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Howard University Students Stage Protest

Howard University Students Stage Protest

Students at Howard University in northwest Washington, D.C., occupied an on-campus administrative building for nine days in protest of the current president and vice president of the university, as well as university policies regarding student housing, financial aid and the arming of campus police, among other issues. The protests occurred[Read More…]

by April 12, 2018 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
ANNA KOVACEVICH/THE HOYA The flight paths have been revised based on the NextGen plan, which utilizes satellite-based navigation to increase fuel efficiency, save time and increase airplane capacity at airports.

Petition Against Flight Paths Dismissed

A petition to reduce aircraft noise in the Georgetown neighborhood resulting from recently altered flight paths at Ronald Reagan National Airport was dismissed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on March 27. Proposed by the D.C. Fair Skies Coalition, a group of neighborhood activists[Read More…]

by April 12, 2018 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Top Bulldogs at Home for 4th Big East Win

WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Hoyas Top Bulldogs at Home for 4th Big East Win

The Georgetown women’s lacrosse team continued its winning ways last weekend, securing its third victory in a row with another conference win against Butler at home.  Georgetown is now 4-1 in conference play, with its only Big East loss coming against Florida. On Saturday, the Blue and Gray came out[Read More…]

by April 11, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
ALLAN GICHOHI FOR THE HOYA
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MEN’S LACROSSE | GU Loses to No. 9 Loyola Maryland, Drops 4th Game of Season

After picking up its first Big East victory of the year over Providence at home last Saturday, the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team dropped a close non-conference battle to No. 9 Loyola Maryland at home Tuesday. The Hoyas have dropped four of their last five games, despite a 6-0 start to[Read More…]

by April 11, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
SHAKESPEARE THEATRE COMPANY

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s ‘Potted Potter’ Only Shines When Unscripted

Watching “Potted Potter” at Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Sidney Harman Hall is a bit like opening the yard-long scroll that serves as the show’s program: ridiculous, excessive and tangentially related to “Harry Potter.” Billed as “all seven ‘Harry Potter’ books in 70 minutes,” “Potted Potter” is surprisingly rife with non-Harry Potter[Read More…]

ANNIE GOTT FOR THE HOYA

Concert Review: Lorde at The Anthem

Despite surging in popularity since 2014, Lorde graced an intimate venue, The Anthem, for her return to Washington, D.C., on Sunday, April 8, creating an environment that blended familiarity and grandeur. The open floor of The Anthem meant that fans lined up hours before the show to get as close[Read More…]

ARKEMA, HUERTA & RICHARDS: Protect Workers, Stop Lobbying

Georgetown University’s employees should not have to choose between risking their jobs and caring for their sick family members. Yet, the Georgetown administration may be creating this impossible choice for many of its employees — and workers throughout D.C. — by lobbying for harmful, anti-worker changes to the Universal Paid[Read More…]

by April 11, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
Students for Justice in Palestine Host Annual Israel Apartheid Week

Students for Justice in Palestine Host Annual Israel Apartheid Week

Georgetown University’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine hosted its annual Israel Apartheid Week from April 2 to 6 to draw attention to the 70 years of Palestinian popular resistance against the continued “process of dispossession” and conflict in the Israel-Palestine region since the 1948 Israeli War of Independence.[Read More…]

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SPENCER COOK/THE HOYA D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced her initiative for PaveDC last Friday.

District Works to Repair City Roads

A long-term initiative to repair all Washington, D.C. city roads in poor condition by 2024 is underway, according to D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D), who announced her initiative for PaveDC last Friday. The plan consists of road rehabilitation and maintenance, alley repair and construction and sidewalk reconstruction across the city,[Read More…]

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NOMADIC THEATRE

Nomadic Theatre’s ‘She Kills Monsters’ Addresses Death and Mourning With Dungeons & Dragons

Dialogue around sexual orientation and grief, the 1990s and the fantasy world of Dungeons & Dragons are all incorporated in The Nomadic Theatre’s newest show “She Kills Monsters.” The show, written by Qui Nguyen, focuses on Agnes Evans, a young schoolteacher living in 1995 Athens, Ohio. At her college graduation,[Read More…]

by April 10, 2018 0 comments The Guide, Theatre