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Hoya Sexa: Sex-Positive Week at Georgetown wraps up tomorrow

Sex-Positive week, which spans from last hump-day to this hump-day, finds itself coming to a close. The United Feminists’ annual week has two more events remaining. The controversial week has run into some issues with administration in the… Read More

Student groups host vigil against sexual assault in Red Square

How many Public Service Announcement reports about sexual assaults do you think you’ve gotten in your e-mail inbox over the last year? If you actually check your Hoyamail account, that answer probably ranges somewhere from “Too many,” to… Read More

Chained to the statue of Georgetown’s founder, members of Plan A Hoyas continue protests in front of prospective students

Get the flash player here: Updated 8:10 p.m.: After receiving a letter from Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson, the protesters unchained themselves from the statue. Plan A would not release the letter, but said they… Read More

Plan A Hoyas kick off Choice Week with likely the first all pro-choice panel funded by Georgetown

Speakers from organizations like the National Abortion Federation and Choice USA aren’t the kind of guests you’d expect to find at a Georgetown University-sponsored event—especially not if they’re the event’s main voices, and especially not if there isn’t… Read More

Georgetown’s SAC funds pro-choice panel hosted by “Plan A Hoyas”

In a close vote, members of Georgetown’s Student Activities Commission approved funding for what may be an unprecedented of event at Georgetown University, if it takes place—a University-funded panel of three speakers, all pro-choice, holding a discussion of… Read More

Catholic student groups respond to H*yas for Choice and United Feminists

H*yas for Choice and United Feminists’ announcement that they were undertaking a joint campaign to pressure Georgetown into changing its reproductive rights policies has upset or confounded a number of students. Now, members of several Catholic groups on… Read More

United Fems and H*yas for Choice form concerted campaign for reproductive rights at Georgetown

H*yas for Choice and United Feminists have partnered up in a new campaign that’s demanding substantial change in Georgetown’s reproductive rights policies. The latter being a University-recognized group, the new movement has the potential to endanger UF’s funding… Read More