D.C. will remain a distant spectator in 2024 Summer Olympics

Had you been hoping to watch the 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic games in Washington, D.C.? If so, that hope is one to put on hold as Boston, M.A. has received the U.S. Olympic Committee’s bid to host… Read More


D.C. one of four U.S. cities in consideration for 2024 Olympic Games

Last Friday afternoon, the U.S. Olympic Committee confirmed in a press release its four final candidates for a potential U.S. bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games: Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. This decision… Read More

You’ve Been a Bad, Bad Hoya: Sochi Edition

Jamaica may have a bobsled team, but its Caribbean neighbor Dominica fielded not one, but two cross-country ski competitors in the Sochi Olympic Games, which concluded a few short days ago. Dominica, a tiny island nation of around… Read More

This Week in the Voice: How Five Hoyas Journeyed to the Olympic Games

In this week’s feature, voices editor Steven Criss and sports editor Chris Almeida relay the impressive stories of five Hoya Olympians who have since competed in events from 1972 at the Munich games to 2012 in London. It’s no secret… Read More


Georgetown in the Olympics: Hoyas who are more athletic than Vox could ever hope to be

Over the years, Georgetown has sent quite a few athletes to go for the gold and represent the good ol’ USA in the Olympics. Here’s a brief look at a few of these Hoyas. Check out a more… Read More

District Digest: Living wage bill and D.C. Olympics

Mayor faces living wage bill Yesterday, D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson announced that he would present Mayor Vincent Gray, pictured at right, with a “living wage” bill that was approved earlier this summer. While the bill has faced many supporters and… Read More

Georgetown sailors named to U.S. Development Team

Charlie Buckingham and Leah Volk, two senior members of Georgetown’s sailing team, were invited to join the 2011 U.S. Sailing Development Team earlier this week. The 55-person team, which is supported by U.S. Sailing’s Olympic Committee, trains young… Read More

Who says the SFS is hunk-free?

Compiling another ‘top ten sexiest’ list for what must be an extremely hierarchically-minded readership, Cosmopolitan.com picked its favorite Olympic athletes. We can forgive them this one, though, because topping their list is our old friend Andrew Campbell (SFS… Read More

Hoya blogs, sails through Olympic sea gunk

If you’re looking for a reason to watch the Summer Olympics, here’s one: former Georgetown Sailing Team captain Andrew Campbell (SFS ’06) is on the US Olympic Sailing Team. “It’s really not going to hit me that I’ve… Read More