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Junior defender Meaghan Nally in action versus Butler; Nally has six points this season, seventh on the team.
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WOMEN’S SOCCER | Hoyas Advance to Big East Tournament Final

On Oct. 25, the No. 4 Georgetown women’s soccer team battled Xavier to an overtime draw in its final match of the regular season before dominating Xavier 3-1 in the semifinal of the Big East tournament on Nov. 1. After 90 minutes of scoreless play in the first matchup between[Read More…]

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Led by coxswain Ryan Zuccala, two men's boats finished in the top 10 of the lightweight 4+ race.
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CREW | Teams Finish Top Five in Lightweight Races at Princeton

The men’s and women’s crew teams were back in action this weekend, competing in their penultimate regattas of the fall season. The women’s team headed to Philadelphia, Pa., for the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta on Saturday, while the men’s team raced at the Princeton 3-Mile Chase on Sunday. The[Read More…]

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CHRISTOVICH | Sports Figures Must Advocate for Social Change

CHRISTOVICH | Sports Figures Must Advocate for Social Change

Focusing on sports this week was difficult. Joking about the World Series and all 18 innings of a Game 3 that extended well into the middle of the night was hard. Revelling in the New Orleans Saints’ triumph in their first game against the Minnesota Vikings since last season’s heartbreaking[Read More…]

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Students Shed Light on Campus Political Discourse

Students Shed Light on Campus Political Discourse

Hailing from Brownsville, Texas, Gilbert Saldaña’s (COL ’19) political views transformed upon his arrival at Georgetown University, a diverse community compared to his hometown. “I came from a very homogenous community where it was 90 percent Hispanic,” Saldaña said. “Before I came to college, personally I considered myself fiscally conservative[Read More…]

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Ministry Fundraising Email Draws Student, Alum Criticism

Ministry Fundraising Email Draws Student, Alum Criticism

An Office of Mission and Ministry fundraising email sent Oct. 25 that linked the importance of financial donations to Georgetown University with the Catholic Church’s ongoing sexual abuse crisis has come under criticism from alumni and students. The Office of Mission and Ministry’s email blended the office’s intentions of communicating[Read More…]

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Clubs Respond to Criticisms of Selectivity

Clubs Respond to Criticisms of Selectivity

Every Hoya could most likely recite some version of the following: Without the traditional social structure of recognized Greek life, clubs become the hub for your social life. Yet Georgetown’s club culture is a double-edged sword. Fueled by a desire to meet the right people and find lifelong friends, students[Read More…]

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ASHLEY CHEN FOR THE HOYA Hate-based crimes, criminal offenses committed against victims because of their identity, increased by 275 percent at Georgetown, according to the university's Annual Security Report. Fifteen hate crimes were reported on campus in 2017, an increase from four in 2016.

Hate Crimes Surge at Georgetown in 2017

Hate crimes increased by 275 percent on Georgetown University’s campus, according to the university’s 2018 Annual Security Report. U.S. Department of Education’s Clery Act defines a hate crime as “a criminal offense that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrator’s bias against the victim.” The[Read More…]

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2017 First Destination Report: Consulting, Finance Top Industries

2017 First Destination Report: Consulting, Finance Top Industries

Seventy-three percent of graduates of the class of 2017 are employed part-time or full-time and 16 percent are enrolled or plan to enroll in graduate school, according to the first destination report for the class of 2017. The survey received responses from 66.2 percent of the class of 2017, a[Read More…]

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FILE PHOTO: RICHARD SCHOFIELD/THE HOYA Georgetown's Annual Security Report found that drug-related offenses tripled between 2016 and 2017. The university attributes the increase in drug deferrals to the decriminalization of marijuana in D.C.

Drug Referrals Triple at Georgetown, Stagnate at Local Universities

The Georgetown University Police Department referred 84 drug-related offenses for disciplinary proceedings in 2017, an increase of 180 percent, from 30 cases in 2016, according to this year’s Annual Security Report released Sept. 28. Georgetown, along with other colleges and universities who participate in federal financial aid programs, is required[Read More…]

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JULIA ALVEY FOR THE HOYA Over 90 families at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts have disproved false accusations of enrollment fraud after an investigation conducted by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education accused 164 Ellington students of skirting residency requirements in May.

Ellington Families Disprove Enrollment Fraud Accusations

More than 90 students at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts have been cleared of enrollment fraud, Ellington CEO Tia Powell Harris said in an interview with The Washington Post. An investigation launched in May by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education accused 164 Ellington students of attending[Read More…]

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