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GUTS Service To Run on Weekends for Remainder of Spring Semester

GUTS Service To Run on Weekends for Remainder of Spring Semester

By Evie Steele March 3, 2023

The Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) bus will reinstate its weekend service for the remainder of the Spring 2023 semester, according to an announcement by the Georgetown University...

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Victoria’s Secrets: Emissary Coffee

By Victoria Freeman March 3, 2023

In the first episode of Victoria’s Secrets, a new podcast series by Victoria Freeman (CAS ’26), Freeman gives a review of Emissary, a coffeehouse located in Dupont Circle. Tune in to hear Freeman’s...

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...

OFF THE HILLTOP | Exploring Dupont Circle’s Hidden Secrets

OFF THE HILLTOP | Exploring Dupont Circle’s Hidden Secrets

By Noah Portner February 22, 2023

Near campus and teeming with life, visiting Dupont Circle is an opportunity that students on the Hilltop can’t pass up. Buses constantly run to the neighborhood courtesy of the Georgetown University...

THE HUNGRY HOYA | Georgetown Farmers’ Market

THE HUNGRY HOYA | Georgetown Farmers’ Market

By Audrey Biles November 30, 2022

I’ll say it — Wednesdays are different now. With Nov. 16 being the last day of the Georgetown University Farmers Market (GUFM) this semester, we didn’t just lose a lunchtime social scene; we lost...

@STICKYFINGERSDC / INSTAGRAM | With food insecurity increasingly becoming a problem across the country and on campus, student groups like Hoya Hub aim to alleviate the problem by offering discreet solutions for students suffering from food insecurity.

Vegan Spots Across DC Offer Healthy, Imaginative Meals

By Helena Jensen February 27, 2020

For omnivores, deciding where to eat out with a vegan friend can be a long process of negotiation. Deciding where to eat is a great enough challenge for people with similar enough preferences. Add conflicting...

EXPLORING EATERIES: DuPont Circles Anju Reimagines Asian Fusion

EXPLORING EATERIES: DuPont Circle’s Anju Reimagines Asian Fusion

By Hal Rogers January 24, 2020

There is no better area to witness the melting pot of modern Washington, D.C., than Dupont Circle with its historic embassies and powerful think tanks alongside bubble tea shops and an underground arts...

EDITORIAL: Pilot Sunday GUTS Service

By Editorial Board April 26, 2019

When Georgetown University students have time on Sundays to explore Washington, D.C., the lack of Georgetown University Transportation Shuttles limits students’ ability to travel into the city. Students...

Beyond the Front Gates: Exploring Nearby Neighborhoods

Beyond the Front Gates: Exploring Nearby Neighborhoods

By Guide Editor November 17, 2018

Eclectic Food Culture Entices Diners Across the District Food served out of a truck. Bottomless mimosas before noon. Innovative ethnic cuisine. Kitchens bursting with creativity. These scenarios describe...

Dupont Circle: Knowledge, Art and Diplomacy Meet at the Districts Cultural Crossroads

Dupont Circle: Knowledge, Art and Diplomacy Meet at the District’s Cultural Crossroads

By Juliana Albuquerque and Faris Bseiso November 14, 2018

Located at the intersection between Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire avenues is one of the most famous traffic circles in Washington, D.C.: Dupont Circle. The grassy park in the center of the...

Bowser Addresses Citizens’ Rodent Concerns in Dupont Rat Walk

By Marina Pitofsky November 17, 2017

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) led a demonstration in Dupont Circle to address the concerns of Washington, D.C. residents surrounding the city’s growing rodent and vermin population Monday. The walk, which...

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The D.C. Council is considering a bill to create a new office to liaison between between the Office of the Mayor and nightlife businesses.

DC Council Considers Office to Oversee Nightlife

By Montana Boone November 2, 2017

A proposal to create a Washington, D.C. Office of Nightlife to liaison between the mayor’s office and late night businesses is currently under D.C. Council review Councilmember Brandon T. Todd (D-Ward...

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