Published April 29, 2016

Beyond the 272 Sold in 1838, Plotting the National Diaspora of Jesuit-Owned Slaves

The centuries-long scattering of the slaves who supported Georgetown covers the entire country.

The Hoya
Published April 22, 2016

Accessibility Push Faces Tricky Terrain

Andrew Wallender, Hoya Staff Writer
Published April 2, 2016

Black Georgetown: ‘Remember the Beauty’

A landmark book celebrates its 25th anniversary

Kshithij Shrinath, Hoya Staff Writer; Photos: Daniel Smith/The Hoya
Published March 18, 2016

A Life Lived Where The Wild Things Are

Molly Simio | Hoya Staff Writer

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Published March 18, 2016

Farmers Market: Startup Central

Gracie Hochberg | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 18, 2016

Peter Dreams of Sushi

Nick Briggs-Chiropolos | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 18, 2016

How to Take the Best #foodporn Shot

Justin Schuble | DC Food Porn
Published March 18, 2016

Top Five Dishes Under $15

Shannon Hou | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 18, 2016

Top Five Restaurants to Take Your Parents

Jinwoo Chong | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 17, 2016

Top Five Vegetarian Dishes in DC

Casey Doyle | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 17, 2016

Top Five Coffee Shops in DC

Brian Davia | Hoya Staff Writer
Published March 17, 2016

How to Take the Best #foodporn Shot

The Hoya
Published March 17, 2016

Evolution of a Georgetown Dinner

The Hoya
Published March 17, 2016

DC Adopts Farm-to-Table Trend

The Hoya
Published March 17, 2016

Shaw: DC’s Best-Kept Secret

The Hoya
Published March 17, 2016

The Filipino Eatery Transforming DC

The Hoya
Published March 4, 2016

The Snow Melter That Saved Georgetown

Owen Eagan | The Hoya
Published February 26, 2016

We, The Jury

Beau Dealy and Eleanor Tolf | The Hoya
Published February 19, 2016

Remembering Scalia

Kshithij Shrinath | The Hoya
Published February 18, 2016

Hilarity Descends Upon the Hilltop

Lindsay Lee | The Hoya
Published February 12, 2016

Ripped

Sarah Martin | COL ‘19
Published February 12, 2016

An Unwavering Flame

Taylor Harding | COL ‘18
Published February 12, 2016

The Box of Chocolates

Christine Yang | SFS ‘18
Published February 12, 2016

2.12.2016

Kathryn Elstob | COL ‘16
Published February 12, 2016

Philosophizing Over Pizza

Emma Wenzinger | COL ‘19
Published February 12, 2016

Soulmate City

Melina Delkic | COL ‘17
Published February 12, 2016

Do You Love Her?

Joshua Clark* | MSB ‘19
Published February 12, 2016

Tomb Sweeping Day

Ho Yao Nian | SFS ‘18
Published February 12, 2016

The Dance Class

Summer Park | COL ‘18
Published February 12, 2016

The Choices We Make, The Ones We Leave Behind

Cyrena Touros | COL ‘18
Published February 12, 2016

The Almost-Right Guys

Jennifer Simons | COL ‘18
Published February 5, 2016

70 Years of Music

Toby Hung | The Hoya
Published January 29, 2016

The Big Shorts

A Preview of 2016's Oscar-Nominated Short Films

Anna Shuster & Marina Tian | The Hoya
Published January 22, 2016

Top 20 Albums of 2015

Sean Davey,Tom Garzillo, Toby Hung, John Miller | Hoya StaffWriters  
Published January 22, 2016

We Could Be Heroes

DC Remembers David Bowie

John Miller | The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

Daniel Breland

After signing to a record label, the singer plans for a second major release

Tom Garzillo | The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

The Capital of Live Music

From Frank Wess to the Foo Fighters, DC has always been a hub for concertgoers

John Miller | The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

Eight Up and Coming Artists

Artists To Watch Out For Next Year

Sean Davey, Tom Garzillo, John Miller | THE HOYA
Published December 3, 2015

Liberal Leave with Instructional Continuity

Four sophomores form an alternative-rock group

Sean Davey | The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

Deuce B

Nearing graduation, the rapper prepares to release his second mixtape

Toby Hung | The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

Tigers Are Bad For Horses

Jane Mikus |

The Hoya
Published December 3, 2015

A Harmony of Diverse Talent

Georgetown University Orchestra Rises to Prominence

Kate Kim | Hoya Staff Writer
Published November 19, 2015

One Desk, 31 Years

How a note hidden under a desk connected two generations of Hoyas

Jasmine White
Published November 13, 2015

Demonstrators Address Demands to University

By Ashwin Puri

Hoya Staff Writer
Published November 12, 2015

A Sense of ‘WONDER’

Jinwoo Chong

Hoya Staff Writer
Published November 10, 2015

University SNAPs at Noise

By Taylor Harding and Andrew Wallender

Special to the Hoya and Hoya Staff Writer
Published November 5, 2015

Saved to Drafts: A Letter to My Mother

Harshita Gaba (COL ‘18)
Published November 5, 2015

Thanksgiving

Kate Randazzo (SFS ‘17)
Published November 5, 2015

The Myth I Believe

Molly Cooke (COL ‘19)
Published November 5, 2015

Secrets at 1065 Park Ave.

Iman Hariri-Kia (COL ‘17)
Published November 5, 2015

Bravery, Passed Down

Michael Neary (COL ‘18)
Published November 5, 2015

For Joseph

Emmanuel Elone (COL ‘17)
Published November 5, 2015

Healing in Seasons

Jenny Chen (SFS ‘16)
Published November 5, 2015

The Chaos of Being Alone

Bethan Saunders (SFS ‘17)
Published November 5, 2015

On Learning to Love A Drug Addict

Francesca Smith*
Published November 5, 2015

Three Kinds of Kisses

Emily Stephens (SFS ‘17)
Published November 5, 2015

Mother’s Day

Paul Wrenn (COL ‘16)
Published November 5, 2015

October Boyfriends

Mackenzie Krebs (COL ‘16)
Published November 5, 2015

“Nay gentle Romeo, we must have you dance.”

Taylor Rasmussen (COL ‘16)