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RIOS: When I Was You

RIOS: When I Was You

To all of the new transfer students: Two years ago, I was you. Georgetown University was new, but being at college was old. Saying goodbye to my parents was not weird the second time, and I knew not to bring so much unnecessary stuff to school with me. Still, I[Read More…]

by September 10, 2017 1 comment Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top
ILNITZKI: Bracing Yourself for the Jump

ILNITZKI: Bracing Yourself for the Jump

In conjunction with the Senior Class Committee, The Hoya is pleased to present the Senior Compass Series, a platform for seniors from the Class of 2017 to reflect on their experiences at Georgetown University and detail their aspirations for life post-graduation. CLICK HERE TO READ STORY

by April 26, 2017 1 comment Opinion, Opinion - Top

Men’s Basketball | White to Transfer Out of Program

After missing all but seven of the 33 games in the 2015-16 basketball season, junior forward Paul White will transfer, per a press release Thursday. In those seven games, White averaged just 9.6 minutes per game and 1.6 points per game. The 6-foot-8 forward was an integral part of the[Read More…]

by August 18, 2016 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
It’s My Truth

It’s My Truth

When I wrote “What Would You Do for Your Dream School?” (The Hoya, April 5th 2015, A3), I had no idea that I would be writing a love letter to my future self. The idea of a dream school is something I’ve struggled with for at least half of my life. Well,[Read More…]

by July 8, 2015 9 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top

Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Charles Deacon said the record-low early action acceptance rate could signify a national increase in attention toward Washington, D.C.

Admission Yield Steady At 47.6%

The university’s undergraduate admissions yield for the Class of 2019 stands at 47.6 percent, an approximate 1.6 percent increase from last year’s rate, as of May 1. Before moving to the wait list, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions received 1,525 acceptances of admissions offers, the exact same number as last[Read More…]

by May 15, 2015 4 comments City News, News, News - Top

The End of a Year and the Search for a Home

Well folks, here we are. It’s the end of the semester, the end of the year, and for some graduating next month, the end of an era of education as they are off to the real world. Copley Lawn is finally green again, the late-budding cherry blossoms on campus have[Read More…]

by April 19, 2015 0 comments Chatter, Opinion, Opinion - Top

When You Get Into College (Again)

“It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the Committee on Admissions has voted to accept your application for transfer admission to Georgetown University.” Admittedly, this was a sentence I never thought I’d hear. After nearly three years, two applications, six essays, four letters of recommendation, two interviews, three[Read More…]

by February 26, 2015 1 comment Opinion, Opinion - Top

Transfer of Power

Each year Georgetown welcomes a diverse and accomplished group of transfer students who inject new ideas and energy into campus life. The transfer population at Georgetown is a valuable community, providing the unique perspective that accompanies already having a year or more at a different college under one’s belt. Having[Read More…]

by February 9, 2015 0 comments Editorial, Opinion, Opinion - Top
In December, Louisville power forward Akoy Agau announced his transfer to Georgetown. Agau averaged 0.9 points and 1.1 rebounds for the Cardinals during his freshman year, in which he averaged five minutes per game.

Men’s Basketball | Agau Transfer to Boost 2016 Defense

The Georgetown men’s basketball team received a boost on Wednesday when former Louisville sophomore and power forward Akoy Agau announced that he would be transferring to the Hilltop. Even in the midst of a hectic conference schedule, Head Coach John Thompson III took time to turn his attention to the[Read More…]

by January 13, 2015 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top

A Transfer’s Take on a Tradition-Heavy School

In my first days at Georgetown, after spending my first two years of college at Tulane University, I felt handicapped and out of place. The fact that I was uprooted not by any major event but by my own choice made these feelings only more intense and troubling. While these[Read More…]

by November 4, 2014 0 comments Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top