Say goodbye to the empty lot next to the Wormley School

We’ve all seen the empty property on the 3300 block of Prospect Street. Well, it’s about to get filled. Yesterday, DCmud reported that Encore Development is ready to build six townhouses on the Wormley School property. When finished,… Read More

Circulator to officially replace Blue Bus in September

It’s finally happening, folks. On September 1, D.C. Circulator will replace the Dupont-Rosslyn Metro Connection “blue buses.” But don’t despair, ye olde nostalgics, because the buses are practically the only thing changing, according to the Washington Business Journal…. Read More

Astronauts to speak at Georgetown, brag about space travel

Holy shit, astronauts are coming to Georgetown! What’s next? Pirates? Ninjas? NASA and the McDonough School of Business have collaborated to bring the crew of the Space Shuttle Atlantis to Georgetown. On Monday, July 26th, the six astronauts… Read More

Design your own 2010 Campus Plan sign

Our trip into Burleith yesterday got us thinking about a few things. Why should the residents be the only ones who get to have fun with signage? How can students get involved with the 2010 Campus Plan? And… Read More

Lawn signs: Burleith’s newest weapon against the 2010 Campus Plan

If you’ve walked through Burleith lately, you’ve surely seen the red and white signs that have popped up on residents’ lawns over the past week. The signs, which read “OPPOSE GU’s Campus Plan” and “Our Homes Not GU’s… Read More

Shot of Charity partners with Dean & Deluca in Manhattan

Shot of Charity, a nonprofit group founded by three Georgetown grad students, has ventured outside of the District to bring its philanthropic activities to New York City. Watch out, Blair Waldorf! Starting June 21st, customers at the Dean… Read More

“Media mashup” site to hit Georgetown this August

Georgetown Blog Hub, the yet-to-be-launched website that co-founder Laura Sortwell (MSB ’10) once called “a one-stop place to stay in touch with Georgetown,” is getting a makeover. The site, which now operates under the name “What Rocks,” is… Read More

Georgetown’s boathouse plans delayed yet again

These days, $1,000,000 won’t get you very far—at least not on the shores of the Potomac. Despite spending seven figures on lobbying efforts aimed to get the National Park Service to approve the construction of a new boathouse… Read More

Does Georgetown want to build a campus in India?

SFS-Q may not be the only overseas Georgetown campus in the future, if Minister Kapil Sibal has anything to say about it. Last Wednesday, Sibal, who spoke at Georgetown in October 2009, met with Senior Vice President Spiros… Read More

Has Georgetown weathered the rotten economy?

After many stores closed their doors in recent months, it seemed that the recession had finally hit Georgetown. However, many this summer’s grand openings may be a sign that our cozy little corner of the District has pulled… Read More