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Downgraded Zika Status Raises Concerns

Downgraded Zika Status Raises Concerns

December 2, 2016 at 3:30 am 0 comments

Georgetown professor of global health law Lawrence Gostin is concerned about the World Health Organization’s Nov. 17 decision to formally lift Zika’s emergency status, arguing the move decreases the prospects of funding to fight and cure Zika, and downgrades public concern when certain populations are still at serious risk ofRead More

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Google began shipping its new MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar to customers earlier this week with record sales, according to Forbes.

GU Gives MacBook Pro Lukewarm Review

November 18, 2016 at 3:50 am 0 comments

  Apple announced the release of its new MacBook Pro on Oct. 27 to a mixed reception from the Apple user community at Georgetown. According to Forbes, Apple’s newest laptop has experienced record sales. The company began shipping the laptops to online customers on Monday. U.S. online shoppers spent moreRead More

Your Career

Your Career

October 28, 2016 at 3:30 am 0 comments

In the midst of recruiting season for the banking and consulting sectors, The Hoya spoke with experts attending events sponsored by the Cawley Career Education Center. These recruiters, associates, analysts, consultants and other professionals were asked for their insights and advice to guide students pursuing careers in their fields. ThisRead More

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Google released the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones including Google Assistant, which the company claims is better than the iPhone's Siri.

Google Pixel Met With Optimism at GU

October 21, 2016 at 4:13 pm 1 comment

Google released its new Pixel and Pixel XL phones this Thursday, Oct. 20, to much anticipation within the Georgetown community. Students and faculty, after having mixed reviews for the latest releases of Google competitor Apple Inc. earlier this year — the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 — were generallyRead More

What To Do Next

What To Do Next

October 21, 2016 at 3:42 pm 0 comments

In the midst of recruiting season for the banking and consulting sectors, The Hoya spoke with experts attending events sponsored by the Cawley Career Education Center. These recruiters, associates, analysts, consultants and other professionals were asked for their insights and advice to guide students interested in pursuing careers in theirRead More

Finding the Right Fit

Finding the Right Fit

October 14, 2016 at 3:40 am 0 comments

In the midst of recruiting season for the service, banking and consulting sectors, The Hoya spoke with experts attending events sponsored by the Cawley Career Education Center. These recruiters, associates, analysts, consultants and other professionals were asked for their insights and advice to guide students interested in pursuing careers inRead More

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Apple debuted its Series 2 watch earlier this month, prompting mixed reviews from the Georgetown  community. The original Apple Watch was released in April 2015 and has declined in sales recently.

Apple Releases Series 2 Watch, Mixed Feedback from GU

September 30, 2016 at 3:30 am 0 comments

Earlier this month, Apple Inc. unveiled a new version of its smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 2, after what critics deem a disappointing year of sales for the original Apple Watch. At Georgetown, reactions to the new watch have been mixed. According to Apple’s website, the Series 2 watch comesRead More

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GU Hails Melties’ Return

September 16, 2016 at 4:05 am 1 comment

The first Georgetown University Farmers Market of the year Wednesday saw the return of student food startup Melties, offering gourmet ice cream-cookie sandwiches to customers passing through Red Square in the warm sunshine. Co-founded by Molham Krayem (MSB ’17) and Owais Bukhari (GRD ’15) during the spring, Melties has beenRead More

Q/A: Adam Paegle Talks Campus Recruiting

September 9, 2016 at 3:40 am 0 comments

Adam Paegle (COL ’13) only applied to one college out of high school, and he seems to have made the right call. After spending his undergraduate years at Georgetown University as a career informational specialist at the Cawley Career Education Center, Paegle has returned to the Hilltop as a recruitingRead More

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Georgetown MBA students visited New Orleans over Easter break to build houses that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

MBA Students Build Homes in New Orleans

April 15, 2016 at 2:24 am 0 comments

On March 23, more than a dozen Georgetown Masters of Business Administration students volunteered their time to build houses with Habitat for Humanity and the Audubon Institute in New Orleans, La. Tahira Taylor (GRD ’17), vice president of community and sustainability for the McDonough School of Business, organized and gatheredRead More