The 95th Anniversary Issue

The 95th Anniversary Issue

The 95th Anniversary Issue

  “Blushing as coyly as any schoolgirl, and with the excited fears and hopes of a debutante … we lay this first edition of The Hoya at the feet of the student body, and retreat to a safe distance to observe the effects.” Joseph R. Mickler Jr. (C ’20) The[Read More…]

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Athletics

Athletics

In its earliest days, The Hoya mainly covered sports. Ninety-five years later, Georgetown’s teams are still central to the newspaper. From the Hoyas on the field in the 1940s to the Hoyas on the court in the 1980s, here is some of The Hoya’s most memorable athletic coverage.    [Read More…]

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Hoya History

Hoya History

In its mission to cover Georgetown’s news of the day, The Hoya has in fact covered some of the 20th and 21st centuries’ most enduring news. Below is a collection of some of The Hoya’s most memorable moments, which have resonated beyond Georgetown.     Have a reaction to this article?[Read More…]

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Commentary

Commentary

Throughout The Hoya’s 95 years, Hoya staffers and guest writers have offered advice, shared reflections and commented on issues of the day. Some of these pieces, like a 1941 editorial on breaking the bubble, below, are particularly timeless. Many were written by alumni who have gone on to prominent careers,[Read More…]

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Hilltop Headlines

Hilltop Headlines

The Hoya’s coverage has always centered around the Hilltop — though the perspectives from which it writes its headlines may have changed (see right). Here are a collection of some of the stories and images that are distinctly Georgetown.   Have a reaction to this article? Write a letter to[Read More…]

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