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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Meghan Hall | Georgetown University student bands and artists performed in Prospect Records and HOME’s Cosmic Bloom concert April 13 to raise money for low-income and unhoused individuals and families in Ward 2 of Washington, D.C.

Student Performers Raise Money For Ward 2 Mutual Fund in Outdoor Concert

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor April 19, 2024

Georgetown University student bands and artists performed in Prospect Records and HOME’s (Homelessness Outreach Meals and Education) Cosmic Bloom concert April 13 to raise money for low-income and unhoused...

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Hot Chelle Rae and Owl City Bring the GPB Spring Concert to Life

By Meghan Hall, Hoya Staff Writer April 3, 2024

Featuring an impressive lineup with openers Rosewater, a beloved student band, and Hot Chelle Rae and Owl City as the main acts, the Georgetown Program Board’s (GPB) Spring Concert bridged quality,...

Squeazy E dazzles the crowd with his accordion.

Squeazy E Plays a Squeeze Boxing Match at the Galactic Panther

By Amber Cherry, Deputy Guide Editor February 8, 2024

Last Saturday night in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, Va., the Galactic Panther art gallery held what the owners have dubbed a “(Squeeze) Boxing Match.” The eclectic space hosts events ranging...

Victoria’s Secrets: Maisie, You Are My Daisy

Victoria’s Secrets: Maisie, You Are My Daisy

By Victoria Freeman November 3, 2023

Despite what host Victoria Freeman (CAS ’26) said in the last episode, “Victoria’s Secrets” will expand its scope to reviewing live performances. In this week’s episode, Freeman reviews the...

Alec Benjamin Lets the Hilltop Down Slowly

Alec Benjamin Lets the Hilltop Down Slowly

By James Pocchia April 26, 2023

★★★★☆ I could hear a garble of voices rising from behind Reynolds Hall as I strolled through the Southwest Quad. When I rounded the corner, I saw lines of students spilling out in front of...

Mitski Struggles with Authenticity at The Anthem

Mitski Struggles with Authenticity at The Anthem

By Sanskriti Reddy April 6, 2022

★★★☆☆ Fresh off of claims of retirement and a few days late due to a crew member catching COVID-19, Mitski strolled out in front of a glowing white door at The Anthem to a crowd of young...

Rock Band Weathers Welcomes the DMV into the ‘Poser Family’ at Jammin Java

Rock Band Weathers Welcomes the DMV into the ‘Poser Family’ at Jammin Java

By Maddie Gaeta October 6, 2021

★★★★★ Los Angeles-based rock band Weathers is taking the alternative indie world by storm since they have kicked off their first nationwide tour.   The band officially formed in October...

Serena Isioma Shuts Down the Songbyrd With Lyricality, Messages About Self-Love

Serena Isioma Shuts Down the Songbyrd With Lyricality, Messages About Self-Love

By Haley Resnick September 22, 2021

★★★★☆ A coffee shop by day and a concert hall by night, Songbyrd Music House was overflowing with energy to see up-and-coming indie artist Serena Isioma this past Saturday, Sept. 18. Fans...

Cuban Orchestra Faces Travel Challenges on Annual GU Trip

Cuban Orchestra Faces Travel Challenges on Annual GU Trip

By Harrison McBride February 21, 2020

Members of Cuba’s Lyceum Mozartiano of Havana are completing a visit and cultural exchange program with the Georgetown University Orchestra after travel complications threatened the annual program.  As...

SLOW HOLLOWS/FACEBOOK | Slow Hollows brought their intimate, casual sound to a low-key performance at Songbyrd on Feb. 12. By playing songs from across their discography and relating to the crowd, Slow Hollows created an engaging performance few acts can match.

Slow Hollows Showcases Versatility, High Energy at Songbyrd

By Iyanah Langa February 20, 2020

Songbyrd Music House and Record Cafe welcomed Slow Hollows to their Byrd Cage on Feb. 12, where the Los Angeles-based indie rock band performed to a small but dedicated crowd. The band showcased its experimental...

ALLAN NAVARRO / THE HOYA | Pop rap group BROCKHAMPTON delivered energy and seamless chemistry at their Nov. 25 concert at The Anthem. The group struck the perfect balance between hard-hitting bars and more downtrodden and powerful melodies.

BROCKHAMPTON Shows Chemistry at The Anthem

By Allan Navarro December 5, 2019

Pop-rap group BROCKHAMPTON captivated The Anthem on Nov. 25 as part of their Heaven Belongs to You Tour and in promotion of their 2019 album “GINGER.” The group’s live performance struck an excellent...

@FRANKIECOMBOS/INSTAGRAM | Frankie Cosmos enthralled her audience at the Black Cat on Sept. 27, demonstrating sonic growth while still preserving her signature youthful sound.

Frankie Cosmos Finds the Joy in Sadness at Black Cat

By Kira Pomeranz October 2, 2019

The melodic and jumpy ballads of Frankie Cosmos excited the nearly sold-out Black Cat on Sept. 27, following the release of their newest album, “Close It Quietly,” which has been receiving critical...

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