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Mr. Georgetown 2014: Which Contestant Will Receive Your Rose?

Mr. Georgetown 2014: Which Contestant Will Receive Your Rose?

By Emma Holland and Emma Holland October 23, 2014

The Fourth Edition is pleased to present to you, the 2014 Mr. Georgetown Pageant contestants. This year, The Mr. Georgetown Pageant's theme is The Bachelor. These bachelors are just gems and they...

One Year On, Boathouse Thrives

By Carly Graf April 8, 2014

Since the contentious battle over who would operate Georgetown’s waterfront boathouse last spring, Key Bridge Boathouse, has continued its success while maintaining its long-standing relationship with...

The Eight Disney Characters Youll (Possibly) Meet on the Hilltop

The Eight Disney Characters You’ll (Possibly) Meet on the Hilltop

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee May 20, 2013

Co-authored by Nicole Jarvis and Lindsay Lee We at The Hoya have often been told that our logo slightly resembles that of Walt Disney's. While Healy Hall and Lauinger Library aren't necessarily Cinderella's...

Tackle The Wild with Outdoor Ed

By Edward Lee and Edward Lee September 19, 2012

Classes have been in session for only a couple of weeks now, but for some students the stress is already piling up. You’ll be hard pressed to find a better way to relax and get in shape than by signing...

Outdoor Ed Looks to Grow

By Laura Zhang September 14, 2012

Despite former Director of Georgetown University Outdoor Education Russ Watts’ resignation, the program continues to expand its presence on campus. Watts resigned after accepting a job at the...

No Snow, Not Closing, Coping

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy January 24, 2012

by Michelle Cassidy It seems that we're facing a fairly mild winter in D.C. – despite this past weekend's snowy excitement, temperatures are predicted to be in the 40's and 50's for the rest of the...

Fijian Treks to D.C. for Outdoor Ed.

By Maggie Ferrato December 7, 2010

THE HOYA sat down to talk to Gus Bainimoli, the newest member of Outdoor Education. Born and raised in Fiji, he worked as an outdoor guide, leading visitors around the islands' natural wonders. As the...

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