Sydney Carroll

Sydney is a freshman in the college and a news assistant editor. Likes sushi, boygenius/Olivia Rodrigo/Noah Kahan/Taylor Swift, her 3 dogs, cat, and guinea pig, public transportation and Tennessee sunsets. Dislikes math, whichever team is playing the Buffalo Bills this week, the patriarchy, almost every politician who represents her, and mustard.


Students hold ‘Day of Solidarity’ for Gaza

Students from across Georgetown joined together on Jan. 26 for a ‘Day of Solidarity’ with Gaza and the West Bank.


‘Bigger Than Roe’: 2024 D.C. Women’s March promotes hope in a post-Dobbs America

Pro-choice and anti-abortion protesters clashed at the annual Women’s March held at Freedom Plaza on Saturday, Jan. 20. Despite below-freezing temperatures, hundreds of demonstrators showed up in support of abortion rights.


The Rats Don’t Run This City, But Neither Do We

While Georgetown University may have just introduced its new, living, Jack the Bulldog, the Hilltop’s unofficial mascot also remains alive and well. Maybe it’s time we abandon our Hoya moniker... Read more


2023 Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards celebrate trailblazers in journalism and peacebuilding

The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (GIWPS) hosted the 2023 Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards ceremony on Oct. 5 in Gaston Hall, honoring four women from across the globe... Read more


Meet Your New Mr. Georgetown, Kevin Ogeka

After months of preparation, four hours of fierce competition, and one Mario-Kart race, Mr. Georgetown 2023 was crowned on Friday, Sept. 29. This year’s champion? Mr. Pep Band, Kevin Ogeka... Read more