Big Sean to perform in GPB’s 2014 Spring Kickoff Concert


The Georgetown Programming Board announced yesterday on their Facebook page that Big Sean will bring his hip hop from the west side of Detroit to Georgetown students in this year’s Spring Kickoff Concert. Born in California and raised from a young age in Detroit, Michigan, Big Sean, born Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, began rapping in high school. In […]

Calvin Harris to headline GPB Spring Kickoff Concert 2013

Scottish DJ, singer, songwriter, and record producer, Adam Richard Wiles—better known by his stage name Calvin Harris—will bring Georgetown students into his force field of addictive synthetic sounds, strong and commanding percussion, and catchy vocal collaborations during GPB’s Spring Kickoff Concert on Saturday, Apr. 6th. Calvin Harris has long held a passion for electronic music. He […]

Remix Your Weekend: Ground Control to Major Tom

Friday “You lack the season of all natures, sleep.” If you’re as enamored by Shakespeare’s prescience as Vox, hop over to Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society’s presentation of Macbeth Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 8 p.m. in Gonda Theatre. Calling all astronauts! Wait, do we even have any astronauts since the demise of the Shuttle program? Either way, if […]

Wiz Khalifa announced as Spring Concert headliner

Tonight, Wiz Khalifa was announced as the headline act at the 2012 Spring Concert, which will take place on the evening on March 30. Sponsored by the Georgetown Program Board, What’s After Dark and the Senior Class Committee, the concert will take place in McDonough Gymnasium from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. on the last […]

Michael Moore talks Christianity, uses profanity in Gaston Hall

During his lecture on Friday afternoon, filmmaker and author Michael Moore demonstrated an acute sense of his audience and location. Not only did he acknowledge that Georgetown has been or will be host to such conservative figureheads as Karl Rove and Ann Coulter, but he drew a political parallel that would make Hoyas from any […]

Community‘s Donald Glover brings some funny to Gaston

Donald Glover prefaced his 65-minute set last night at Gaston Hall with a disclaimer: “Who’s seen my show Community?” he asked the audience. “This will be nothing like that. I talk about my dick a lot more.” This proved to be half true—he talked about his dick a decent amount. But if you know Glover […]

What’s your opinion of the GPB Spring Concert?

Our post announcing the Georgetown Program Board Spring Concert line up has received a fair number of comments, so we’ve decided to conduct a little poll about the April 9th concert. What is your plan for the GPB Spring Concert? What is your plan for the GPB Spring Concert?customer surveys

Kevin Rudolf, Dev and the Cataracs to perform at spring concert

[Editor's Note: A previous version of this post incorrectly reported that Dev and the Cataracs, not Kevin Rudolf, will headline the concert. We apologize for the mistake.] Georgetown’s annual Spring Kick-Off Concert is going to be like a G6 — or at least part of one. Kevin Rudolf, the Cash Money-backed artist behind “Let It […]

Free Food-for-All: All Hallow’s noms

Spooky, sweet treats As we all know, Halloween is the holiday of fright, fun, and everything sweet. But even the spookiest of holidays won’t always satiate our artistic side. If you’re looking for another creative outfit after pulling together your Halloween costume for next weekend, head over to Georgetown Program Board’s table in Red Square […]

Lupe Fiasco to perform at Georgetown’s Fall concert

The fall concert is back after a three-year hiatus. And all those ballots you cast last semester haven’t totally been ignored! According to the Hoya, Lupe Fiasco will perform Saturday, October 30 at 9:30 p.m. outside of McDonough Gymnasium. The performance will be sponsored by the Georgetown Program Board and Senior Class Council and funded […]

Free Food-for-All: You’ve got a friend in me

To Infinity and… Popcorn! As the generation who grew up with Woody, pretended to be Buzz Lightyear blasting off into space, and cracked up at Mr. Potato Head’s snarkiness, we can’t turn down one last Toy Story adventure. (Accompanied by appropriate movie theater munchies, of course.) This Friday at 7:30 p.m. on the Copley Lawn, […]