Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Following a shooting in the Georgetown neighborhood, students said that the Georgetown University Police Department did not notify the community of the public safety threat in a timely manner.

Students Raise Concerns About Notification of M St. Shooting

By Eli Kales February 3, 2022

CW: This article discusses gun violence. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. Following a fatal shooting just blocks from Georgetown University’s main campus,...

TikTok Review: October 2020

TikTok Review: October 2020

By Cece Ochoa and Cece Ochoa November 2, 2020

In case you missed it: The Hoya is on TikTok! We know, we know, try to contain your excitement.  With The Hoya’s newfound TikTok fame — we have over 100,000 likes! — we at 4E have...


Georgetown Cupcake Owner Celebrates US Citizenship With Free Cupcakes

By Sarah Donofrio October 3, 2019

Georgetown Cupcake co-owner Katherine Kallinis Berman became a United States citizen and celebrated by sharing cupcakes with the 449 other new citizens at the Oath of Allegiance Ceremony on Sept. 21.  At...

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Competing Confectioneries Define Georgetown

By Annah Otis and Arden Fitzpatrick October 12, 2018

All students have a type, whether they want to admit it or not: trendy, touristic, edgy. More specifically, Georgetown students usually prefer one of three main styles, represented by Sprinkles, Georgetown...

Cupcake Wars and Water Woes

By The Guide Staff February 20, 2013

Anti Hydration Stations Water is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty. Beauty is an important aspect of life at Georgetown. Every Joe and Jane Hoya puts in honest hours every...

Georgetown Cupcake Neglects Tax Payments

By Andrew Wilson February 5, 2013

Georgetown Cupcake, an area bakery and subject of the TLC reality show “DC Cupcake,” came under a tax lien filed by Washington D.C.’s Office of Tax and Revenue on Jan. 31. after the business failed...

Stop the Presses: Its a Cupcake Conundrum!

Stop the Presses: It’s a Cupcake Conundrum!

By KP and KP February 2, 2013

Oh no! Egads! Gadzooks! According to DCist, tourist mecca Georgetown Cupcake owes $189,000 in sales taxes to the District of Columbia! The cupcake shop, which has been in business since 2008, received...

Surviving Tourist Season in D.C.

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff March 21, 2012

The cherry blossoms are set to peak today. The National Cherry Blossom Festival began yesterday. It's officially springtime. All of these events coinciding in one week typically mean only one thing in...

Cupcakes for Your Sweetheart

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff February 14, 2012

by Bethany Imondi It seems that everyone has a love/hate relationship with Valentine's Day. When you're a part of a couple, February 14th is another cause for celebration with your favorite person....

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