Brynn Furey

Hustlers on the Hilltop

Hustlers on the Hilltop


Wake up, hustlers! Another day, another dollar on the Hilltop. Georgetown students are already up and at ’em, walking dogs on Prospect Street, swiping GoCards in the Southwest Quad, whipping up a hot café au lait at Uncommon Grounds. They are teaching yoga classes, delivering food, and selling their old books on Ebay. Some are…

Seeking New Leadership, The Hoyas Turn to Veteran Brianna Jones

Seeking New Leadership, The Hoyas Turn to Veteran Brianna Jones


When Brianna Jones and Cassandra Gordon begin talking about their futures, Jones falls naturally into her role as captain.  “Say it with confidence. ‘I’m gonna be great,’” Jones said to Gordon.  “I’m gonna be great,” Gordon affirmed.  Even in this brief interaction, Jones’s total support for her teammates was on full display. Not only does…

The Weekly List: A Love Letter to <i>The Hoya</i>

The Weekly List: A Love Letter to The Hoya


The history between the Voice and The Hoya is contentious to say the least. In 1969, a group of Hoya editors staged a coup because the newspaper refused to cover the anti-Vietnam War movement and other off-campus issues. The love child of this revolt was The Georgetown Voice. Much like Britain and the United States,…

Critical Voices: <i>NINE</i>, blink-182

Critical Voices: NINE, blink-182


Fart jokes have long been a part of blink-182’s persona, a juvenile yet iconic mechanism for assuring that even when they convey heartfelt emotion, the band can’t quite take themselves too seriously. They couldn’t even wait to release their ninth studio album, appropriately named NINE, without putting this knee jerk reaction to sentimentality on full…

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