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Hillary is Coming to the Hilltop

Hillary is Coming to the Hilltop

By Andrew Boas and Andrew Boas March 29, 2017

If you're anything like us here at 4E, you probably freaked out pretty hard when you found out Hillary was coming to campus. I mean, after all, "What Dreams Are Made Of" is a modern classic. But after...

Overheard at Leos Night on The Hilltop

Overheard at Leo’s Night on The Hilltop

By Alessandra Puccio and Alessandra Puccio February 23, 2016

In case you live under a rock (or maybe just gave up Snapchat for a short while), tonight, Leonardo DiCaprio dined at famed Georgetown "You-Will-Only-Go-Here-With-Your-Parents" eatery, 1789. Naturally,...

Georgetown is #GSProud

Georgetown is #GSProud

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein November 17, 2015

You may have noticed that today Hoyas are taking to social media with cover photos, testimonials and the hashtag #GSProud. Well, this is all part of a campaign headed by the Georgetown Scholarship...

The Profile Picture Progression of a Georgetown Student

The Profile Picture Progression of a Georgetown Student

By Jenna Clifford and Jenna Clifford November 10, 2015

  Look back to your senior year in high school: a prospective student incessantly waiting for your Georgetown acceptance and, in the meantime, stalking all things Georgetown to try and get the best feel...

The Five Stages of Being Home

The Five Stages of Being Home

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein May 20, 2015

As we finish the first week of summer and settle back into our hometown routines, the reality sets in: we are not in Georgetown anymore! The metro, M street stores and Lau breakdowns have now been replaced...

A 4E Senior Send-off

A 4E Senior Send-off

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein May 15, 2015

Well, it is here. Graduation weekend. Commencement has, well, commenced and the respective graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2015 are only a day away. As the reality sets in, 4E wants to share with...

Treasuring My Time at Home and Abroad

Treasuring My Time at Home and Abroad

By Opinion Editor October 29, 2014

Whether or not you trained for it, a semester spent studying abroad is a marathon. In the pursuit of “making the most of the short time abroad,” the only moments of rest are utilized recharging for...

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Why MOOCs Won’t Make It Up The Hilltop

By Paul Healy July 10, 2014

Last night, as I was having a drink with some new friends, I saw why online education has yet to disrupt the Hilltop, and probably won’t for the foreseeable future. Sitting and talking with other...

Biking Up the Hilltop

By The Editorial Board February 21, 2014

With a nickname like the Hilltop, it seems implausible that Georgetown would ever receive an award for being friendly to cyclists. Yet, earlier in the academic year, Georgetown became the first school...

How It Feels to Start Classes Again

How It Feels to Start Classes Again

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein January 8, 2014

By now most, if not all, of you are done with the Christmas cookies and never-ending family time. The holidays were fun, but now it's back to the Hilltop we love and the schoolwork we hate. It goes a little...

10 Things You Were Glad You Did Before Going Back to School

10 Things You Were Glad You Did Before Going Back to School

By Matt Sullivan and Matt Sullivan January 7, 2014

Now that most of us are back on the Hilltop (sorry to those of you who are getting trolled by the weather), let's reflect on the things that we were really glad we did on the last day before we returned. 1....

A Lonely Hoya on the Hilltop

A Lonely Hoya on the Hilltop

By Marnie Wallach and Marnie Wallach January 5, 2014

When you arrive on campus four days before classes start, you're greeted by something that looks a little like this:   You know it's bad when you can walk from Epi to Village A and not see a single...

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