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Disaster Movies Sell Out a Serious Situation

By Victoria Edel September 12, 2013

Imagine this scene: There’s a large, booming explosion and glass shatters. The people scatter; confusion is rampant. What’s happening and who’s doing it are questions that won’t be answered for...

The 12 of 12

The 12 of ’12

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee January 11, 2013

[dmalbum path="/wp-content/uploads/dm-albums/12 of 12/"/] Welcome back to campus, my fellow Hoyas! It is the new year, which means Yates is going to be filled to the brim by the usual "exercise-more-regularly-as-my-new-year's-resolution"...

The Pop Culture Year in Review

By The Hoya Staff December 6, 2012

While some might still believe that this is the year of the apocalypse, we really hope that Honey Boo Boo won’t be the last cultural mark we leave behind if we’re ever discovered by extraterrestrials....

STIRRETT: Campaign Differences Come Into Focus

By Scott Stirrett September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney’s getting desperate. It’s only six weeks to Election Day, and President Obama’s lead in swing states is only increasing. An early sign that a campaign is going downhill is when the...

MILLER: Don’t Read Into the Narrative

By Hannah Miller September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney had better get his foot out of his mouth soon. The trend of off-color remarks — stretching back to what seemed to be racist comments during his summer visit to the Middle East and, most recently,...

MILLER: Foreign Policy Still a Question Mark

By Hannah Miller September 18, 2012

The events of this past week in Egypt and Libya have drawn a spotlight on a theme that has been noticeably missing in the 2012 presidential campaigns: foreign policy. Mitt Romney responded to the death...

Three Hoyas Advance in Olympic Trials

By Ashwin Wadekar June 27, 2012

Despite the rainy weather that threatened the runners at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., a trio of Hoyas — one current and two former — made it through the fourth day of the 2012 U.S. Olympic trials...

Commencement Speakers Announced

By Matthew Strauss May 5, 2012

This year’s commencement speakers will feature a wide range of famous names, including journalist and television producer David Simon and LivingSocial CEO Tim O’Shaughnessy, the university announced...

Fluke Named Woman of Distinction

By Kelly Church May 2, 2012

Sandra Fluke (LAW ’12) was named one of the 2012 Women of Distinction last week for her work in helping to promote equity for women and girls. The award, given by the American Association of University...

Burglaries Spike in First Month of 2012

By Carly Graf January 31, 2012

The Department of Public Safety reported 48 crimes this month, a 71 percent increase from the same period last year. While January 2012 saw fewer crimes than October 2011 and November 2011, the...

Resolutions: A New List for a New Year

By Courtney Mastrangelo January 19, 2012

As we ring in the new year, we drag a long list of resolutions with us: to leave Lau before DOPS checks your GOCard, to go to Yates everyday, to get straight A's, to finish your homework before 9 on...

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