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

Oscars Drinking Game

Oscars Drinking Game

By Izzy Roemer and Izzy Roemer February 24, 2019

Get out your champagne flutes and call your limo driver! It’s red carpet season, and the greatest awards show of all is TONIGHT: The Oscars. Even if you’re having trouble locating your Cartier earrings...

BET FILMS | Ali Davis, played by Taraji P. Henson, embodies values of a hardworking, empowering and independent woman. After a shaman gives her a strong concotion to drink, Ali  obtains the ability to hear men’s thoughts, revealing their darkest secrets and true desires. “What Men Want” surpasses its predecessor by addressing gender and race.

‘What Men Want’ Highlights Humor, Diversity

By Elfrieda Nwabunnia February 20, 2019

“What Men Want,” the 2019 adaption of the early 2000s Mel Gibson film “What Women Want,” is a sharper, funnier, more inclusive take on the original concept. Directed by Hollywood veteran Adam...

Actor and director Bradley Cooper (COL 97), returned to Georgetown on Tuesday to reflect on his new film A Star is Born and share his Georgetown memories.

Cooper Returns, Promotes New Film

By Madeline Charbonneau September 14, 2018

When it comes to his dreams, Bradley Cooper (COL ’97) doesn’t take no for an answer. The actor and director attributed his success in film and life to hard work, dedication and authenticity...

Political Voices Move the Film Industry Forward

By Kiera Geraghty November 17, 2017

The United States is home to millions of people with distinct identities and rich stories to tell. Unfortunately, these stories are sometimes lost in translation; it can be difficult to understand the...

VIEWPOINT: Anecdotes Stand Out in Year of Speeches

VIEWPOINT: Anecdotes Stand Out in Year of Speeches

By Erin Hickok and Maddi Kaigh September 13, 2016

What makes a speech great? In an era where a great speech can go viral across varying platforms in a matter of minutes, an effective, captivating speech can sway public opinion and bring meaningful attention...

Scarlett Johansson plays actress DeeAnna Moran in “Hail, Caesar!”

Movie Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!’

By Viviana De Santis February 5, 2016

★★★★★ One of the most inventive and idiosyncratic directing duos in moviemaking history, Joel and Ethan Coen, has delivered yet another gem with its latest film, “Hail, Caesar!” Boasting...

4E Goes to Hollywood

4E Goes to Hollywood

By Jenna Clifford and Jenna Clifford August 5, 2015

While 4E usually posts things that are relevant, somewhat strange, and often less conventional, rarely do we take the opportunity to brief you on a day in our lives. So, in the spirit of campfire stories...

The Underdog Story

The Underdog Story

By Kim Bussing July 10, 2015

Ask anyone in entertainment or marketing, and they’ll tell you how much Americans love a good underdog. It’s the perfect formula if you’re trying to sell a movie or product: a relatable figure, paired...

Theres More Than the Glass Ceiling

There’s More Than the Glass Ceiling

By Kim Bussing June 26, 2015

Let’s talk about sex. In Hollywood, that covers a pretty broad umbrella of topics. Transgender issues, with Laverne Cox and Caitlyn Jenner creating the most recent headline buzz. Growing claims of...

The Hollywood Story

By Kim Bussing June 12, 2015

When I was five years old, I dreamed about sashaying down the red carpet. It took 15 years, but this week, armed with a wristband I could flash at security to get almost anywhere I wanted and blistering...

Movie Review: “Entourage”

By Sami Rahman June 6, 2015

★★★★★ A fading star from the once-famous show “Viking Quest,” a tequila tycoon weed-guzzler, a pizza-rolling Sbarro's manager turned suit-wearing movie producer, a short-fused workaholic...


The example set by the characters in Community may set unrealistic expectations about forming relationships.

The Question of Community

By Justin Kotwicki June 18, 2014

“Community” is not only a great show title, but also perfectly sums up the TV show’s Greendale Community College’s Spanish class study group. The show follows a group of students who hail...

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