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CHRISTOVICH | Hunt Incident Leaves Fans, Executives and NFL Reflecting

CHRISTOVICH | Hunt Incident Leaves Fans, Executives and NFL Reflecting

Consider everything you will learn in four years of college. Think about the work you completed, the relentless studying — all you learned about the world and the people in it. Now consider what the NFL learned about violence against women in that same period: nothing. Four years ago, Baltimore[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Sports - Top
Travis Scott Brings ‘Astroworld’ to Capital One Arena

Travis Scott Brings ‘Astroworld’ to Capital One Arena

Rap superstar Travis Scott put on a show for the ages at Capital One Arena on Nov. 29, as part of his “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” tour. Arguably hip-hop’s most dynamic showman, Scott performed on a stage designed to emulate the now-defunct Houston theme park Six Flags Astroworld. The[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Concerts, Guide - Top, The Guide
SWIMMING AND DIVING | Carbone Records Qualifying Times for US Olympic Trials

SWIMMING AND DIVING | Carbone Records Qualifying Times for US Olympic Trials

Among many of the nation’s top swimmers, Drew Carbone, a sophomore on the Georgetown men’s swimming and diving team, recorded two qualifying times for the U.S. Olympic Trials this past weekend at the U.S. Winter National Championships. Georgetown sent four swimmers to nationals, which ran from Nov. 28 to Dec.[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
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‘An Inspector Calls’ Critiques Society’s Conscience

This article discusses suicide. Please refer to the end of the article for resources on campus. As the lights dimmed, bomb sirens roared and fog emerged in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Sidney Harman Hall on Nov. 26; the audience was transported to 1912 England. Coupling comedy with death and opulence[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Guide - Top, The Guide, Theatre
KIRK ZIESER/THE HOYA Several Facilities workers 
feel mistreated and bullied by their management, as two anonymous workers recount to The Hoya.

Facilities Workers Reveal Institutional Challenges

The smooth operations of Georgetown University’s maintenance rely on employees of the Office of Planning and Facilities Management to respond to work requests. Yet several of these workers feel overworked, underpaid and unprotected against mistreatment by their management team. Under a new trade-based work delegation, facilities workers have faced a[Read More…]

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AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA Georgetown University hosted the first of a series of feedback sessions to collect student input on how the university should formulate a response to proposed Title IX regulations. Students pushed back against the regulations and offered recommendations to university administrators at the Monday session.

Proposed Title IX Regulations Draw Student Backlash at 1st GU Feedback Session

Students criticized Georgetown University’s current response to sexual assault and the upcoming changes to Title IX regulations that could lessen the university’s legal obligation to combat assault during campus feedback sessions Monday and Thursday. The U.S. Department of Education is holding a 60-day public comment period after its Nov. 16[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
ANNE STONECIPHER/THE HOYA Georgetown University Student Association President Juan Martinez (SFS '20) and Vice President Kenna Chick (SFS '20) seek to increase transparency among GUSA, the university and the student body.

GUSA Executive to Prioritize Transparency, Advocacy

Transparency, student health and advocacy are key focuses of the Georgetown University Student Association executive, according to President Juan Martinez (SFS ’20) and Vice President Kenna Chick (SFS ’20). Martinez and Chick took office this fall after the resignations of former President Sahil Nair (SFS ’19), Vice President Naba Rahman[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
AMANDA VAN ORDEN/THE HOYA Al Castillo (SFS '22) has found spaces to represent himself at Georgetown.

Trans, Nonbinary Students Forge Spaces Despite Difficulties

For Al Castillo (SFS ’22), Georgetown felt like a chance to finally represent himself in his honest form. “When I was in high school, I presented myself as a girl — that was who I was,” said Castillo, who uses he/him pronouns. “Now, I was able to present myself as[Read More…]

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AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA From left to right: Ambassador Melanne Verveer, who co-moderated the event, women’s rights activist Masih Alinejad and author Azar Nafisi criticized the mandatory hijab policy in Iran at a Dec. 5 panel.

Iranian Women’s Rights Advocate Criticizes Mandatory Hijab Policy

Oppressive policies toward women in the Middle East must be combatted, scholars, leaders and activists said at a panel on women’s rights in Iran on Dec. 5. Iran currently ranks in the bottom third among 153 countries in a women’s well-being and empowerment index created by the Georgetown Institute for[Read More…]

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GU DANCE MARATHON HoyaTHON, Georgetown's first-year chapter of the Miracle Network Dance Marathon, raised $41,024 for Washington, D.C. Children's National Hospital.

HoyaTHON Breaks Fundraising Records After 1st Event

HoyaTHON, Georgetown’s chapter of the Miracle Network Dance Marathon that fundraises for Children’s National Health System, a hospital in Washington, D.C., became the largest first-year dance marathon in D.C. and set the record for day-of fundraising for all first-year programs at Children’s National. Student participants at HoyaTHON stood or danced[Read More…]

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