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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

OWSIANY: Study Abroad’s Real Cost

OWSIANY: Study Abroad’s Real Cost

By Laura Owsiany September 25, 2015

In the spring semester of 2015, I studied abroad in London, one of the most expensive cities in the world, for five months. I frequently found myself feeling caught between the cost of doing something...

Trendy Dishes Exceed Hopes

By Allison Hillsbery February 20, 2015

★★★★☆ $$$ Located several blocks down M Street is Unum, a small, trendy restaurant that specializes in contemporary American cuisine. The establishment is owned by Executive Chef Phillip...


French Restaurant La Chaumiere serves high quality, delicious cuisine that comes at a steep price but is well worth the expense..

Quality French Cuisine is Well Worth the Expense

By Sarah Hour October 24, 2014

★★★★★ $$$$ Last weekend was Parents’ Weekend, which really only meant one thing: Hoyas were out and about dining on their parents’ dime. Instead of grabbing a hot chick at Wisey’s,...

Serendipity 3 and the $1,000 Sundae Exit Georgetown

Serendipity 3 and the $1,000 Sundae Exit Georgetown

By Ian Tice and Ian Tice June 5, 2014

Georgetown's Serendipity 3, the D.C. location of the famous New York restaurant, closed unexpectedly Tuesday, Washington City Paper reports. The restaurant, located at the intersection M St. and Wisconsin...


Woodward Table offers an extensive menu with savory and sweet options to satisfy everyone’s personal preferences. The s’mores cheesecake is a delicious indoor take on the classic campfire favorite.

High Profile District Restaurant Satisfies at a Price

By Julia McCrimlisk April 11, 2014

★★★☆☆ $$$$ There is a reason Woodward Table has made an appearance on several listings of the top 100 restaurants in D.C. The restaurant, situated in the heart of the District just a few...

Leo’s Weekend Slump Weighs Students Down Physically and Financially

By Michael Berardo January 25, 2011

As a result of Georgetown's laudable effort to correct the notorious American eating problem, health-conscious students can choose from an eclectic spread of romaine, arugula, tomatoes and cucumbers (otherwise...

Leaving and Learning

By The Editorial Board October 8, 2010

No matter how you slice it, studying abroad is expensive. Tuition, housing fees, airfare, visa fees, living expenses (particularly in Europe) and international health insurance can add up to a scary price...

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