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THE HUNGRY HOYA | It’s Dinner Time; Leave the Planning to Me

THE HUNGRY HOYA | It’s Dinner Time; Leave the Planning to Me

By Audrey Biles March 1, 2023

Eating is just one of those things that is more enjoyable in a group. A table for six can justify more dishes than a table for two; when the person to your right is boring, you can talk to the person...

VIEWPOINT: Dining With the Jesuits

By Alexandre Kleitman and Victor Gamas January 20, 2019

To many students they are friends; to others, spiritual mentors. Since Georgetown University’s founding, their intellectual and spiritual tradition has been intertwined with the institution’s mission...

Six Types of Relatives You’ll Meet at Thanksgiving: Hoya Edition

Six Types of Relatives You’ll Meet at Thanksgiving: Hoya Edition

By Jessica Lin and Jessica Lin November 20, 2017

As the holiday season draws near, Hoyas are gladly anticipating a break from their usual Leo’s meals—but at what cost? Here’s 4E’s rundown of the six types of relatives that we...

4Eats: Falafel Inc. Debrief

4Eats: Falafel Inc. Debrief

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice July 9, 2017

Quick Pita died and has risen again in a new and improved form. While no Georgetown establishment will ever truly take its place, Quick Pita's successor, Falafel Inc., sure does justice to our need for...

Dinner with 7 Strangers: A Recipe for Disaster?

Dinner with 7 “Strangers”: A Recipe for Disaster?

By Marina Smith and Marina Smith February 27, 2015

A new and mysterious program, Dinner with 7 Strangers, has taken the Hoya world by storm, and 4E has several questions: Who's in charge? What if I get stuck with a bunch of duds? Is this some type of...

Hump Day Chomp: Pho DC

Hump Day Chomp: Pho DC

By Sara Carioscia and Sara Carioscia February 11, 2015

If you’re one of the lucky few that are planning a Valentine’s Day Date, look no further than Pho DC in Chinatown. We stumbled upon this Vietnamese gem last weekend while looking for Rita’s Italian...

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A Day in Adams Morgan

By Jess Kelham-Hohler May 16, 2014

With the D.C. summer comes time to explore the District that’s hard to come by during the year. From drag brunches to vintage shopping, swing dancing to Peruvian food, Adams Morgan offers some of...

Brunch 2.0: The Revolution is Here

Brunch 2.0: The Revolution is Here

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein February 3, 2014

We talk and dream about brunch all the time on 4E, but today there is a new twist to the classic tale. Brinner, eating brunch at dinner (copyright: me), is now the hottest new option in Washington (once...

Guess Who’s Coming to This Epic Dinner

By Nicole Jarvis October 26, 2012

Recently, my dad was interviewed by our town newspaper because of his work on the board of the local YMCA. One of the questions he was asked was, “If you hosted a dinner party for eight, whom (living...

Cooking Up a State Dinner

By Masha Goncharova January 21, 2011

When I woke up on Wednesday morning, I could not have anticipated that that evening I would be standing alongside international media giants in the White House. The day marked the second of Chinese...

UNICEF Talks Global Development at Dinner

By Sarah Kaplan November 9, 2010

Members of the Georgetown community came together to learn about and engage one another on the topic of global development at the UNICEF conference on Friday night. This was the eighth year that the...

Schools to Offer Free Dinners

By Masha Goncharova October 22, 2010

D.C. Public Schools is embarking on a new effort to simultaneously reduce hunger and improve academic achievement. Ten thousand students enrolled in the District's public schools will now have the opportunity...

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