ANC Wrapup: Neighbors give GU approval to build what neighbors pressured GU to build

Monday night, the fearless ANC approved zoning requests for the Northeast Triangle Dorm and  renovation of the old Jesuit residence, and continued their hallowed tradition of deliberating on how hard life is in the Georgetown Historic District. In… Read More

Comments of the Week: Chris Brown prison blues

Last week, Vox laughed at Chris Brown's assault arrest, saw more living wage legislation move into the D.C. Council, and heard Senator Dick Durbin (SFS '66, L '69) talk about his work on immigration reform. When Northeast Triangle… Read More

Administration engages students on Northeast Triangle dorm… again

The most particular details of the Northeast Triangle dorm were released last week during a planning session between the dorm’s architects, administrators, and student leaders. The University has tried to take student body criticism of a lack of… Read More

University relents, satellite campus option dead

The University confirmed today that it has officially tabled the satellite dorm option in favor of renovating the old Jesuit residences, Ryan and Mulledy, for student accommodations in order to satisfy the Campus Plan student housing requirements. This… Read More

The meh heard round the world: Northeast Triangle has slightly updated design

On Tuesday evening, the principal architects of the Northeast Triangle Dorm from Sasaki Associates held an interactive forum in Sellinger Lounge. The meeting gave students the opportunity to raise concerns and get answers about the planned residence hall. Despite… Read More

The struggle to fit more than 4,000 students on Georgetown’s hundred acres: a concise history

Yesterday, the University filled a request with the D.C. Zoning Commission to renovate Ryan Hall, Mulledy Building, and Gervase Building, which served as the Jesuit Residence prior to 2003, for student housing. According to the University’s Master Planning blog,… Read More

Students leaders launch campaign, referendum to oppose satellite dorm

Update, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.: The petition by the One Georgetown, One Campus campaign has received 412 signatures, according to an email from Zach Singer. As 300 signatures are required in order to push through a referendum, the question of… Read More

Bureaucracy Inaction: Old Georgetown Board doesn’t really do anything about the new dorm

Before we all ended up on a rapid downward spiral, drunk on the sight of tentative sketches, thankfully, the Old Georgetown Board made the non-decision we all needed to be yanked back to reality. The architects have repeatedly… Read More

Comments of the Week: The one comment thread to rule them all

Last week, Vox kicked into maximum overdrive and moved back to the full posting regimen of the school year. Summer has ended and classes are here. Vox covered the new open container rules in Village A and Henle, the better (but… Read More

Well, it’s still not Healy: Architects unveil new design to unsatisfied students at forum

At the Northeast Triangle forum last night, Sasaki architects Katia Lucic and Ricardo Dumont unveiled the updated proposal for Georgetown’s next dorm, the original plans which, for some of you, nearly matched Lau’s status as a scar of ugliness… Read More