GUSA Elections: The eager to get involved (a.k.a. freshmen) edition

To help foster a (hopefully) more informed student body for this year’s Georgetown University Student Association Senate Elections, Vox invited all candidates to complete a short questionnaire regarding their candidacies. And, to our surprise, some of them even responded! The election is scheduled for this Thursday, although the exact 24-hour voting period is dependent on when […]

Georgetown freshman Joey Pearson sings, vlogs

Georgetown has had its share of campus celebrities over the last few years: Charlie Cooper, that kid who shot the toilet, the governator’s daughter, the iPod vigilante, and a host of bloggers, just to mention a few. Joey Pearson (SFS ’14) seems to be the latest edition to our G-list celebs. Pearson’s YouTube account, the […]

Prefrosh Preview: Vox‘s guide to Georgetown’s campus

From now until the end of August, expect to see plenty of posts aimed at the Class of 2014. We’re going to cover it all: academics, food options, drugs and alcohol, and the dreaded freshmen-year requirements. Georgetown may not have the largest campus, but the University manages to pack a whole lot into the area. […]

Prefrosh Preview: CHARMing the freshmen (Hi, Class of 2014!)

We’re about a third of the way through the summer. That means BBQs, beach trips, humidity, and, above all else, the rise of pre-frosh networking on Facebook. You’ve been there. Adding everyone in the ‘Georgetown Class Of…’ group, chatting with kids you actually think will be your friends once you get on campus (and with […]