“Drunken Georgetown Students” blogger resumes posting, lurks outside parties

He’s back. And he’s calling us pigs. This past Sunday, Georgetown resident, former American University professor, and founder of the website “Drunken Georgetown Students” Stephen R. Brown posted a minute-long video with an aerial view of a daytime house party on 37th Street in Burleith. The video scans over a view of a beer can in the […]

ANC2E and BCA/CAG file more compaints against the Campus Plan

This week, the Advisory Neighborhood Commission[PDF] and the Burleith Citizens Association/Citizen’s Association of Georgetown[PDF] filed their final responses to the University’s latest appeasement efforts with the Zoning Commission. And nothing’s changed. All three organizations want all students on campus, and all of the University’s actions have been nothing but ineffective posturing. But let’s jump into the […]

Campus Plan negotiations extended until November

On Monday night, the D.C. Zoning Commission voted 5-0 to allow the University until November 17 to bargain with the D.C. Department of Transportation and neighborhood groups on the details of its 2010 Campus Plan. This move would push back final ruling on the University’s ten-year land-use plan – which it must get approved to […]

Burlieth resident calls for the removal of John DeGioia, Jack Evans

No Stephen R. Brown blog is complete without his camera skillz How does Burleith resident Stephen R. Brown follow up his instant hit of a blog “Drunken Georgetown Students“? By calling for the removal of Georgetown President Jack DeGioia and Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans on of course! Blogging at RemoveJack.com and RemoveJackEvans.com, two blogs […]

Jack Evans chimes in on 2010 campus plan at BCA meeting

Thursday night’s Burleith Citizens Association meeting featured an appearance by Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans, who answered residents’ concerns about Georgetown’s 2010 campus plan. While standing between two of the BCA’s ubiquitous “Our Homes, Not GU’s Dorm” lawn signs, Evans voiced his support for Burleith residents. However, he also told the crowd that he has […]

Prefrosh Preview: Off-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox has compiled a guide to “news you can use”, or in other words, an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the off-campus issues that made headlines. Georgetown’s 2010 Campus Plan Every ten years, the University has to submit a campus plan to the D.C. […]

GU’s 2010 Campus Plan gets nod in mayoral candidate debate

Well, what do you know—Foxhall residents have a few reasons hate the 2010 Campus Plan, too! At last night’s mayoral candidate debate, an audience member from Foxhall, an affluent neighborhood north of both the University and Burleith, asked the three candidates what they thought of a few elements of the 2010 Campus Plan—specifically, its plans […]

Burleith’s major misunderstandings about the 2010 Campus Plan

Although nothing agitates the blood of a Vox reader quite like a post about a Citizens Association of Georgetown meeting about the 2010 Campus Plan, you’ve got to hand it to our neighbors in West Georgetown—they know that plan backwards and forwards. CAG seems to have a clear idea about what exactly in the plan […]

ANC Wrapup: Harassment, crêpes, and Late Night Shots

With everyone’s favorite amateur photog soliciting ANC support, a bi-decennial liquor license moratorium discussion, a Late Night Shots founder pushing for greater leeway for his new restaurant, and a debate about the relative merits of pizza and crepes as drunk food, May’s ANC meeting was about as exciting as they come. Stalker Becomes Stalkee? DrunkenGeorgetownStudents.com […]

Students and University respond to “Drunken Georgetown Students” site

So, maybe Georgetown students aren’t drunk all of the time. In recent days, both the University and students have responded to “Drunken Georgetown Students,” the website that’s fueled rampant procrastination all week long. In an e-mail statement, Director of Media Relations Andy Pino wrote, “[The University does] not believe the site is a constructive attempt […]

“Drunken Georgetown Students” shut down, rises again on Blogspot

Drunkengeorgetownstudents.com, the website every Georgetown student loves to hate, was taken offline these evening by server host Heller Information Services (HIS), only to reappear hours later at drunkengeorgetownstudents.blogspot.com. “I was pressured by the server to take [the site] down,” Stephen R. Brown, the Burleith resident who runs the site, said in a telephone interview. “I […]