InterHall brings you the most dramatic 30 seconds the Georgetown logo has ever seen

This Friday, November 11, the Central Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (CAACURH) Conference will be taking placeĀ at Baltimore’s Towson University. Representatives from the Georgetown Residence Hall Association will be attending the conference, and, according to… Read More

Barbecue, petting zoo in Southwest Quad tomorrow

ResLife, Southwest Quad Community Council, and InterHall are sponsoring a free barbecue in the Southwest Quad tomorrow from 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. The “Bar-B-Quad” will feature free food, music, and door prizes. There will also be a… Read More

Interhall to sponsor crime-prevention summits

Next Tuesday and Wednesday evening, the Southwest Quad Community Council will present two crime-prevention summits, conceived of by the council as “unconventional forums [...] to share the vision and experience of safety precaution practices.” In an effort spearheaded… Read More

Student leaders exploring Washington Post offer for free newspaper program

After the demise of the free newspaper program early this year, student leaders have been pushing to bring the Washington Post back to campus, according to Will Cousino (SFS ’12) of Interhall. Cousino, GUSA Vice President Jason Kluger… Read More

Two offers on the table for free newspaper program

Promising news for print journalism fans: although the Collegiate Readership Program, which provided free newspapers on campus, was suspended this year due to lack of funding, there are two replacement offers on the table. Members of GUSA, the… Read More

Free newspaper program suspended due to inadequate funding

So long, Collegiate Readership Program… Georgetown is no longer participating in the Collegiate Readership Program, which provides free copies of the New York Times, the Washington Post and USA Today on college campuses, due to inadequate funding, the… Read More

$12 on Village A for the Win

Georgetown, no longer content with the traditional housing lottery, has decided to kick things up a notch this year with a real lottery. For just two dollars, students can buy a raffle ticket that gives them a chance… Read More