The Five People You’ll Meet on the DC Metro this Summer

As Hoyas, we try to break the bubble as much possible, which means that we’ll likely take a trip on the metro at some point. You’ll probably meet an interesting array of people so here’s a catalog of these people to help you out. 1. The Business Professional These “yopros” may be annoying, but for …

The Five People You’ll Meet in a GAAP Facebook Group

Gaining acceptance into Georgetown meant many things to all of us: congratulatory cards from relatives you haven’t talked to in years, celebratory dinners with friends and family, a plethora of letters and pamphlets with a zillion confusing acronyms from the university itself, and then the most exciting thing of all…officially joining the GAAP Facebook Group. …

The Five People You’ll Meet on Valentine’s Day

Roses are red, Hoyas bleed blue, Valentines break your heart, but 4E always pulls through. Ah, Valentine’s Day. We know our content this week has been pretty V-Day-centric, but, come on, can you blame us? People turn into very specific characters as the dreaded/anticipated/hated 14th of February approaches. So without further ado: The Five People …

Five People You’ll Meet at Your Lazy Summer Job

While many Hoyas spent the summer getting real, hands-on work experience with impressive companies and organizations, many others, like me, decided to spend one last summer working a lazy summer job. Staring at an empty pool as we try to not fall asleep may not leave us with much valuable work experience, but it certainly …

The 5 People You’ll Meet Before Spring Break

Let’s face it, the semester is flying by and most of you probably cannot even believe spring break is right around the corner. While walking around campus or discussing plans with friends, you may have noticed that there are certain stigmas attached to soon-to-be spring breakers. Whether you are planning on traveling to exotic destinations …

Join The Hoya!

Earlier this week, we published a post about why you should apply to 4E. While we totally stand behind this statement, because we are the bomb, we recognize that writing for 4E isn’t for everyone. Maybe you’re the next Ansel Adams (the name of a famous photographer that I just Googled, because I am not …