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Despite End of Shutdown, Effects Persist for Museums

Despite End of Shutdown, Effects Persist for Museums

For most of January, one of the single most significant sources of knowledge in the world was sealed behind “sorry, we’re closed” signs. The largest museum and research complex in the world, the Smithsonian Institution, closed Jan. 2 as a result of the government shutdown that began Dec. 22 after[Read More…]

GU HOYAS | Graduate student forward Trey Mourning posterizes a Villanova defender. Mourning finished with five points in eight minutes in win over the Wildcats on Feb. 20.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Upend Providence After Tough Loss at Villanova

Sitting at third in the Big East conference, the Georgetown men’s basketball team fought hard in two crucial tests, splitting two road contests against the No. 14 Villanova Wildcats on Sunday and the Providence Friars on Wednesday. The Hoyas (15-8, 5-5 Big East) gave the defending national champion Wildcats (19-4,[Read More…]

by February 7, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Bounce Back With 2 Wins in Conference Play

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Bounce Back With 2 Wins in Conference Play

After consecutive losses on the road to St. John’s and Seton Hall last week, the Georgetown women’s basketball team returned to McDonough Arena last weekend for back-to-back games of conference play. On Friday, led by an outstanding performance from graduate student guard Dorothy Adomako, the Blue and Gray defeated the[Read More…]

by February 6, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top
JULIA ALVEY/THE HOYA The Office of Facilities and Management planning per the request of the student workers' petition, placed a new heater in the RHO.

New South RHO Workers Petition University to Fix Heating

Following several months of heating concerns in the New South Residence Hall Office, several RHO student workers filed a petition to the Office of Residential Living urging it to address these concerns and work with the Office of Planning and Facilities Management to develop potential solutions for the heating issue.[Read More…]

by February 6, 2019 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Exorcists Steps Designated as Historic Landmark

Exorcists Steps Designated as Historic Landmark

The Georgetown Exorcist Steps became recognized as a historic landmark after the Washington, D.C., Historic Preservation Review Board approved their application Jan. 24. The Prospect Street Citizens Association, a local group that advocates for the neighborhood, filed the application Sept. 25 of last year, citing the historical significance of D.C.’s[Read More…]

by February 5, 2019 1 comment City News, News, News - Top
MEN’S LACROSSE | GU Looks to Build on Last Season’s Success

MEN’S LACROSSE | GU Looks to Build on Last Season’s Success

Last season, the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team pulled off a dramatic turnaround. After a disappointing 2017 season in which the Hoyas finished 4-10 and last in the Big East conference, the team put together a 12-5 season in 2018, including a Big East championship and an NCAA tournament berth. This[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top
MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Win Pivotal Game Against Rival St. Johns at the Garden

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Hoyas Win Pivotal Game Against Rival St. Johns at the Garden

In a much needed conference win, the Georgetown men’s basketball team defeated longtime rival St. John’s 89-78 on Jan. 27. Freshman guard Mac McClung led the Hoyas with his Big East career-high 25 points to avenge a loss against the Red Storm earlier this season. Learning from earlier season struggles[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top
MEN’S TENNIS | Georgetown’s Early Season Struggles Continue

MEN’S TENNIS | Georgetown’s Early Season Struggles Continue

After dropping its first match of the year to Virginia Commonwealth University, the Georgetown men’s tennis team continued its rough start to the season with losses against Marquette and DePaul. Georgetown (0-3, 0-2 Big East) opened its first of back-to-back Big East road matches against the Marquette Golden Eagles (2-1,[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top
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
ALLISON HERR FOR THE HOYA | While current Hoyas have known only Lauinger Library as the main library on the Hilltop’s campus, two other buildings preceded Lau, which was completed in 1970.

Lauinger Library Offers More Than Meets the Eye

The Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library, universally known as Lau to Georgetown students, provides individual and group study spaces on every floor and stacks of books needed to crank out a 15-page research paper. All day and all night, Lau is bustling with student activity on every level. While most[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 3 comments Guide - Top, The Guide