The Georgetown Voice website is getting a makeover

Or maybe we’re just waiting for some new PVC piping This afternoon, we’ll be taking down so we can launch a better, redesigned site later this week. (Vox Populi won’t be affected.) As long as things go… Read More

Georgetown drafts layout of its redesigned website

Georgetown is inching ever closer to a revamped website. Last time we checked in, they were collecting input from campus on what students and faculty wanted to see in the site’s first makeover in seven years. Now, the… Read More

The Georgetown Dish, a neighborhood social and news site, to launch in December

A mockup of The Georgetown Dish, less tabloid-y than its Huffington muse Ask Georgetown resident Beth Solomon what she envisions for The Georgetown Dish and she’ll tell you she’s looking to create “a cross between a local Huffington Post… Read More

Vox Populi is under new management

From left: Tate, Kaplan, and Redden As she announced yesterday, after a semester of terrific blogging, Juliana Brint is leaving Vox to become managing editor of the Voice. I’ve been elected blog editor in her place (some of… Read More

Because all good things must come to an end…

I’ll never let go, blog readers, I’ll never let go… Well guys, it’s been quite the semester, but my time as Blog Editor is coming to an end.  Vox will be in the very capable and experienced hands… Read More

Georgetown launches blog about website redesign

The University’s Office of Communication has been working on a redesign of the University’s main website for a few months now, and they recently launched a blog to get feedback about and issue updates about how the… Read More

The Venus Flytrap, Georgetown’s newest blog

Georgetown has seen quite a few blogs come and go over the past year—Hoya Insider, FINS, Saxa Speak, The Georgetown Examiner, George The Third, et cetra—but Vox has high hopes for the newest GU-centric student blog, The Venus… Read More

UIS hoping to form working group on adding Google Apps to Hoyamail

Someday… When it was announced that the new Gmail-run Hoyamail system wouldn’t include any of Google’s bells and whistles like GChat, Google Calendar and Google Docs, UIS Director Beth Ann Bergsmark said that a working group would be… Read More

Will college e-mail accounts get phased out?

While receiving your college e-mail address has long been a milestone for pre-frosh everywhere, a new study from Educuse suggests that college e-mail accounts may be on the way out. Educuse’s “Core Data Service Fiscal Year 2008 Summary… Read More

SFS takes Dean search to the Internet

After Robert Gallucci left us for the MacArthur Foundation last year, the School of Foreign Service has been hunting for a new Dean.  And it seems that Georgetown’s looking high and low—even taking the search to the internet! … Read More