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…. Read More

Third Eye Blind is playing the Georgetown Spring Kick-Off Concert in April

Just before break, Vox reported how students voted for artists the Georgetown Programming Board could potentially bring to play at our Spring Kick-Off Concert. Third Eye Blind got the most first place votes, but ultimately, students ranked Lupe… Read More

How you ranked artists for the GPB Spring Kick-off Concert

Back in January, the Georgetown Programming Board sent out an e-mail asking you to rank eight different artists it might be able to bring to campus for the Spring Kick-Off Concert. Now, Alexandra Kisielewski, the GPB Concert Chair,… Read More

Georgetown advisory boards present budgets at first GUSA budget summit

The first Georgetown University Student Association Budget Summit was a real doozey, lasting from 10 a.m. all the way to 8 p.m. on Sunday. During the meeting, the advisory boards presented their budget proposals to the Finance and… Read More

Voice‘s choices for the GPB Spring kickoff concert

The Georgetown Programming Board—the same people who brought you T-Pain—sent an e-mail to the student body last night asking for Georgetown’s input on the Spring Kickoff Concert. While the Voice doesn’t necessarily agree that an April 10 concert… Read More

Funding Board approves GUSA Fund, but advisory boards fight to keep their votes

These little piggies want to keep their votes When the Funding Board reconvened yesterday after the board’s contentious meeting two weeks ago, it approved the GUSA Fund once GUSA agreed to amend its request of $30,000 and instead… Read More

Funding board leaders roundly reject GUSA Fund

The planned GUSA Fund would make it rain Leaders from all six advisory boards voted against creating the GUSA Fund at a Funding Board meeting today, but the Finance and Appropriations Committee will still be able to pass… Read More

Georgetown may not be having a fall concert, but we’re welcome at GW’s!

Enough to give you Foggy Bottom envy? It looks like once again, we’ll have to wait until the spring for GPB to scrape together an on-campus concert. While WGTB has already put on their fall show, hosting Titus… Read More

The verdict on T-Pain? At least it wasn’t Coolio

T-Painful Despite his dominance of the Top-40 singles chart, the famously auto-tuned T-Pain delivered an underwhelming performance at Saturday night’s concert in McDonough. This year’s iteration of the annual GPB Spring Concert disappointment was marked by a lackluster… Read More

GPB says Mraz, Lupe, Third Eye Blind not options for Spring Concert

And stay out! According to Georgetown Programming Board member Zach Reese (COL `12), GPB has ruled out three options it presented to Georgetown students when it surveyed them about the Spring Kickoff Concert: top three student picks Jason… Read More