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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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There’s No Alfredo Sauce: Cultural Cooking Club Founded During Pandemic Thrives

‘There’s No Alfredo Sauce’: Cultural Cooking Club Founded During Pandemic Thrives

By Seth Canada October 8, 2020

From his kitchen at home in Ecuador, Mark Hunter Guzman (GRD ’21) peeled a green plantain for his Zoom audience so they could mimic his preparation of bolón de verde: a dish of mashed green plantain...

Traveling Stuffed Panda Chunky Visits Hoyas at Their Homes

Traveling Stuffed Panda ‘Chunky’ Visits Hoyas at Their Homes

By Michelle Brown September 10, 2020

While Jack the Bulldog is perhaps the most recognizable mascot on campus, a traveling panda bear’s Georgetown University stardom is on the rise, having amassed a loyal Instagram following since the...

Comedy Groups on Campus Offer Fresh Voices, Community

Comedy Groups on Campus Offer Fresh Voices, Community

By Sarah Keisler and Megan Wee February 14, 2020

Before he wrote for “Saturday Night Live,” before his career soared with “The Comeback Kid” and “Kid Gorgeous,” and before he produced “Big Mouth,” John Mulaney (COL ’04) was a member...

Students, Restaurants Push for More Affordable Food

Students, Restaurants Push for More Affordable Food

By Grace Vainisi and Sara Roberts November 15, 2019

From the silky angel hair pasta and rich Alfredo sauce at Flavio on 31st Street to the daily brunch and historical fare at Martin’s Tavern on Wisconsin Avenue, Georgetown is known for its food. But...

@AIDANMARZOFFICIAL/INSTAGRAM | Photographers from Georgetown are capturing the biggest events in global politics from the front lines.

Photography Forges Global Careers, Redefines Art

By Molly Zhou and Haley Resnick October 4, 2019

From the restaurants of Washington, D.C., to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, Georgetown University photographers are able to use their lenses to contribute to the narratives guiding how the public sees...

@GRLAGEORGETOWN / INSTAGRAM | Even though the way a company sells its products differs, they all chase the fundamental principle of offering a curated and exclusive lifestyle.

Luxury Brands Sell Expensive Stories to Younger Markets

By Steven Botsoe and Michelle Brown September 13, 2019

Walking down Georgetown’s busy M Street, tourists and residents alike ogle and peruse the countless high-end stores that dot the street and purchase anything from Chanel makeup to Michael Kors handbags....

Bullet Journals Highlight the Aesthetics of Study Culture

Bullet Journals Highlight the Aesthetics of Study Culture

By Timothy McNulty and Zain Sandhu September 6, 2019

The practice of crafting beautiful, meticulous notes and planners gained widespread traction online over the past five years, especially on online blogging platforms like Tumblr and Pinterest. Bullet journaling...

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NOVEL IDEAS: Understanding a Breakup Through Poetry

By Kathryn Baker August 11, 2019

It is impossible to be prepared for a breakup. You can seek advice from your friends or family and think about the words over and over again, but nothing prepares you for the aftermath of an ended relationship. You...

UNSOLICITED ADVICE: Accomplish Your Goals by Baking Cookies

UNSOLICITED ADVICE: Accomplish Your Goals by Baking Cookies

By Maddie Finn July 28, 2019

I have a very specific ritual when I bake at home. I wear my long overalls that make me look like a farmer and my fuzzy socks that slide on the hardwood when I dance around. I always play my “vintage”...

UNSOLICITED ADVICE: Do What Scares You

UNSOLICITED ADVICE: Do What Scares You

By Maddie Finn July 1, 2019

Last year, my roommate bought a book that sat unread on our cluttered shelf. It’s one of those self-help books, “Do What Feels Good: Recipes, Remedies and Routines To Treat Your Body Right” by Hannah...

LADAWNA HOWARD/FACEBOOK | Psychics have a strong presence in the Georgetown area, with several shops just a short walk away on both Wisconsin Avenue and M Street. The shops offer services from tarot card readings to communicating with departed loved ones.

Georgetown Psychics Offer Guidance, Entertainment

By Yasmine Salam March 29, 2019

Just beyond the front gates, Georgetown University students come across several psychic shops on neighboring Wisconsin Avenue and M Street. Within 3 miles of the Hilltop, students can find 12 locations...

Alexandra Brunjes/The Hoya | After garnering a following of over 800,000, Calloway decided she wanted to share life lessons from moments like the collapse of her book deal with her fans. So strong is her influence that her fans were willing to pay $165 for her spur-of-the-moment workshop world tour. Yet Calloway’s tour seems to have turned into another messy situation.

Instagram Influencer Embarks on Tumultuous Tour

By Alexandra Brunjes January 25, 2019

As a blizzard swept through Washington, D.C., on Jan. 13, magic was brewing inside a bright, plant-filled event space in Georgetown: Instagram influencer Caroline Calloway was leading her creativity workshop,...

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