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Quiz: How Romantic Are You? The Georgetown Edition

Quiz: How Romantic Are You? The Georgetown Edition

By Keaton O'Neil and Keaton O'Neil February 10, 2016

Love is like a shower in Darnall: it's not always as hot or consistent as you would like, but it has its warm patches that make it worthwhile. Whether you're someone's BAE, BAE-less, or on avid BAE-watch,...

DAN KREYTAK FOR THE HOYA
As Aramark and Georgetown’s contract comes to an end in 2017, the company has increased its dining options beginning this academic year at both O’Donovan Hall and its Grab ‘n’ Go locations, including a wider international selection in response to student feedback.

Leo’s Sees Wider Dining Options Ahead of Contract End

By Aly Pachter October 8, 2015

Ahead of the expiration of Georgetown’s contract with its auxiliary services provider Aramark in 2017, the company has increased its efforts to improve the quality of on-campus dining and engage with...

Students Donate Meals to Hungry

By Toby Hung November 21, 2014

Swipe Against Hunger, an initiative started by a group of freshmen to combat hunger, collected more than 210 meals for homeless shelters from meal swipes donated by students at Grab ‘n’ Go stations...

Leo’s Changes Get Mixed Reviews

By Bebe Albornoz August 31, 2012

Students eating at O’Donovan Hall will notice more than a few changes this semester. The cafeteria’s new layout includes more tables on the lower level, more cutlery stations and tweaks to...

Faulty ’n’ Frustrating

By The Editorial Board April 17, 2012

It’s not just the Hoya wraps at Grab ’n’ Go that are leaving students with a bad taste in their mouths. Georgetown University Dining Services has proudly advertised improvements to O’Donovan...

Grab ‘n’ Go: Testing the Effects of Convenience

By Julia Schwartz February 3, 2011

Grab 'n' Go was created for the sake of convenience. It is meant to help out the over-achieving, overly busy and overly exhausted college students that Georgetown seems to cultivate — a goal for which...

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