Churros and mango salad appear in small plate form at Leo’s

What is this specimen? It’s sugary, it looks like a doughnut, and reminds me of my study abroad  semester in Spain. But  no. Churros at Leo’s. Not possible. Apparently, it’s “Maximum Mexican” day at Leo’s. The last time you were… Read More

Students slam Aramark at first Hoya Roundtables on Leo’s

During the first Hoya Roundtable of the new school year, students had the chance to voice their concerns about the facilities at Georgetown. As usual, students were concerned about the most important facility at Georgetown: Leo O’Donovan Dining… Read More

Leo’s passes second health inspection with zero violations

The Department of Health recently released a secondary, “follow-up” report that took place on September 24th for the Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall. The report shows that Leo’s passed in every single category. There were no observations that required… Read More

Comments of the Week: Age has powerful effects on the mind

Last week, Vox Populi had the great fortune of an opportunity to interview the famed ANC Commissioner Ron Lewis, a man who has gone so far as to endorse 100 percent students housed on campus to now becoming a crucial advocate and… Read More

Breaking: Leo’s health inspection reports eight violations

Yesterday, D.C.’s Department of Health released its annual health inspection report on Georgetown’s Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall, identifying six critical violations and two non-critical. Leo’s is in the third level risk category. The report form states that “six or… Read More

This Week in the Voice: The Life of a G.I. Jane Hoya

This week’s Feature delves into the lives of women in Georgetown’s ROTC program. ““Sometimes I feel like it is a love-hate relationship,” said Chloé Nalbantian (COL ‘15), a cadet in Georgetown’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program. To… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Eating at Leo’s—A Primer

Georgetown has but one, single dining hall—everyone’s favorite, Leo J. O’Donovan’s. The University considers purchasing a meal plan a “fundamental part of developing community among resident students,” which seems to be true, though it may be more of… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: We don’t need no stinkin’ transparency

Sam Ungar shows how only GUSA could make a discussion about transparency completely opaque. Josh, you have no idea how happy former Hoya Bill Clinton is that GUSA senator Daniel LaMagna (COL ’13) took this dubious honor from… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: What’s up with that wall?

Kathryn Berg questions the administration’s bizarre approach to the construction of the science building. Conspiracy theorists, now is your time to shine. Former Vox editor Nico Dodd doesn’t realize that it really was Chinese food. Well actually, it was… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to enjoying (and surviving) Leo’s

Our very own Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall is a bit of a bonding experience for all freshmen and sophomores, who must submit to the mandatory meal plan, barring a few exceptions. Vegetarianism doesn’t get you a pass on Leo’s,… Read More