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Signature Theatre’s Penelope is a poignant examination of unraveling

Penelope is a musical reimagining of mythical proportions.


Postseason success: Women’s basketball beats Washington in WBIT First Round

On March 21, Georgetown women’s basketball (23-11, 9-9 BIG EAST) beat the Washington Huskies (16-15, 6-12 Pac-12) 64-56 on Thursday night in the Women’s Basketball Invitational Tournament (WBIT). By winning,... Read more


Georgetown Law Zionists host IDF sniper for speaker event, drawing protests

Around 70 students and faculty gathered on March 21 to protest a speaker event sponsored by the Georgetown Law Zionists featuring Rudy Rochman, a member of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).


Resident Assistants announce unionization effort, request university recognition

The Georgetown Resident Assistant Coalition (GRAC) announced their intention to unionize under OPEIU Local 153 via a press release on March 22.


Amid rise of antisemitism, Jewish students seek community

As Israel’s invasion of Gaza remains ongoing and antisemitism continues to spike, students emphasized that the Jewish communities they’ve found on campus have become places of solace, mourning, and joy.

Halftime Sports

F1 recap: Verstappen domination continues, but off-track storylines steal the spotlight

The 2024 Formula 1 season kicked off in Bahrain on the weekend of Feb. 29 with the traditional schedule: Friday practice sessions, Saturday qualifying, and a race on Sunday. Despite... Read more

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Professional soccer is seeing a substantial youth movement. But should it?

Scoring a game-winning goal in a professional soccer game is something many young players dream of, but getting onto a stage that large and rising to the occasion is a... Read more


A reflection and analysis of the Hoyas’ BIG EAST Tournament run

This article has to start with a disclaimer: there are no moral victories in basketball. Or at least, there aren’t any included in the official count. The box score doesn’t... Read more


Your Utopia deftly interrogates what it means to be human

Chung creates methodical, setting-driven, surreal slices of life that force the reader to reconsider the world they’re living in.


A Visually Stunning Epic, Dune: Part Two is a Testament to the Power of Cinema

Denis Villenueve’s direction unflinchingly embraces the film’s subtlety and tenderness as much as the major action sequences.


Two decades in, Greensky Bluegrass is far from past its prime

It’s notoriously difficult for bluegrass bands to fill out big venues; but the rules don’t seem to apply to Greensky Bluegrass.

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Men’s March Madness Predictions: Sixteen teams to look out for

Sixteen teams to look out for in this year’s Men’s March Madness This year’s college basketball season is nearing its close, but between now and then lies the greatest tournament... Read more


Georgetown track and field has strong showing at indoor national championships

On March 7-9, the Georgetown University track and field team traveled to Boston to compete in the NCAA DI Indoor Track and Field National Championships. The Hoyas sent 8 individual... Read more


A bitter end: Providence kicks Georgetown from BIG EAST Tournament

Georgetown men’s basketball (9-23, 2-18 BIG EAST) fell to the Providence Friars (21-12, 10-10 BIG EAST) in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament on Wednesday at Madison Square... Read more


Two years into Russia’s invasion, students rally on Lincoln Memorial in support of Ukraine

Thousands rallied in continued support of Ukraine on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the afternoon of Feb. 24, which marks two years since Russia launched its invasion into... Read more


On Coach Tasha’s birthday, Hoyas make history, advance to BIG EAST Tournament finals

On March 10, the Georgetown women’s basketball team (22-10, 9-9 BIG EAST) beat the Creighton Bluejays (25-5, 15-3 BIG EAST) 55-46 in the semifinal round of the BIG EAST tournament.... Read more


Hoyas upset St. John’s, advance to BIG EAST Tournament semifinals

On Saturday, March 9, the Georgetown women’s basketball team (21-10, 9-9 BIG EAST) upset the St. John’s Red Storm (17-14, 11-7 BIG EAST) to advance to the BIG EAST Tournament... Read more


Last chance squandered: Three observations from men’s basketball’s loss to St. Johns

The Georgetown Hoyas (9-22, 2-18 BIG EAST) traveled up the coast to Madison Square Garden for some Saturday afternoon hoops against the St. John’s Red Storm (19-12, 11-9 BIG EAST)... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Voice predicts the 2024 Oscars

The Halftime Leisure staff predict the likely winners and declare who the most deserving should be of the 2024 Oscars.


Hoyas steamroll Xavier in first game of Big East Tournament

On Friday, March 8, the Georgetown women’s basketball (20-10, 9-9 BIG EAST) team beat the Xavier Musketeers (1-27, 0-18 BIG EAST) 60-42 in their first game of the BIG EAST... Read more


Lessons in Peace: Leymah Gbowee awarded honorary Georgetown degree

Distinguished faculty, professors, along with Georgetown undergraduate and graduate students gathered to award an honorary degree to Georgetown’s newest alumna, Leymah Gbowee in Gaston Hall on Feb. 13.   Gbowee spearheaded... Read more


Folger Theatre’s Reading Room Festival reimagines and celebrates Shakespeare’s works

At Folger Theatre's Reading Room Festival, each playwright revealed how Shakespeare’s work remains ever-salient.


A call for open discourse: Addressing free speech concerns at Georgetown

To address the vagueness of the Code of Conduct regarding disrespectful behavior, we must educate both faculty and students on the importance of engaging constructively with diverse perspectives.


Hyde sets career home run record in first game in new stadium, Hoyas sweep FDU

The GUTS-to-Metro connection has long been the gateway into the city for adventurous Hoyas. With no Metro stop near campus, thousands and thousands of students over the years have relied... Read more


“Horrific:” Hoyas’ lethargic defense squanders winnable Xavier matchup

Ed Cooley’s Georgetown Hoyas (9-20, 2-16 BIG EAST) crashed and burned in the second half against the visiting Xavier Musketeers (15-14, 9-9 BIG EAST) on Saturday night, giving up a... Read more