Twuesday Tweetacular: Some students like Italian food
“Sir, you’re in the bike lane” “Fuck you” Ah, the sounds of spring in #bikedc
— sharrowsDC (@sharrowsDC) April 1, 2014
Nothing says springtime in D.C. like a friendly Civil War between bikers and every other mode of city transportation.
“April 1. This is the day upon which we are reminded of what we are on the other three hundred and sixty-four.” Mark Twain
— Isabel Lara (@isalara) April 1, 2014
Perhaps what Mark Twain wanted us to reflect upon is the fact that our lives are, in fact, jokes all three hundred and sixty-five days of the year.
Georgetown graduate students face study space constraints. | http://t.co/EZht0FcK2T
— The Hoya (@thehoya) March 25, 2014
One possible solution is the addition of more study space on campus to alleviate these constraints.
Pasta Mia serves popular Italian dishes with rich classic flavors | http://t.co/iOlWgpffhD
— the guide (@thehoyaguide) March 29, 2014
Italian restaurants are a great place for Georgetown students to go when they are hungry for pasta.