Prefrosh Preview: The Georgetown neighborhood (daytime edition)

This week, Vox wanted to offer the Class of 2014 a few recommendations of places to visit in the Georgetown neighborhood. Today, we cover daylife—check back later this week for what to do on nights and weekends. Feel… Read More

Georgetown Public Library will re-open in October

For more than a year, rumors suggested that Georgetown Public Library would re-open in Fall 2010. Now, that target date is a bit more specific. According to a D.C. Public Library representative who contacted Georgetown Metropolitan, the library… Read More

ANC Wrap-up: Bar hours extension extravaganza!

Last night’s Advisory Neighborhood meeting was pretty long for my taste. Discussion included streetcars and the ANC’s preference for having them built without overhead wires and without dedicating an entire lane of traffic to their operation—but aside from… Read More

ANC blasts alcohol regulators for allowing Dixie Liquor to sell singles

For as long as Dixie Liquor has been seeking an exemption to the Ward 2 ban on single bottles of alcohol, the Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commission has been trying to stop Dixie owners from getting one. Their logic?… Read More

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… Read More

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… Read More

“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]… Read More

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… Read More

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… Read More

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…. Read More