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Midterm Szn: Sophomore Year Edition

Midterm Szn: Sophomore Year Edition

By Elizabeth Park and Elizabeth Park October 6, 2018

It's sophomore year, ladies and gentlemen, which means we're all ~experienced~ and can now look down on the lowly freshmen who walk the dreaded path to Darnall Hall. But besides the slightly upgraded situation...

The Anti-Bucket List

The Anti-Bucket List

By Caroline Jaipaul and Caroline Jaipaul October 2, 2018

Happy October! AKA, happy end of all things fresh, new and exciting. Happy death 'n' afterlife to all things green. And, above all else: a very happy ~midtermz~. The magic of the welcome and/or return...

RICHARD SCHOFIELD FOR THE HOYA 

Midnight MUG, located on the second floor of Lauinger Library, is offering student entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their new products in a Startup Hotel installation opened in mid-October.

Startup Hotel Promotes Student Entrepreneurship

By Will Cassou November 10, 2017

Startup Hotel, an installation in Lauinger Library, is giving aspiring entrepreneurs a new opportunity to show off their startup projects. The about 8-foot-tall translucent tower with shelves holding...

The Five Phases of Writing a Final Paper, as told by Melania Trump

The Five Phases of Writing a Final Paper, as told by Melania Trump

By Laura Bell and Laura Bell December 11, 2016

We’re sad to report that finals season is once again upon us, and the only thing that could make this worse is remembering that Donald Trump won the election. But here at 4E, we have decided to embrace...

The 5 Stages of Writing an Essay at the Last Minute

The 5 Stages of Writing an Essay at the Last Minute

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff November 5, 2015

It’s 9 p.m., you have a 10-page paper due tomorrow and you’re feeling good: you have the whole night (and morning) ahead of you. What could possibly get between you and completing this paper? Sure,...

Corp Coffee Improved, But New Smoothies Shine

Corp Coffee Improved, But New Smoothies Shine

By Shannon Hou and Shannon Hou February 2, 2015

After receiving student feedback about their coffee, The Corp recently replaced all their coffee and espresso beans, chai mixes and smoothie bases with ones from new vendors. During this time, UG, MUG,...

Struggle City: the Best and the Worst of the Finals Wall

Struggle City: the Best and the Worst of the Finals Wall

By Matt Sullivan and Matt Sullivan December 17, 2013

Every semester, it's the same trip to Struggle City for us Hoyas. Whether you're writing a 20-page paper, studying for Orgo or just avoiding all of life on Lau 2, finals week at Georgetown gets really...

Midnight MUG Hires Mid-Semester

By Griffin Cohen October 29, 2013

A month after its usual hiring season, The Corp posted a call for two new Midnight MUG employees last Wednesday. Though mid-semester hiring is uncommon, Midnight MUG required more manpower than...

Midnight MUG Closes Temporarily

By Madison Ashley March 20, 2013

Midnight MUG closed early Tuesday evening after workers discovered a broken water main. The coffee shop will reopen at an indefinite time Wednesday. Midnight Mug Director Elise Mixon (COL ’15) did...

More Common Ground

By The Editorial Board February 26, 2013

Professors are often an untapped resource on campus. While listening to their lectures or participating in their classroom discussions are certainly enriching in their own right, there is an added benefit...

The Five People You’ll Meet On Lau 2

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee October 31, 2012

Midterms. You're stressed, you're scared, you're underprepared. Your hall is loud at all hours of the night, the Leavey center is just too far from your dorm, and you’re desperately looking for a place...

Midnight MUG Contest Fosters Creativity

By Sarah Patrick November 17, 2011

Students packed The Midnight MUG to hear the recipients of The Corp's first Midnight Writers Scholarship read their award-winning submissions Tuesday night. Four writers — Kaylee Walsh (COL '13),...

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