The typical Georgetown student does not exist. We live on a campus filled with dance groups, preprofessional organizations, acting troupes, creative writing clubs, a cappella groups and countless others, each with its own disciplines, its own tools of the trade. Craft is often painful, exhausting and disappointing. But true excellence and finesse is honed, not found.
PALETTENAAZ MODAN FOR THE HOYA
A friend of the photographer prepares materials for an upcoming piece.
FORMATIONRACHEL SKAAR FOR THE HOYA
Members of the Georgetown University Dance Company rehearse a number.
STRETCHRACHEL SKAAR FOR THE HOYA
Members of the Georgetown University Dance Company stretch before practice.
FLY-FISHINGDAN KREYTAK FOR THE HOYA
Gerry Theirs (COL '16) fly-fishes on the Potomac.
FRETSROBERT CORTES FOR THE HOYA
Ethan Beaman (COL '16) practices guitar.
PILEUPELIZA MINEAUX FOR THE HOYA
Members of the club rugby team practice on Harbin Field.
CHARACTERSCAROLINE KENNEALLY FOR THE HOYA
Cast members rehearse for the Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program production of "War with the Newts."
SIGHT-SINGKARLA LEYJA FOR THE HOYA
Members of the University Chapel Choir perform in Dahlgren Chapel.
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