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TENNIS | Men and Women Suffer Two Tough Losses

TENNIS | Men and Women Suffer Two Tough Losses

The men’s team got off to a slow start against a formidable opponent in the Midshipmen (21-13, 1-0 Patriot League), who entered the match with a strong record of 20-12. The Hoyas (3-10, 1-2 Big East) lost the doubles point and went on to lose the first two matches of[Read More…]

by March 30, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
MARGARET FOUBERG FOR THE HOYA

Photos of the Week: March 15

  The photos of the week for March 15 include: Makena Onjerika reading her work “Fanta Blackcurrant,” which won the Caine Prize for African Writing; former U.S. national security adviser Stephen Hadley in conversation with Charles Kupchan and Ambassador Susan Rice; a Georgetown women’s tennis player getting ready for a[Read More…]

by March 16, 2019 0 comments Photography, Uncategorized
The original Lego movie charmed audiences in 2014 with an unpredictable and heartwarming plot. “The Lego Movie 2: The Sequel” mostly lives up to the standard the first set, featuring a catchy soundtrack, jokes that land for audiences young and old, and lots of plot twists. This second installment in the franchise is a must-see for Lego fans.

Everything Remains Awesome With ‘The Lego Movie 2′

“The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” may not be as innovative in style as its 2014 predecessor but still captivates its audience in its own right thanks to its script, music and animation. The original “Lego Movie” managed to draw audiences in with its original format, using an animation[Read More…]

by February 20, 2019 0 comments Guide - Top, Movies, The Guide, Uncategorized
KIRK ZIESER/THE HOYA

Photos of the Week: Feb. 15

  The photos for the week of Feb. 15 include President Iván Duque Márquez of the Republic of Colombia mingling with the crowd during his visit to Georgetown on Thursday; the window sign of Bridge Street Books, a Washington, D.C. bookstore located on Pennsylvania Avenue; a Georgetown women’s tennis player[Read More…]

by February 18, 2019 0 comments Photography, Uncategorized
GILLIGAN | The Changed Big Man in the NBA

GILLIGAN | The Changed Big Man in the NBA

Basketball has gone through various changes over the years. The game that was played as recently as 20 years ago is already far different from today’s style. One of the main changes that has been made can be seen in the center position. The center position has been historically characterized[Read More…]

by February 14, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
MASON MANDELL/THE HOYA The Georgetown University Student Association voted 20-4 to hold a referendum on adding a $27.20 semesterly fee to students tuition that would go towards a fund to benefit descendants of the the 272 enslaved individuals sold in 1838 to pay off the university's debts.

GUSA Approves Referendum on Reconciliation Fee for Descendants of GU272

Students are set to vote on the creation of a semesterly fee that would go toward a fund to benefit descendants of the GU272 this April after the Georgetown University Student Association senate approved the proposed referendum Sunday evening. The $27.20 reconciliation fee would be added to students’ tuition to[Read More…]

WOMEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Split First Two Conference Matches

WOMEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Split First Two Conference Matches

Opening what many anticipate to be a Big East schedule slated with matches expected to go down to the wire, Georgetown defeated the Butler Bulldogs in the league opener 5-2 on Friday afternoon, before falling to the DePaul Blue Demons in Chicago by a final score of 4-3 Saturday. The[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
Amy Li/The Hoya

Photos of the Week: Jan. 25

The photos of the week for Jan. 25 include the inside of the GU Politics office; three Georgetown University women’s basketball players anxiously watching their teammates from the sideline; a close-up of a light fixture inside Riggs Library; a still shot of Speech and Debate, a coproduction by Mask &[Read More…]

by January 30, 2019 0 comments Photography, Uncategorized
HAMPERS | Soccer in US Market Shows Encouraging Signs

HAMPERS | Soccer in US Market Shows Encouraging Signs

Despite being the most popular sport across the globe, soccer has seldom enjoyed popularity in the United States. The fall of 2017 brought a potent reminder of the United States’ lag in soccer relative to the rest of the world when the men’s national team failed to qualify for the[Read More…]

by January 25, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
Adjunct Professor’s Qualifications Questioned by Colleagues

Adjunct Professor’s Qualifications Questioned by Colleagues

Molly McKew, a recently hired adjunct professor teaching a course on Russian disinformation campaigns for the School of Foreign Service, has faced criticism from colleagues and news outlets for her former status as a foreign lobbyist. McKew, who holds a masters degree in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies and has served[Read More…]