C. Underground: Your Next Adventure

D.C. Underground: Your Next Adventure

By Sophie Fang and Naya Karam March 31, 2023

Washington, D.C., has a LOT of museums. Between the 19 Smithsonian museums alone, it can be hard to keep up. But perhaps the most “underground” of the Smithsonian family is the Anacostia Community...

Explainer: Abortion Care and Contraceptives Access On Campus, in D.C.

Explainer: Abortion Care and Contraceptives Access On Campus, in D.C.

By Minoli Ediriweera September 9, 2022

Following the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade, people across the nation have mourned the loss of the constitutional right to an abortion...

Panel: Digital Media Trends Challenge Independent News Organizations

Panel: Digital Media Trends Challenge Independent News Organizations

By Margaux Devaney May 6, 2022

Independent news platforms face difficulties in both maintaining a base of support and navigating an increasingly streaming-based world, a panel of journalists said at an April 25 event.  The...

Right-Wing Media Outlets Undermine Trust in Journalism, CNN Reporter Says

By Alexandra Bowman April 3, 2019

Though journalists face increasing criticism from the public, nonpartisan media organizations must continue to seek the truth through objective reporting, a panel of journalists said March 27. Even...

NATALIE ISÉ/THE HOYA Georgetown University plans to switch to live registration because of incompatibility with the old preregistration software.

Live Registration Set to Launch for Fall 2019

By Elizabeth Douglas November 30, 2018

Live course registration, in which students choose classes in real time without delay from the university registrar, is set to replace the current preregistration system beginning in April for fall...

SHEEL PATEL/THE HOYA Students are urging Georgetown University administrators to be clear about how proposed changes to Title IX laws will affect university Title IX proceedings.

Proposed Title IX Changes Spark Student Letter

By Emma Wenzinger November 20, 2018

Nearly 300 students signed a letter urging Georgetown University to be transparent in how the changes the U.S. Department of Education proposed to Title IX laws would affect the university’s sexual...

AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA  Hundreds of graduate students voted in this weeks elections on whether the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees should unionize. Polls were open from Nov. 5 to Nov. 8.

Hundreds Vote in Graduate Union Election

By Will Cassou November 9, 2018

Hundreds of Georgetown University graduate student workers voted this week on whether the university will recognize the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees as a union, allowing it to engage in...

FILE PHOTO: MICHELLE LUBERTO FOR THE HOYA 
Cardinal Donald Wuerl currently holds an honorary degree from Georgetown University. Following allegations that Wuerl mishandled accusations of sexual abuse, students demanded his degree be revoked.

Students Call for Transparency in Degree Reviews

By Mason Mandell November 9, 2018

Students are pushing for expediency and greater input into a newly formed working group evaluating honorary degrees, including those held by cardinals implicated in the sexual abuse crisis, as it met...

MASON MANDELL FOR THE HOYA Students watched in a packed Healey Family Student Center as election results came in Tuesday evening.

Midterm Election Results Yield Mixed Student Reactions

By Will Cassou November 7, 2018

Cheers erupted from Democratic students in the Healey Family Student Center as CNN projected that Democrats would win a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives after hours filled with doubt that...

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