Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya



By Bruce McKaig July 15, 2017

Home caregivers, fast food workers and adjunct faculty work all in multibillion-dollar industries yet struggle for livable wages and fair labor practices. Artists are no exception. The arts are affected...

A Plea for the Survey

By Zachary Schroepfer February 4, 2016

We, the members of the Freshman Executive Committee, as a body formed to represent the Class of 2019, strongly urge our classmates to take the university’s confidential Sexual Assault and Misconduct...

DC Poverty Rate Increases

By Lucy Pash October 7, 2014

As the region struggles to recover from the recession, the poverty rate in Washington, D.C., which has steadily risen since 2007, reached 18.9 percent in 2013, a marginal increase from the previous year,...

Title IX: Man’s Best Friend?

By Kate Riga June 9, 2014

College campuses are hotbeds of sexual assault. As more and more frightening statistics pour in (such as the ever-unsettling one in every five women will be sexually assaulted by the end of her college...

College Enrollment Dips Nationwide

By Kshithij Shrinath May 16, 2014

The percentage of students choosing to enroll in college from high school has steadily declined since the end of the recession in 2009, sparking concerns about demographic changes in the national student...

Colleges Deflate Admissions Rates With Incomplete Apps

By Gene Choi September 27, 2013

As college applicants compete for coveted spots, universities, too, compete in the race to drive up application numbers. The Washington Post recently reported that some universities are misrepresenting...

Pay Unequal Across Schools

By Braden McDonald April 30, 2012

Despite statistics released by the American Association of University Professors earlier this month placing Georgetown faculty among the top-paid professors in the country, professors and administrators...

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