Lauinger Library, anonymous sex mecca?

Lau, you filthy, filthy library, you! Over at one of City Paper‘s blogs, the Sexist, Amanda Hess has been doing a series on glory holes and public sex in D.C. in honor of “Glory Hole Month.” Today, she… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: The persistence of preppiness, short-term GUTS memory

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! Leslie Gordon found that… Read More

$9,480 worth of equipment stolen from Gelardin

$9,480 worth of equipment was stolen from the Gelardin New Media Center’s Production Studio, according to Metropolitan Police Department records obtained by the Voice. The theft occurred sometime between 8 p.m. on Monday, May 18 and 11 a.m…. Read More

Memorial Day: Remembering Joseph Mark Lauinger

On this Memorial Day, we’d like to spend a little time remembering one of the many Georgetown alumni who gave his life for our country. Joseph Mark Lauinger was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on July 5, 1945 to… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: our favorite philosophers, GW Swine Flu grows on us

We at Vox wade through the web 2.0 morass and pick out the top 5 Georgetown tweets of the week. Wanna be considered? Start following GtownVoxPop on Twitter and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor… Read More

Todd Olson talks Ten Year Plan

Georgetown administrators Todd Olson and Charles DeSantis met with student reporters last week to talk about Georgetown’s Ten Year Plan for campus expansion. The plan’s name might sound Stalinist, but its goals–potential ideas include a new “green” initiative,… Read More

Special Collections isn’t a hassle at all

The Special Collections staff on the fifth floor of Lauinger Library, especially Lynn Conway the Georgetown archivist, was an invaluable help in researching this week’s feature (providing newspaper clippings, old yearbooks, and other relevant artifacts). Staff members are… Read More

The Lower Level is getting out of hand

-Will Sommer, blog editor

Lauinger carrels remain out of reach

A study carrel in Lauinger is the Mercedes of studying. Carrels have locks, privacy, and windows. If you had one, you wouldn’t have to carry your laptop with you everywhere for fear of theft, or ask someone near… Read More

Gelardin trusts you 6 times more than it did last semester

In a move that didn’t generate nearly as much excitement as it deserved to, whoever runs Gelardin New Media Center decided recently that DVDs, VHSes, and CDs can be checked out for a full 24 hours. You’d expect… Read More