Free Friday: Cycling for charity at the Georgetown waterfront

Ready to get crazy this Cranksgiving? Wondering what the Hell Cranksgiving is? Allow Vox to educate you on this fine holiday that is a close second to Festivus and the quest for the slutty pumpkin. This Saturday, head… Read More

MPD confirms death on Key Bridge as suicide

Documents released by the Metropolitan Police Department on Friday indicate that the police officer who died last December was responding to a suicide attempt, according to the Georgetown Patch. On December 16, U.S. Park Police officer Michael Boehm died… Read More

Jumper incident closes Key Bridge in both directions, Park Police officer dies

Update, 11:27 p.m.: The Park Police has identified the deceased officer as Sergeant Michael Boehm. Boehm was responding to the initial report of a possible Key Bridge jumper this evening when he collapsed. He was transported to Georgetown University… Read More

Occupy DC to march across the Key Bridge this afternoon

After a story ran earlier this week in The Hoya about Georgetown’s conspicuous absence from the Occupy DC protest (which prompted a certain American University student to accuse us all of being 1%-ers), apparently the Occupiers have decided… Read More

President Obama to visit Georgetown Waterfront Park on Wednesday

According to the Washington Post, President Barack Obama is expected to visit the newly-completed Georgetown Waterfront Park tomorrow, as part of his promotion of the American Jobs Act. The purpose of the visit will be to discuss the… Read More

The mysterious case of the Georgetown students’ Key Bridge jump video

The remnants of the YouTube video in question A few weeks ago, Georgetown basketball blog Casual Hoya ran a post about a YouTube video of two male Georgetown students jumping off the Key Bridge into the Potomac River. … Read More

‘Splosions! On the Potomac! By Key Bridge!

This is exactly what it’s going to look like What do you get when cross  “elite Washington field office of the FBI and a team of agents with exceptional and diverse skills who are called together for only… Read More

Is the Kappa Hop Georgetown’s Smoot?

If you’re a Georgetown student, chances are that at some time you’ve walked by the “265 Kappa Hops” message taped on the sidewalk of the Key Bridge’s D.C. side. Like me, you’d probably never given it much thought…. Read More