Tomorrow is election day: your guide to voting

At some point before midnight tonight, voting for the 2012-13 GUSA executive will begin. After two weeks of campaigning, two debates, and more square footage of signs than the Pennsylvania turnpike, you’ll finally be able to vote. Here’s… Read More

Prepping for Hurricane Irene: a New Orleanian’s Guide

As of right now, it looks as though we’re going to be spared the worst of Irene’s wind strength and rainfall: WJLA is reporting that Washington will likely not face tropical-storm force weather, with winds instead peaking around… Read More

5.9 Earthquake hits Georgetown; campus buildings evacuated

UPDATE 4:15 – A university email confirms that all residence halls are now open and that “it is now safe for [students] to return to and remain in campus residence halls, townhouses, and apartments.” Leo’s will be open,… Read More