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Healthcare privacy: How secure is our data?

Amazon’s acquisition of One Medical—with its 790,000 total users—has sparked worry among Georgetown community members about medical data security.

Halftime Sports

Sportswashing: Money, morality, and the fine line between sports and politics

Content warning: This article contains reference to human rights abuses and violence. There is a war afoot in professional golf right now. The stakes? Golf Digest dubbed it an “ongoing... Read more

Voices

How the land of the free has become the land of the partisan

Of the many observations I’ve cultivated about America, one has been particularly surprising: everything is made into partisan politics.

Halftime Leisure

A League of Their Own (2022) celebrates stories of Black and queer folks in baseball

The year is 1943. With most men off at war, one question remains on every American’s mind: Who will play baseball? Enter the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), recruiting... Read more

Halftime Sports

Voice Sportz’ NFL 2022-23 season predictions

One of the most cherished traditions of Voice Sports is our annual Super Bowl prediction roundtable. This year, we’re taking things a step further and giving playoff predictions from some... Read more

News

SwitchTech lock system targets efficiency, falls short on privacy

Georgetown replaced the physical lock and key systems of several residences with Bluetooth-activated SwitchTech door locks to mixed success.

Features

Summer woes: Students push for housing security over breaks

Georgetown’s housing policies and at times dismal living conditions pose barriers for students during winter break and summer when university amenities are limited.

News

Georgetown, other Catholic schools tell Supreme Court that affirmative action is key to their religious mission

46 Catholic schools submitted an amicus curiae brief in support of educational affirmative action, arguing diversity promotes Catholic values.

DC News

D.C. continues administering vaccines as monkeypox declines

The District's monkeypox cases have declined 20 percent on average since its per-capita high in July, partly due to high vaccination rates.

News

H*yas For Choice drafts “No Donation Pledge” to Georgetown following overturn of reproductive rights

HFC drafted a “No Donation Pledge” calling for contraception access, pro-choice funding, and an end to the Cardinal O'Connor Conference.

Sports

Boo-Yah! Forward Boo Jackson leads the Hoyas to Victory in her First Game Back from Injury

After drawing at University of Maryland (1-0-4) last week, the No. 17/13 Georgetown Hoyas (2-1-3) returned home to take on the Columbia Lions (1-1-1) on Saturday. Right from kickoff, the... Read more

Editorials

Dear Hoyas,

If the last school year was a year of relearning how to do college, this is the year of challenging it.

Sports

Young Hoyas aiming high amid even higher expectations for soccer season

Men’s Preview: Atop the 2022 NCAA Men’s Soccer preseason rankings was the Clemson Tigers, last season’s national champions. Right behind them at number two? The Georgetown Hoyas.  For some programs,... Read more

Sports

Unicorn Town: Alumni’s new documentary showcases American football abroad

When most students think about what “going pro” looks like for college football players, the first thing that comes to mind is the NFL. On ESPN documentaries and featurettes during... Read more

Voices

Georgetown must make pre-os more accessible for marginalized students

We must restructure pre-os to focus on prioritizing the recruitment and admission of students of underrepresented communities at Georgetown

News

Back To Its Former Glory: Epi added to meal plan, expands hours

Recent changes to Epicurean and Company's schedule and payment options may bring even more students to its doors than its historic lore.

Leisure

Beyoncé, rebirthed: What Renaissance means for her legacy and more

But it’s on Renaissance where Beyoncé proves there’s no need to top herself—she instead transforms the musical geography altogether.

News

American University faculty and staff reach contract agreement after weeklong strike

Unionized AU faculty and staff have been on strike, protesting insufficient wages during contract negotiations that resolved Aug. 26.

Leisure

House music is back, with credit to its roots

From hip-hop to hyperpop, music’s biggest names are playing with house music, a genre born in the gay clubs of Chicago and New York.

Halftime Leisure

Twelve Glee songs that are better than the original (and counting)

Glee, for all its many flaws, boasts one of the most extensive musical catalogs in television history. Since its debut in 2009, Glee quickly built a reputation for doing it... Read more

Voices

Center intersectionality in the pro-choice movement

Failure to emphasize intersectionality weakens the pro-choice movement by leaving marginalized communities feeling overshadowed and discouraged.

Features

What the narratives around gun violence in D.C. get wrong

Contrary to popular and often racist narratives, gun violence in D.C. is not an unsolvable and pervasive problem, but one in which solutions are possible.

News

Student Transportation Woes: When public transit is not so public

Given the lack of a local Metrorail stop and slow public transportation, getting off campus without a car can be daunting for Hoyas.

Halftime Sports

Class is in Session: A No-Hitter from the Best Collegiate Summer Baseball League in America

The Mid-Cape Highway is the main road on Cape Cod. The long four-lane freeway, turning sharply and often on the map, runs from the Sagamore Bridge to Provincetown—over sandy beaches... Read more

Leisure

Austin Butler resurrects The King in Elvis, imbuing his career with a newfound twenty-first century relevance

So what more is there to discover about the music industry star so influential that he was dubbed “The King?”