District Digest: Absentee woes and mystery patios

This week’s roundup of news in the D.C. area features a strange episode with a patio, a school board member who might not be reappointed for his views on multiculturalism, and the change that absentee ballots can be… Read More

Weather Service still predicting moderate flooding of the Potomac

In the most recent statement from the National Weather Service, residents living along the Potomac were warned that the river would be at levels of moderate flooding through Thursday afternoon as a result of Hurricane Sandy. ¬†On Tuesday… Read More

Hurricane Sandy peters out as campus reopens on Wednesday

The night before All Hallows’ Eve, Lauinger Library was no pretty sight. Students settled low in their cubicles, watching the the dismal rain fall slowly out of the gray, gloomy sky. Frankenstorm is over, dear Hoyas, and it’s… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Frankenstorm gave us a real scare

Hurricane Sandy is already forcing students like Lizzy Lafranchise to settle for questionable forms of entertainment, like shopping at Pottery Barn. It won’t be long before the Georgetown community devolves into a state of nature. Bisi O‘s deal… Read More

Poll: School’s out! What are your Frankenstorm plans?

According to several students, the Grab ‘n’ Go options at Leo’s are not up to speed right now. Considering the limited options we have, what do you plan to do with all this free time?

University cancels Tuesday classes due to Hurricane Sandy, prepares for hurripocalypse

At 10:24 this morning, the University sent an email to all students indicating that it will be closed on Tuesday, October 30 due to the extreme weather being caused by Hurricane Sandy/Frankenstorm. This is the second consecutive day… Read More