Other News

The Hoya women won 15 out of the 16 events at the Davidson meet. 
Aisha Malhas/The Hoya

SWIMMING | Squads Grab Victories Against Davidson

The Georgetown men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams began their regular seasons with victories over Davidson in a dual meet held at home last Saturday. The Hoyas’ victory against Davidson follows both teams’ strong finishes in the 2018 Big East Championship. The women’s team, which finished second at the[Read More…]

by October 12, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
Troye Sivan

Troye Sivan Connects With Crowd in Colorful Performance

When Troye Sivan began his colorful, high-energy performance of his track “Dance to This” at The Anthem on Thursday, Oct. 4, his audience followed the song title’s command by letting go on the dance floor. On tour promoting his sophomore album “Bloom” released in August, Sivan created the perfect atmosphere[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Concerts, The Guide
MAHTANI | Conor McGregor Should Pay for, Not Profit From, UFC Antics

MAHTANI | Conor McGregor Should Pay for, Not Profit From, UFC Antics

Khabib Nurmagomedov’s defeat of Conor McGregor at the Ultimate Fighter Championship at T-Mobile Arena in Nevada on Oct. 6 did not mark the end of the night’s action. The excitement continued following the fight, when an altercation occurred between McGregor’s and Nurmagomedov’s teams.  Although McGregor lost the fight and instigated[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports Columns
SAILING | Hoyas Host Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta

SAILING | Hoyas Host Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta

The Georgetown sailing team hosted the Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta this past weekend in Washington, D.C., in memory of Thomas E. Curtis (CAS ’68), who passed away 39 years ago in a tragic racing accident. Curtis was an All-American sailor at Georgetown and is a member of the Georgetown University[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Sports
GOLF | Teams Earn Top-10 Finishes

GOLF | Teams Earn Top-10 Finishes

The Georgetown men’s golf team travelled to Bridgeport, West Virginia this past weekend to compete at the HealthPlan Mountaineer Invitational, while the women’s team headed to Sammamish, Washington for the University of Washington’s Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. The women’s team finished sixth out of a 12-team field, turning in a three-round[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Sports
MEATLESS MENUS: NuVegan Cafe’s Vegan Soul Food Is a Tasty Oxymoron

MEATLESS MENUS: NuVegan Cafe’s Vegan Soul Food Is a Tasty Oxymoron

I’ll admit I was skeptical of NuVegan Cafe at first. For one, the Georgia Avenue restaurant’s name, which sounds like it was plucked from a dystopian sci-fi novel, does it no favors. What’s more, vegan soul food — NuVegan’s specialty — sounds like an affront to both vegan cuisine and[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments The Guide
Street to Museum: Evolving Artistic Expression

Street to Museum: Evolving Artistic Expression

Spray-painted walls, graffiti-covered traffic signs and fences adorn the interior of “Love, Hope, and Street Art” at the Honfleur Gallery. The exhibition explores nontraditional forms of artistic expression by placing street art in a museum context. On Sept. 28, the Honfleur Gallery in the Anacostia neighborhood of Southeast Washington, D.C.[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments The Guide
Richard Schoch Revives Restoration Shakespeare

Richard Schoch Revives Restoration Shakespeare

Richard Schoch graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 1984 and is now a professor of drama at Queen’s University Belfast. This fall’s production of a Restoration-style “Macbeth” at the Folger Theatre was partially funded by a three-year grant  Schoch received from the Arts and Humanities Research Council,[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments The Guide
SCHENDEN: In a Dystopian World, Comedic Philosophy Relieves

SCHENDEN: In a Dystopian World, Comedic Philosophy Relieves

Ever since I used to stay up late on summer nights as a child to watch old reruns of “The Twilight Zone,” I’ve had an affinity for the representation of dystopia in the arts. Be it “Blade Runner,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” or anything by Kurt Vonnegut, I always found dystopian[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
CLARK: God in Two Churches

CLARK: God in Two Churches

Unlike many Catholics, I was not forced into a suit and tie or printed dress and sweater every Sunday morning. I didn’t spend my early elementary years dreaming of my first Communion veil or worrying about confessing I had pulled my sister’s hair again. My mother rarely drove her three[Read More…]

by October 11, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top