Georgetown Alumna Hannah Schneider Wins Rhodes ScholarshipGeorgetown University alumna Hanna Schneider has won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University, where she will study music and composition.
Radford Shocks Georgetown 82-80 in Double OTRashun Davis drained a 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds left in the second overtime and finished with a career-high 28 points, and Radford upset Georgetown 82-80 on Saturday in the season opener.
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John Thompson III on Rekindled Terps-Hoyas Rivalry: 'Let's Get it Started'It has been seven years since the Terps and Hoyas squared off on the basketball court, and even longer since it's been done in the D.C.-area.
Georgetown University Football Player Seriously InjuredA Georgetown University football player is recovering after sustaining a serious neck injury during the team's opening game against Saint Francis University Saturday.
Georgetown Track Coach Resigns Following InvestigationsGeorgetown announced the resignation of the director of its track and field and cross country programs following investigations of reports of hazing and sexual misconduct.
U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Virginia Death SentenceA federal appeals court has rejected a Virginia death row inmate's claim that he can't be executed because he is intellectually disabled.
Georgetown Alum Gives $10M to Create Center on Real EstateA Georgetown University alumnus is donating $10 million to the school to launch a new center focused on global real estate.
Georgetown Organizes 'Swap' To Rid Campus of Gear From Other SchoolsWhat the heck are Hoyas doing walking around campus in Villanova and Syracuse gear?
President Obama Releases His NCAA BracketPresident Barack Obama's bracket has Kentucky going all the way in the NCAA tournament, beating Villanova in the championship game.
Hoyas' Senior Scores After Heart Condition Ended CareerTyler Adams's return to the court lasted 15 seconds. That's more than the Georgetown center expected after a heart ailment stopped his basketball career more than three years ago.
Homeless D.C. Valedictorian Working on Scholarship FoundationIt’s been a few months since we were introduced to Rashema Melson, the teenager from Southeast, D.C. who graduated from Anacostia High School as valedictorian and got a full-ride scholarship to Georgetown University, all despite being homeless for the past five years.