Better than a cup of coffee, the Morning Digest will provide you with what you need to be prepared for the day: a daily round-up of links, local news, and important events on campus and around D.C. Today has a good chance of rain with a high of 64. Update, 6:22 pm: There is a […]
First lady Michelle Obama is coming to Georgetown today to speak to high school students participating in a youth mentoring program. Students from Wheaton High School and Anacostia High School will spend the day at Georgetown where they will take tours and visit classes. The AP reports that Michelle Obama will answer questions from students in the […]
The public service announcement that First Lady Michelle Obama filmed last month with tennis legends Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf premiered Monday evening. The PSA premiered during a charity match between Agassi and Pete Sampras. The commercial play throughout the US Open Series this summer.
First Lady Michelle Obama will film an anti-obesity public service announcement in Yates Field House tomorrow. 5:00 p.m. update: Katie McCormick Lelyveld (COL ’01), Obama’s press secretary, released the following statement to the Voice: Georgetown is providing a venue to the United States Tennis Association for tapings that include First Lady Michelle Obama and the […]
In an address to a meeting of the National Military Family Association, First Lady Michelle Obama introduced plans for aiding the families of military members who are serving overseas. The conference—“When Parents Deploy: Understanding the Experience of Military Children and Spouses”—was held at the Georgetown University Conference Center today. Unveiling President Barack Obama’s call for […]
Barack and Michelle Obama picked M. Street restaurant Citronelle for their first date of his presidency last night. Citronelle is a high-end French restaurant run by Chef Michel Richard Citronelle which boasts a 8,000 bottle wine cellar the title of 2nd best D.C. restaurant, according to Washingtonian. Here’s the part of the ridiculously detailed White […]