Comments of the Week: Another week, another protest

Last  week, while getting really, really  pumped for winter weather, Vox saw an inauguration, the Hoyas clinch victory over Louisville, and J.J. debut his new balloon-popping routine. Here’s what Vox‘s never-failing commenters had to say last week. Lobbying in the… Read More

The Week in Photos: Snow blankets Georgetown and eye candy for dog lovers

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Photos: Camilla Moscoso (slides 1-5), Courtesy Fr. Christopher Steck (slide 6), Miles Gavin Meng (slide 7), and Courtesy Sydney Browning (slide 8)

Is it ever safe to eat freshly fallen snow?

Om nom? As Georgetown is blanketed in the fluffy white stuff for the first time in months, students unaccustomed to winter weather will be tempted to catch snowflakes on their tongues. While proscriptions against eating yellow snow have… Read More

D.C. under winter weather advisory (again): Public Works sends out the plows

Snow over Village A rooftops Update, 12:45 pm: Expecting more snow, Public Works is sending out plows again tonight in anticipation of Friday’s “storm.” They will focus on residential streets this time, instead of heavily trafficked roads. The… Read More

D.C. under a winter weather watch: Up to 4 inches of snow forecasted for tomorrow

…but probably not. Update, 2:00 pm: As the day progresses, weather forecasts are predicting lower and lower chances of any precipitation at all, let alone snow. Even so, the District government is still bracing for a blizzard, and… Read More

Classes aren’t cancelled, but we can leave liberally

Liberal leave: it’s better than nothing.

East Campus outage continues as PEPCO delayed by weather

Looks like East Campus residents are stuck huddling together in Lauinger or Sellinger Lounge for a while. In an email sent to East Campus residents at 8:30 p.m., Executive Director of Student Housing Patrick Killilee announced that PEPCO … Read More

Power outage plagues East Campus during storm

A power outage in East Campus that began this afternoon has yet to be fixed, according to East Campus Hall Director Billy Colona. “At this time, neither I nor Housing have any information on the restoration of power… Read More

Afternoon classes cancelled thanks to snow storm

According to a University Broadcast, classes that begin after 2:40 p.m. today are canceled. Our friends over at Washington Post‘s Capital Weather Gang are predicting four to eight inches of snow tonight, so be sure to keep refreshing… Read More

Washington media reminds us that Presidents’ Day is for crybabies

Complaining about Monday classes? Well, Vox doesn’t blame you, but the D.C. media and their readers are complaining about you. That’s right, upon hearing about Georgetown’s earnest Facebook efforts to protest the administration’s decision to bag our Presidents’… Read More