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‘In My Life’ at College, Memories of Authenticity

By Victoria Edel May 16, 2014

One of my older brother’s favorite anecdotes is about how his eighth grade class unsuccessfully tried to convince its uptight music teacher to let “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” be their graduation...

The Hoyas Bunn Award Winners

The Hoya’s Bunn Award Winners

By Emma Hinchliffe and Emma Hinchliffe May 1, 2014

Every year, Georgetown gives out the Bunn Awards for student print journalism in six categories: News, features, commentary, photo, sports and reviews. This year, The Hoya won 12 of 18 awards. Take a look...

The Bittersweet Truth of Friendships

By Victoria Edel April 11, 2014

Lena Dunham’s “Girls” wrapped up its third season last month on a bleak note. The four girls are falling apart — Jessa’s a drug addict, Shoshanna didn’t graduate, Marnie is miserable and Hannah...

Staffers of the Week: Victoria Edel and Addie Fleron

Staffers of the Week: Victoria Edel and Addie Fleron

By Julia Kieserman and Julia Kieserman January 28, 2014

Once a week, The Hoya recognizes a staffer who has done a particularly awesome job – now you can get to know about them, too. As part of our Leavey 421 series, we post quick interviews with each Staffer...

Finding Films to Change and Grow With Us

By Victoria Edel September 27, 2013

There is no great college movie. There is no film that transcends, that speaks to the college or even post-grad experience in a meaningful, interesting way. Most college movies are about frats, whether...

An Interview with the New Chair of the Board

An Interview with the New Chair of the Board

By KP and KP April 15, 2013

Last week, after a vote of the senior staff members, The Hoya was proud to announce that Evan Hollander would be the 2013-2014 Chair of the The Hoya Board of Directors. To get to know Evan and his exciting...

Fighting for Friendships, One Show at a Time

By Victoria Edel April 12, 2013

Controversial opinion alert: I think my friends are awesome. I kid; obviously most people think their friends are awesome. (If you don’t, you might want to get some new ones.) But I think we don’t...

The Magic of Finding Yourself on Screen

By Victoria Edel February 15, 2013

Two weeks ago, while editing my tribute to "30 Rock," Copy Chief Hunter Main mocked me for comparing myself to Liz Lemon, Tina Fey’s character. "Every girl thinks she’s Liz Lemon," he said. At the...

Navigating the Opportune Moment

By Victoria Edel January 18, 2013

When I was in the sixth grade, I became completely obsessed with Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. As in during the month of April, I watched it every day. Every. Day. My older brother...

Fat Shaming Hurts More Than Its Targets

By Victoria Edel October 16, 2012

Honesty Box, the Facebook application that allows people to send you anonymous comments, was a really big deal during my freshman year of high school. I signed up for the app figuring that someone would...

Recipes On A Budget

By Victoria Edel October 4, 2012

Sometimes the best way to save on food is to make your own. Here are some basic and inexpensive recipes you can use to feed yourself and wow your friends. Simple Rice By Nikita Buley, Hoya Staff...

My Entire Team Sucks, But It’s OK

By Victoria Edel April 18, 2012

Let’s be honest: sometimes the joke that the Mets stands for My Entire Team Sucks is true. Abandoning realistic expectations and any desire to see my team win a championship, I somehow love these underdogs....

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