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Second Sexual Assault Charge Raised Against Ex-Cardinal McCarrick

Second Sexual Assault Charge Raised Against Ex-Cardinal McCarrick

By Nina Raj and Mary Clare Marshall April 21, 2023

CW: This article discusses clerical sexual assault. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. Former Washington, D.C. Archbishop and Georgetown University honorary degree...

The Ewing Experiment Comes to an End

The Ewing Experiment Comes to an End

By Oliver Ni, Carrie McDonald, Nina Raj, and Michelle Vassilev March 24, 2023

Patrick Ewing’s (CAS ’85) hire as head coach was supposed to be the next chapter of his legendary Hoya career. If only it was meant to be. After going 75-109 over six seasons at his alma mater,...

Student Activist Raises Awareness for Genocide in Tigray

Student Activist Raises Awareness for Genocide in Tigray

By Nina Raj and Michelle Vassilev March 3, 2023

CW: This article discusses genocide and violence. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources.  Every day is full of uncertainty for Daniel Hagos (GRD ’23), a Georgetown...

Anti-Abortion Conference Sparks Student Opposition

Anti-Abortion Conference Sparks Student Opposition

By Nina Raj and Michelle Vassilev January 31, 2023

Students and campus groups came together in protest after Georgetown University hosted and sponsored the largest student-run anti-abortion conference in the nation. The Cardinal O’Connor Conference...

Antisemitic Graffiti Reported in First-Year Residence Hall

Antisemitic Graffiti Reported in First-Year Residence Hall

By Michelle Vassilev and Nina Raj January 29, 2023

CW: This article discusses antisemitism and violence against Jewish communities. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. A Georgetown University community member reported...

GU Politics Spring Fellows Discuss Rising Extremism

GU Politics Spring Fellows Discuss Rising Extremism

By Michelle Vassilev and Nina Raj January 29, 2023

The Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) fellows for the Spring 2023 semester sat down with The Hoya to explore the political lessons the next generation can learn,...

GU Fraternity Brother Accused of Misusing Nonprofit Money

GU Fraternity Brother Accused of Misusing Nonprofit Money

By Nina Raj and Michelle Vassilev December 5, 2022

A Georgetown University graduate and officer of the Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE) fraternity is expected to go to trial in 2023 for misusing public benefit funds intended for School of Foreign Service (SFS)...

Educational Experts Share Ways to Support Teachers of Color

Educational Experts Share Ways to Support Teachers of Color

By Nina Raj November 18, 2022

Georgetown University’s Masters of Arts in Educational Transformation hosted an informative talk addressing the crisis of decreasing numbers of Black and Brown individuals in the teaching profession.  The...

Policy Experts Discuss Argentina’s Humanitarian Visa for Displaced Migrants

Policy Experts Discuss Argentina’s Humanitarian Visa for Displaced Migrants

By Nina Raj November 10, 2022

Panelists spoke to Georgetown University community members about Argentina’s humanitarian visa for people displaced by disasters and the example the program sets on the global stage. The Institute...

Myanmar Women, Diplomats Confront Humanitarian Crisis

Myanmar Women, Diplomats Confront Humanitarian Crisis

By Nina Raj October 27, 2022

CW: This article references violence and sexual violence. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. The Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security...

Book Talk Explores Intersection of Data, Journalism in India

Book Talk Explores Intersection of Data, Journalism in India

By Nina Raj October 27, 2022

While India struggles with data access, improved journalistic practices may offer a solution, author and data journalist Rukmini Shrinivasan said at a book talk. Shrinivasan spoke at an Oct. 21 event...

SCS Student Receives Community Service Award for Veteran Volunteering Efforts

SCS Student Receives Community Service Award for Veteran Volunteering Efforts

By Nina Raj September 15, 2022

A School of Continuing Studies (SCS) student won the Lena Landegger Community Service Award for his volunteer efforts with the Georgetown University Student Veterans Association (GUSVA) and Arlington...

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