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Hoyas Defeat Samford for 5th Consecutive Win (photos)

Center Omer Yurtseven scored a career-high 32 points to lead the Georgetown men's basketball team (9-3, Big East) to a 99-71 win on Dec. 21.

Hoyas Overcome Adversity to Defeat Syracuse (photos)

For the Hoyas, the 89-79 win over Syracuse follows victories over previously undefeated Oklahoma State and SMU on the road.

Four Seasons Hosts 3rd Annual ‘Light Up The Season’

The annual community fundraising event benefiting Children’s National Hospital will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Four Seasons Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Georgetown.

Inside the First Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearing (photos)

On Nov. 13, two diplomats painted a damaging picture of a president willing to sacrifice America's interests for his own by pressuring a foreign power to help him win reelection.

Defense to the Rescue: Hoyas Defeat Lafayette, 14-10 (photos)

The Georgetown University victory, on Oct. 19 at Cooper Field, was a needed win after last week's stunning loss to Fordham in the final seconds.

Fordham’s Late Heroics Spoil Hoyas Homecoming (photos)

The tight game had a bit of everything, including three blocked kicks and a rare Georgetown two-point runback of a botched Fordham extra point. The loss broke a four-game Hoyas winning streak.

Demonstrators Gather for LGBT Workplace Rights at Supreme Court (photos)

On Tuesday, October 8, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in three cases dealing with workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. The landmark Title...

Running Legend Jim Ryun Kicks Off 5th Annual Navy Mile in DC (photos)

Former world's top middle distance runner Jim Ryun helped kick off the 5th Annual Navy Mile along Pennsylvania Ave, NW in Washington D.C. on...

Always on Deadline: For The Georgetowner, the Future Is Now

As The Georgetowner celebrates its 65th birthday, we look to our past, present and future ...

D.C. Festival Showcases Turkish Culture, Cuisine (photos)

This year’s theme was "Antioch: Mosaic of Cultures, Land of Tolerance." The city of Antakya, known as Antioch in ancient times, has long been a place where Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities have peacefully coexisted.