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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: End Unpaid Internships

To the Editor: I commend GUSA and The Hoya’s editorial board for speaking out against and seeking solutions regarding the injustice of unpaid internships. However, the problem runs deeper than just here at Georgetown. The entire practice of unpaid internships should be eliminated, not simply because unpaid work is unethical,[Read More…]

by October 15, 2017 2 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top

Street Food With a Side of Graffiti

★★★★☆ One of Arlington’s newest restaurants, Palette 22, brings a fashionable atmosphere to this trendy Virginia neighborhood. I went for dinner on a Saturday night shortly after the restaurant had opened and found the large space packed full both around the bar and at tables. The clientele was very diverse,[Read More…]

Bar à Vin
Bar à Vin, one of the newest restaurants on M Street, offers an impressive food menu alongside an extensive and thoughtfully curated drink selection.

Sophistication at a Price

The latest product of M Street’s constant turnover rate of shops and restaurants is the new Bar à Vin, a discreetly located wine bar near the waterfront at 1035 31st St. NW. With no noticeable sign outside the establishment, Bar à Vin is attached to Chez Billy Sud, the beloved[Read More…]

by April 1, 2016 0 comments Food & Drink, The Guide
Hilltoss Reveals Refreshing Acai Bowls

Hilltoss Reveals Refreshing Acai Bowls

★★★★☆ To close the school year, The Hilltoss has finally introduced its last menu option: the acai bowl. The Hilltoss opened soon after the Healey Family Student Center this November with a salad menu, and it added smoothies to its assembly this semester. In order to provide staff with adequate training[Read More…]

Yasuo Kuniyoshi faced discrimination in the United States because of his Japanese heritage. His work reveals the hardships that he and other Japanese-Americans underwent on United States soil.

The Art of War

In a dark era of national history, the U.S. government placed West Coast residents of Japanese descent into internment camps during World War II, simply because of their heritage. This chapter of World War II history may be closed, but one of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s newest exhibits, “The[Read More…]

Mexican Cuisine Lacks Zest

Mexican Cuisine Lacks Zest

★★★☆☆ Located on U Street since early last year, El Rey, a taqueria and Mexican beer garden, aptly fits into this increasingly gentrified and trendy setting. The building itself is constructed almost entirely of tin shipping containers, adding a colorful and unique touch to the architectural design. The front of[Read More…]

by March 20, 2015 0 comments Food & Drink, The Guide
Cuisine Spices up Logan Circle

Cuisine Spices up Logan Circle

★★★★☆ $$$ The 14th St. district in the Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington is one of the fastest rising parts of the city in terms of new shops and restaurants. Doi Moi, a restaurant in Logan Circle, serves Southeast Asian cuisine, particularly from Thailand and Vietnam. Doi Moi is on[Read More…]

by February 27, 2015 0 comments Food & Drink, The Guide
Original Dishes With a Twist

Original Dishes With a Twist

★★★★☆ On New Mexico Avenue, near American University, lies Chef Geoff’s: a classic American restaurant with five locations — though each has a slightly different name — in the Washington, D.C. and Maryland area. Chef Geoff’s somewhat surprisingly combines high-quality food and an interior of white tablecloths, silverware and wineglasses[Read More…]

Klemm displays German history in her intriguing “Light and Dark” display.

Historical Germany Unites in Photos

Pictures in the newspaper every day serve as useful additions to the articles featured next to them. However, when saved over the course of several decades, such pictures can collectively provide a documentation of history as it occurred. The Goethe-Institut’s latest featured exhibit, “Light and Dark,” does just that. It[Read More…]

by January 30, 2015 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide
The exhibit is rather text-heavy and fails to portray the battle in an interesting manner. The controversies between the inhabitants and the American Indian people are described in great detail, but do not provide the most entertaining experience.

Brutality in History

The National Museum of the American Indian’s newest feature is a travelling exhibit called “Commemorating Controversy:  The Dakota-U.S. War of 1862.” The exhibition, created by students at Gustavus Adolphus College, provides an insight to this largely ignored part of American history. The exhibition opened last week (Jan. 14) and will[Read More…]

by January 23, 2015 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide