Burleith’s major misunderstandings about the 2010 Campus Plan

Although nothing agitates the blood of a Vox reader quite like a post about a Citizens Association of Georgetown meeting about the 2010 Campus Plan, you’ve got to hand it to our neighbors in West Georgetown—they know that plan backwards and forwards. CAG seems to have a clear idea about what exactly in the plan […]

Students and University respond to “Drunken Georgetown Students” site

So, maybe Georgetown students aren’t drunk all of the time. In recent days, both the University and students have responded to “Drunken Georgetown Students,” the website that’s fueled rampant procrastination all week long. In an e-mail statement, Director of Media Relations Andy Pino wrote, “[The University does] not believe the site is a constructive attempt […]

“Drunken Georgetown Students” shut down, rises again on Blogspot

Drunkengeorgetownstudents.com, the website every Georgetown student loves to hate, was taken offline these evening by server host Heller Information Services (HIS), only to reappear hours later at drunkengeorgetownstudents.blogspot.com. “I was pressured by the server to take [the site] down,” Stephen R. Brown, the Burleith resident who runs the site, said in a telephone interview. “I […]

Burleith resident told to blur photos in response to complaints

Heller Information Services (HIS), the server operator behind the website “Drunken Georgetown Students,” has asked Stephen R. Brown, the Burleith resident who runs the site, to “either remove the pix or blur the faces,” according to an e-mail posted by Brown. Yesterday, Vox reported that Brown has been publishing photographs of Georgetown students on his […]

Resident blogs about, photographs partying Georgetown students

Be wary the next time you head out to an off-campus party—you just might end up on “Drunken Georgetown Students,” a website run by a Burleith resident which publishes photographs and written accounts of off-campus student life. The site, which dubs Georgetown “AN EAST COAST PARTY SCHOOL,” is run by neighbor and former American University […]

Todd Olson on new developments in the 2010 Campus Plan

On Friday, Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson sat down with members of the campus press to discuss the new elements of the 2010 Campus Plan in the final draft that the University released earlier this week. Vox brought those to you Friday morning—you can check them out here. Also, don’t forget to go […]

MTV peeks inside a Georgetown home

Since Real World: DC ended, you may not be meeting your quota of watching over-privileged kids live extravagantly in the Nation’s Capital. Never fear, though, because MTV’s got another dose of the good stuff: Teen Cribs, Georgetown Edition. Apparently MTV Cribs was so wildly popular that it has been resurrected in the form of Teen […]

Georgetown releases final draft of the 2010 Campus Plan—What’s new?

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for. Right? On Thursday, Georgetown University publicly released the final draft of its 2010 Campus Plan (PDF), which it will present to the community on Monday, April 26. Administrators have already presented most of the plan to Georgetown residents in a series of community meetings in November—Transportation, the […]

Burleith: The idyllic little neighborhood that you’re ruining

On Wednesday night, Burleith residents crowded into a tiny classroom in the Washington International School, there to hear to a presentation by members of the Burleith Citizens Association about “why the Georgetown campus plan is bad for Burleith,” in the words of BCA President Lenore Rubino. Surrounded by kid art and shelves stacked with school […]

Upcoming community meetings on Georgetown’s 2010 Campus Plan

On our last few posts about the 2010 Campus Plan and the Georgetown Neighborhood, a few student commenters have said that students need to show up in greater numbers to the community meetings that organizations the Citizens’ Association of Georgetown, Burleith Citizens Association, and even the University itself holds about the community and the 2010 […]

A wrap-up of the CAG meeting on the 2010 Campus Plan, Part 2

Earlier today, we ran a post about the general sentiment that the Citizens Association of Georgetown and residents feel toward the 2010 Campus Plan draft that the University presented in November, as shown in the first public meeting about the plan ever to discuss a coherent strategy to combat it. For the sake of brevity—and […]