Venus Fly Trap: Your newest Vox contributor

It broke our hearts when we learned that Georgetown’s resident blog queen, Venus Fly Trap, shut down her site this summer. So, we invited her to join Vox. Starting in two weeks, VFT will post bi-monthly advice columns… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Illicit activities

Below, we’ve republished Juliana Brint’s August 2009 post about “all the various vices you might be interested in engaging in during college: drinking, drugs, sex and smoking.” And here’s our disclaimer: Vox isn’t endorsing any of these activities…. Read More

Georgetown University holds its ground with Plan A Hoyas

Members of Plan A Hoyas met with administrators on Tuesday to discuss Georgetown’s sexual health policies. Although they promised to meet with Plan A again, the Georgetown administrators who were present at the meeting do not seem to… Read More

Chained to the statue of Georgetown’s founder, members of Plan A Hoyas continue protests in front of prospective students

Get the flash player here: Updated 8:10 p.m.: After receiving a letter from Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson, the protesters unchained themselves from the statue. Plan A would not release the letter, but said they… Read More

Demands unanswered by the school, Plan A Hoyas employ guerrilla theater

We’ve seen what Georgetown University President looks like as a Jack-o-lantern—but what if he were a leprechaun? Seems he’d be sporting a green fedora and prancing around Red Square, telling passersby and angry members of Plan A Hoyas,… Read More

Georgetown’s CAPS gives you 10 reasons to date instead of hook up

Sex Positive Week 2010—a week geared toward helping students feel comfortable talking openly about sex and sexuality—is wrapping up. For its part, the Voice was pleased to see the University fund SPW for a second year in a… Read More

Georgetown SAC approves University funding for Sex Positive Week events

On Monday, the Student Activities Commission heard proposals from the students planning Sex Positive Week, a weeklong series of events designed to encourage discussion about sex and sexuality at Georgetown University, and ultimately approved funding for all the… Read More

Students brainstorm for this year’s Sex Positive week

“An urban tantra workshop.” “An event in support of survivors of sexual assault and fighting rape culture.” “A forum on virginity and celibacy.” “An orgasm workshop.” Those are some of the events that the 20 students crammed onto… Read More

Donna Freitas (COL ’94) discusses the negative impact of “the hook-up culture”

Last night, students and faculty gathered in McNeir auditorium to discuss something that isn’t usually talked about at events sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry: hooking-up. In the first of a four-part series on “The Sacred and… Read More

Trojan gives Georgetown a 2.1 GPA on Sexual Health Report Card

Trojan just released its annual Sexual Health Report Card for colleges and universities and once again Georgetown is near the bottom of the pack.  This year we received a “GPA” of 2.13 and we’re ranked 121 out of… Read More