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

Woman Shot in Georgetown

Woman Shot in Georgetown

By Connor Thomas October 24, 2018

A woman shot at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Water Street was located by police near 20th and L streets Oct. 11 around 10:30 p.m., according to Metropolitan Police Department Communications Director...

Bangkok Joes Out, Mama Rouge In

Bangkok Joe’s Out, Mama Rouge In

By Ian Tice and Ian Tice May 30, 2014

You have just two more nights to enjoy the delicious dumplings and noodles from Bangkok Joe's. That's right, the owners announced Wednesday that the Thai restaurant, which is located in the Washington...

Elegant Restaurant Emphasizes River View and Seasonal Catches

By Meagan Wang March 21, 2014

4/5 stars Located by the waterfront on K and 31st streets, Fiola Mare provides an elegant and relaxing dining experience that highlights seafood through its simple and flavorful dishes. The...



By Emily Troisi February 7, 2014

Recently renovated to be a D.C. destination, the Waterfront in the southwest quadrant is far away from the hustle and bustle of daily life in the center of the city. Close to Fort McNair, a United States...

Thrifty DC: Going Big on a Small Budget

Thrifty DC: Going Big on a Small Budget

By Shannon Walsh and Shannon Walsh September 13, 2013

On top of taking 5 classes, partaking in student activities, keeping our houses relatively clean (ha) and making sure we don’t catch the flu that half of campus is currently suffering from, we Georgetown...

The Delicious Culinary Creations of Leo ODonovans

The Delicious Culinary Creations of Leo O’Donovan’s

By KP and KP May 2, 2013

  I'm not kidding about the title. Believe it or not, there are numerous ways to spice up your food at Leo's to create a fun, delicious and enjoyable meal. But like all great endeavors, it takes...

Plant Auction Heating Up

By Emily Brown February 26, 2013

Over a month after the auction for the Georgetown West Heating Plant began Jan. 18, the bidding for the historic building has reached $15.5 million and continues to rise. The plant, located on a...

Jack’s Boathouse to Close in January

By Hiromi Oka December 26, 2012

Jack’s Boathouse has lost its lease at the Georgetown waterfront after more than fifty years of serving students and the community. The National Park Service, which owns the land, sent boathouse owner...

Waterfront Revamp Moves Forward

By Kelly Church August 31, 2012

Washington Harbour’s central water fountain will be retrofitted to feature a 12,000-square-foot ice rink in November as part of a $20 million renovation to the waterfront area that began this spring. The...

Hot Spots to Cool Off: Fountains

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff July 17, 2012

On a day like today, where the thermometer will top out at 101 degrees, one starts to understand why D.C. has so many interactive fountains. Rather than trek up to Volta Pool, why not take a short dip...

Georgetown Waterfront – After the Flood

By Kaitlyn Morio and Kaitlyn Morio April 25, 2012

It has been a year since the unfortunate day that the Potomac River flooded the Georgetown waterfront after one of the floodwalls was not raised despite numerous flood warnings. It was a disaster  for...

Unveiled Waterfront Park Makes a Splash

By Julia Dean September 20, 2011

The Georgetown Waterfront Park, a neighborhood recreational space that has been undergoing on-and-off renovations for the last 30 years, reopened early last week. The transformation of the park...

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