Uncategorized

MEN’S SOCCER | Hoyas Look To Defend Big East Title

by September 6, 2019 0 comments Uncategorized

SUD | UEFA Is Getting Far More Attention Than it Deserves

The Union of European Football Associations Champions League is the unquestioned pinnacle of each club soccer season, and for good reason: not only is it the only competition that combines all of the top European teams from across leagues, but it also has the most volatility and unpredictability, leaving its[Read More…]

by September 6, 2019 0 comments Uncategorized
SFS Appoints 4 New Centennial Fellows

SFS Appoints 4 New Centennial Fellows

Journalism, government and public policy professionals, including two Georgetown University alumni, are among this year’s cohort of School of Foreign Service Centennial Fellows for the 2019-20 school year. This cohort marks the third year that the SFS has hosted a class of Centennial Fellows. All fellows are first nominated by[Read More…]

TAIM FALAFEL/INSTAGRAM | New York City-based Taïm Falafel opened a new location on Wisconsin Ave this week with a variety of vegetarian and vegan options.

NYC Falafel Chain Opens in Georgetown

Highly anticipated New York City falafel chain Taïm Falafel opened its first Washington, D.C. location on Wisconsin Avenue on Aug. 31. Israeli chefs Einat Admony and Stéfan Nafziger founded the first Taïm Falafel in Manhattan 14 years ago, but the Georgetown spot is the first location outside of New York,[Read More…]

by September 6, 2019 0 comments Uncategorized
Kathryn Baker

NOVEL IDEAS: ‘The Hand That First Held Mine’ Celebrates Feminine Resilience

I expected studying abroad to be difficult. I anticipated the homesickness, the fear of awkward social interactions and stressful travel planning. After all, both Georgetown and St. Andrews hosted so many orientations and sent countless emails preparing me for my time abroad that I felt it would be the hardest[Read More…]

ANNAPURNA PICTURES | Kaitlyn Denver and Beanie Feldstein make new memories and cause hilarious trouble during their final wild night of high school.

Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever Examine High School Friendship in ‘Booksmart’

Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, “Booksmart,” has received widespread critical acclaim ahead of its May 24 wide release, earning 98% positive reviews from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, a film and television review score aggregator. The film follows two high-achieving and ambitious students, Amy and Molly (Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein) during their[Read More…]

ILLUSTRATIONS BY SAM NELSON/THE HOYA

Year in Review

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY | Alliances in international relations will remain necessary to U.S. foreign policy going forward, according to former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.

US Military Must Learn From Past Mistakes, Hagel Says

The military can counter domestic social injustices and correct foreign policy mistakes by increasing accountability and responsibility within its leadership, former Secretary of Defense and former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) said April 24. Hagel spoke at a fireside chat, an informal conversation sponsored by the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs[Read More…]

Funding Cuts Reduce Access for Club Sports Athletes

Funding Cuts Reduce Access for Club Sports Athletes

Multiple Georgetown club sports teams expect obstacles to financial accessibility for students after the Advisory Board for Club Sports saw its funding decreased for the 2019-20 school year. The budget decrease for ABCS, which supervises the overall administration and policies for the 34 club sports on campus, was approved by[Read More…]

VIEWPOINT: Improve ICC Spaces

We’ve all felt the familiar sense of disappointment walking into the Intercultural Center. We’ve felt frustration from looking around at furniture and designs that feel like leftovers from the ’80s and concern about the failing state of this building, especially given that it serves as the home for the School[Read More…]

by April 24, 2019 1 comment Opinion, Opinion - Top, Uncategorized