Update: Georgetown Love Professions launched today. “Send your professions of love through the wonderful world of Facebook and let your special someone know that they’re loved!” Apparently, Georgetown students are more likely to compliment than insult each other, at… Read More
Wednesday night at 10pm, “Saxa Silence Dogood” and “Cura P. Workinggroup”—ostensibly Georgetown students—created an event called “Georgetown Day Study Group on Leavey Esplanade.” Within the span of three hours, 1,000 had clicked “attending.” Although the maximum capacity of… Read More
With a tip of our cap toward Slate and the GW Patriot, here’s our end-of-the-semester summary.
Take note, couples: Your turkey might be tough to swallow this Thanksgiving. After tracking more than 10,000 Facebook relationships, British journalist and designer David McCandless graphed users’ breakups against the calendar year. The result? Breakups peak in the spring… Read More
Georgetown, Divest! will re-emerge this semester to oppose the University investment policies, after attempting to end practices last semester that allegedly violate the University’s Catholic and Jesuit identity. In a Facebook message sent to Divest! members, David Schwartz… Read More
If you’ve been on Facebook in the past few days and you’re friends with anyone at Georgetown, you’ve probably noticed the rapidly growing “KEEP PHILLY PIZZA FROM GETTING SHUT DOWN” group pop up in your newsfeed. The group,… Read More
Bring back the old Map! As we reported yesterday, the School of Foreign Service institution, Map of the Modern World, is undergoing major changes this year. Turns out SFSers aren’t taking too kindly to the alterations. They’ve started… Read More
What’s black and white and read all over? Read Vox‘s coverage of the Tuesday night forum here. Many of you have been asking where to find this year’s Hoya April Fools’ issue online. Finally, you can. For starters,… Read More