Twuesday Tweetacular: The bunny or the egg?

Michelle Pliskin brings up an important discrepancy in Easter traditions. Still, the biggest Easter mystery has to be the popularity of Peeps. University spokeswoman Stacy Kerr may be trying to get Americans jealous over England’s royal marriage festivities. Nice… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: Got my mind on the bunny and the bunny on my mind

Friday Don’t miss one one of the last opportunities to see the Cherry Blossom Festival! Catch a cruise from the Gangplank Marina to get some of the best views in the city. Like Belle & Sebastian? Then you’re… Read More

Escape from the Hilltop: Scrambled eggs

Stuck in the District over Easter break? Don’t worry: there’s plenty of egg-cellent things to do in our fair city that will put the hip back in your hippity-hop! Friday, April 22 10:00am – 12:00pm: Earth Day Party… Read More

Site news: Gone Easter egg hunting

Thanks for a great first week, everyone! Hopefully the new Vox triumvirate has proved itself worthy of its loyal readers. We’ll be on a limited post schedule over break. Our long-suffering parents keep telling us to “get off… Read More

WaPo “Peeps Show” gives Peeps a purpose

Easter has plenty of redeeming qualities—beautiful weather, a break that makes other schools envy our Jesuit heritage, and, of course, loads upon tooth-rotting loads of candy. But every year, there’s always one major damper on the sugary celebration,… Read More

Vox Populi taking a break for Easter

Mother is cooking a buttered ham Vox is taking off for the long weekend, but we’ll be back on Tuesday, the 14th. Happy Easter! Photo from Flickr user ronnie44052 under a Creative Commons license.