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With test centers shutting down due to the pandemic, most colleges and universities across the country, including Georgetown, instated test-optional policies beginning in the Fall 2020 admissions cycle. While many of these institutions have maintained these policies, Georgetown has since returned to requiring prospective students to submit their SAT or ACT scores as part of their application. However, this move is contrary to many of the Jesuit values that Georgetown claims to uphold, and the university should revert back to a test-optional admissions policy.
This week, Caroline and Dylan are joined by Graceann Bennett and Kelsey Ransom of Georgetown Women’s Basketball! Graceann is a forward hailing from New York while Kelsey is a guard... Read more
I have been waiting for a proper Georgetown vs. George Washington (GW) showdown since my freshman year. The tension is impossible to ignore—whether bar-hopping in Foggy Bottom or shopping on... Read more
Content warning: this article discusses systemic violence and antisemitism. Students, faculty, and religious leaders came together in a sea of white and blue flags on the evening of Oct. 11... Read more
Welcome back to Post Pitch. This week, podcast producer Jillian Seitz interviews our news writer Katie Doran about her recent article covering the new partnership between H*yas for Choice and... Read more
The World Series matchup is set: The Texas Rangers versus the Arizona Diamondbacks. Caroline and Dylan recap the magical run of the scrappy DBacks that continues onward and predict who... Read more
For the very first episode of Hilltop Hustle, Caroline and Dylan are joined by Peyton Wilhite of Georgetown Volleyball! From the beaches of San Diego to the courts of McDonough Arena, Peyton... Read more
Georgetown women’s soccer (10-1-7, 6-0-4 BIG EAST) defeated the Butler Bulldogs (5-7-6, 1-3-5 BIG EAST) 4-2 in a come-from-behind win on Sunday afternoon, snagging at least a share of the... Read more
In Hilltop Horror, Lucy Collins (CAS ‘26) and Elspeth Campbell (CAS ‘26) dive into the history, social context, and cultural impact of genre films from Alfred Hitchcock to Jordan Peele.... Read more
Fan or not, Saw X will make you absolutely squirm in your seats, especially if you can handle it in 4K.
No. 22 Georgetown women’s soccer (4-0-4, BIG EAST) drew the Providence Friars (3-0-4, BIG EAST) 1-1 at Shaw Field on Sunday afternoon thanks to an exhilarating late game equalizer from... Read more
Jaden Cobb (CAS ’25) and Sanaa Mehta (SFS ’25) have been elected as GUSA Executive president and vice president following a vote by the undergraduate student body. The election was... Read more
On Sept. 19, ESPN reporter Katie Barnes published their first book. Titled Fair Play, it’s the result of years of research and study into the past, present, and future of... Read more
McRae holds the audience’s hand as she muscles through multiple forms of heartbreak, ultimately coming out alive on the other side
Sure, Georgetown has done some truly meaningful work, at least in my experience. It was the first American university to appoint a full-time Muslim chaplain and establish a mosque complete with ablution stations and a halal kitchen, and the resources provided by Muslim Life heavily influenced my college decision. But at the end of the day, the attention Georgetown gives to these religious and ethnic minorities on social media is not reflective of the attention it gives them with policy and action. In reality, Georgetown has a tendency to act for these minority communities only in response to student mobilization.
Put simply, listening to Dogs feels like watching Drake go through a midlife crisis in real time.
Campus brims with queer joy during October or, as the LGBTQ Resource Center has called it for at least the past decade: OUTober. As part of National Coming Out Day... Read more
H*yas for Choice (HFC) has begun a partnership with Capital Women’s Care, a local OB/GYN office, to provide unprecedented aid in making birth control more affordable and accessible to Georgetown... Read more
Several times a week, hundreds of Georgetown students put down their textbooks, take off their backpacks, lace up their cleats, and step onto the field as student athletes. Varsity athletics... Read more