The Atlantic describes Lau’s architecture as “soul-crushing”

Lau looks so bad, you don’t even need to pull an all-nighter in there to feel depressed about it. At least, that’s what The Atlantic‘s recent architecture analysis article says about the brutalist library before going on to explain that… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Who even listens to the Goo Goo Dolls anymore?

Hey Austin Freeman, Sims didn’t cry on Senior Day. He probably cried when he watched The Notebook, but I mean, who doesn’t? Julia Ryan fails to realize that this was a surprise for the 90 percent of the audience… Read More

Vox‘s favorite study spots for final exams

With finals fast approaching and Lauinger reaching capacity every night, Vox has put together a list of some of Georgetown’s other, better places to study this finals season (not including the place we want to keep secret for… Read More

Lauinger ditches bookshelves, opening space in front of Midnight Mug

If you’ve been to Lauinger since you’ve been back on campus, you may have noticed a small, but shocking change to the area—open spaces. The bookshelves that once stood directly across from the coffee shop are gone, replaced… Read More

Washington City Paper to computerless District dwellers: Steal GU’s internet!

Pegged to the story of Eric Sheptock, a homeless man in D.C. who has blogged about homeless issues all the way to CNN, NPR, and the Washington Post, the Washington City Paper has put together a guide of… Read More

The Voice‘s favorite study spots and other academic alcoves on campus

“Studying”: Not just for Lauinger anymore! First, the bad news: Vox will be blogging on a reduced schedule during study days, finals, and winter break. We’ll do our best to run three posts a day, but finals may… Read More

Wireless and double-sided printing are coming to Lauinger Library

Print from the comfort of those cozy-looking chairs! Shifting impatiently from one foot to another while the person in front of you uses the wrong Lau 3 printer to print a PDF may soon be a thing of… Read More

Laptop confiscations in Lau were inconsistent with DPS policy, DPS Associate Director now says

Last week, the Voice reported that the Department of Public Safety had been zealously enforcing a previously unknown policy of confiscating unattended laptops in Lauinger Library. When asked about the confiscations, DPS Associate Director Joseph Smith wrote in… Read More

Lauinger finally gets a makeover

Lauinger Library finally got a spruce-up.  Unfortunately we’re not talking about the physical space—we’re talking about their web presence. Today, the library revealed its newly redesigned website, and it looks pretty snazzy. With a nice blue and gray… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Crushing dreams, Lau waterfalls and the ESPN divide

Want a shot at your own 15 seconds of internet micro-micro-fame? Start following us on Twitter (GtownVoxPop) and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor and you’ll automatically be in the running! Jack Stuef wondered what… Read More