Spotted: Two potential CAG security cameras on 34th and N Street

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Recently, a¬†Voice¬†staffer discovered two suspicious-looking cameras peeping out of a house on the corner of 34th and N Street, about three blocks from campus. Careful where you stop to surreptitiously kiss your… Read More

Comments of the Week: Endless GUTS bus rides and sexy reality stars

Campus news has been slow these past few weeks, but that hasn’t stopped commenters from finding something to be angry about. Since our last comments of the week, Vox reported on the extended GUTS bus route and let… Read More

Georgetown student allegedly threw a brick through a neighbor’s car window

Late Wednesday night, according to the Georgetown Dish, several Georgetown residents in the 1400 block of 33rd Street heard loud smashing sounds from the street, and, going outside, discovered that one car’s window was smashed in completely and… Read More

Mayor Gray joins President DeGioia at annual holiday reception with the neighbors

Last night in Healy Hall, administrators, neighborhood residents and community leaders gathered for the university’s twelfth annual holiday reception with Georgetown’s neighbors. Notable attendees this year were University President John J. DeGioia, D.C. Assistant Police Chief Patrick Burke,… Read More

Comments of the Week: New editor, same Vox

Are they serious? makes a comparison I can’t particularly disagree with: Admirable post from JA, but there is no point in being thoughtful and constructive at this point. Waste of time. Neighbors will stake our most extreme position… Read More

University to help students find housing through lists of good and bad landlords

In effort to improve town-gown relations and to provide information for students sub-letting houses and apartments in surrounding neighborhoods, Georgetown University will be publishing two lists, naming the landlords that they would recommend students to sublet from, and… Read More

No plans tomorrow? Picnic with your friendly neighbors!

It’s no news that Georgetown University students have a somewhat contentious relationship with our neighbors to the North. Read: Burleithers hate us. So it’s no wonder that most of us probably didn’t receive invites to the Burleith Annual… Read More

Stephanopoulos sells Georgetown home for a scant $5.45 million

Good Morning America‘s new anchor is starting life in a new house in New York, which means that the Georgetown neighborhood is now short one short celebrity. George Stephanopoulos has just sold his Georgetown home for $5.45 million… Read More

Burleith Citizens’ Association sounds the 2010 Campus Plan rallying cry

University administrators held the first of five November meetings with neighbors about their new draft of the 2010 Campus Plan last week. There seemed to be a fair amount for neighbors to be excited about at the meeting… Read More

E-mails between CAG and the ANC reveal neighbors’ involvement in creating Magis Row

When Georgetown announced plans to establish Magis Row, the block of 16 townhouses designated for living and learning communities that sit on the only strip of University property facing residential homes, the Voice editorial board and many students… Read More