In Features, Eric Pilch checks out 826DC, “the latest in a series of non-profit writing centers that provide free tutoring, self-publishing, and workshops to elementary through high school students,” which author Dave Eggers spearheaded shortly after writing A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.
News reports that The Hoya is not going independent next year and reflects on the progress it’s made on diversity issues.
In Leisure Leigh Finnegan follows the Washington Psychotronic Film Society, connoisseurs of the so-bad-it’s-good movie genre, and the closing of a B-movie video store in Alexandria, home to classics like Frankenpimp. And Brendan Baumgardner MacGuyvers himself a KFC Double Down and loses faith in God.
Tim Shine catches up with Georgetown women’s lacrosse, which after a few struggles is dominating its way to the Big East Tournament, in Sports.
In Voices, Will Sommer advises us to stop pretending that Georgetown neighbors will ever like Georgetown Students.
The Voice Ed Board encourages students to provide all the support they can to Jake Sticka (COL ’13), who has decided to run for student Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner.