HAPPY HOLIDAYS, HOYAS!
Can you believe it? Midterms are (finally) over and Christmas is literally WEEKS away!
Before I get too far ahead and offend all those people who “love” Thanksgiving, let’s jump right into what this article is actually about. Today, I’ve decided to give you the 10 things you should be most thankful for as a Hoya — and yes, I know it can be pretty difficult to figure it out sometimes. Here they are:
- That one time a semester when you think a rat is about to jump out of the bush and it turns out to be a bunny
- All your tuition money is being spent on a “green space” that will not be finished until after we all graduate.
- The elevator in Regents that is ALWAYS there for those of us who have given up on taking the stairs up to Leavey
- When the workers at Einstein’s learn your name — it’s a great feeling, speaking from personal experience here.
- Pasta week at Launch — it’s 100 percent the best week, don’t try to deny it.
- When Jack’s Crew lets you get less than 3 feet away from Jack to take a picture
- The Georgetown meme page
- The smell on the second floor of the ICC is almost completely gone.
- Well, you go to Georgetown. I know this is kind of soft, but it’s true.
- MAC MCCLUNG…have you seen him dunk??
Have a happy Thanksgiving, Hoyas. See you soon!
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Happy spooky season, y’all! Now that we’ve moved past the 80-degree October nights and we’re officially into sweater weather, it’s time to break out the pumpkin spice and the list of Halloween costume ideas I know you started in August (trust me, I did it too).
Besides giving college students another excuse to party excessively and dress in questionably appropriate outfits for three days (and the fact that there are now only TWO months left until Christmas), the best part about this month is the movies that come along with it. Growing up in the early 2000s means that we were all blessed with some of the greatest Halloween movies to ever exist. Now, I’m not talking about all those overrated and unreasonably gory horror movies: I’m talking about Disney! So, if you need some ideas to help you procrastinate that paper or simply something to put you in the spooky mood, here are our Top 5 Disney Halloween Movies:
5. ‘The Haunted Mansion’
Any movie with Eddie Murphy in it automatically gets an A+ from me; I mean, have y’all seen Shrek?
4. ‘Hocus Pocus’
Who doesn’t love a classic movie about resurrection, magic and trickery?
3. ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’
This movie combines two of the greatest holidays (Halloween and Christmas), and really, there’s not much more you need in life.
Finding out that you’re a witch and that you have a long-lost twin sister all in a couple of days would be enough to drive anyone crazy.
Honestly, I don’t think this one needs any kind of explanation. Marnie Cromwell is an icon, and I aspire to be half as ballsy as she is one day. While the first movie is by far the best, I think the entire “Halloweentown” franchise deserves recognition.