District Digest: Fighting against the government shutdown

Shut it down in the District On Tuesday morning,¬†District officials discussed the impending federal shutdown and whether or not to ignore Congress and keep the city government open. The Republican-controlled House passed a bill earlier this week which… Read More

Coming to a TV near you: Condom ads as ritzy as Ciroc commercials

The D.C. Department of Health has one message for you: Use a rubber, kid. That’s been the message for years, though now the department is using a glitzier ad campaign to get the idea across to us young… Read More

Free HIV screenings held on campus this afternoon

In honor of World AIDS Day, Georgetown University Minority Association of Pre-Health Students and Health Education Services are sponsoring free HIV screenings in the Village C Alumni Lounge today. There will be free food and drink and the… Read More

David Catania (Councilmember, alumn, baller) speaks to Georgetown students

Bald is beautiful D.C. Councilmember David Catania (SFS ’90, LAW ’94) spoke to students today (as part of the Michael Jurist (SFS ’07) Distinguished Alumni Roundtable series), and man, is he awesome. Catania (Ind. – At Large) waxed… Read More

Hard times for the Whitman-Walker Clinic

Not long for this world One of the city’s oldest HIV/AIDS clinics, the original Whitman-Walker Clinic was vacated yesterday for more modest accommodations down the street. Worse yet, the move was accompanied by tens of layoffs.¬† According to… Read More