Twuesday Tweetacular: Poor hospitality for Paul Rudd

Want a shot at your own 15 seconds of internet micro-micro-fame? Start following us on Twitter (GtownVoxPop) and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor and you’ll automatically be in the running! Scott Chessare witnessed a major intern gaffe involving the very dreamy Paul Rudd. Nick Bunker was glad to get back to […]

ICC auditorium light falls on student

Oh dear. Before the start of a 1:15 Comparative Political Systems class, a light fell on a student who showed up early. GERMS took him to the hospital, but Professor Charles King, the class’s teacher, said he’s fine. Potential for falling lights makes Tuesday’s speech by the founder of Juicy Campus that much more appealing.

Norovirus infections, graphed

Finally, a graphic memorial to all the people chugging Powerade because of the Georgetown norovirus. Graph by George D’Angelo, from our Flickr.

GERMS: New norovirus cases decreasing

Taylor Burkholder (MSB `09), the Public Relations Director at Georgetown’s EMS service GERMS, said GERMS seems to be seeing fewer new cases of Georgetown norovirus. “From what I can tell, it’s slowing down,” he said. Burkholder said that their call volume may go back up this evening when the Student Health Center close. GERMS is […]

Falling tree strikes woman near Wisey’s

The top part of a tree trunk split off and struck a woman on 36th Street between N and Prospect Streets around 1:15 this afternoon. GERMS, the Metropolitan Police Department, DPS and the D.C. Fire Department were on the scene within minutes to tend to the victim, who was immobilized, loaded onto a stretcher and […]