H1N1 cases at Georgetown drop after September peak

Students wait in line for the H1N1 vaccine on Friday When we reported on H1N1 cases at Georgetown in late September, the virus had infected about 250 students and the number of cases was rising precipitously every day…. Read More

Swine flu infects over 250 Georgetown students

250 of these guys running around campus As of Monday, Georgetown has had around 250 cases of H1N1, or swine flu, according to an e-mail from Dr. James Welsh, Assistant Vice President for Student Health. Last Tuesday, Georgetown’s… Read More

H1N1 attacks college campuses, beer pong and sardine-like dorms blamed for spread

Swine Flu: Scourge of college coeds everywhere As you’ve surely noticed from your hacking, sniffly friends and classmates, H1N1 has hit Georgetown.  But we’re not the only ones: a virulent H1N1 strain has spread rapidly through several D.C…. Read More

Georgetown braces for the return of H1N1

Hey, great to see you again! How was your summer, H1N1? The beginning of the school year is always full of logistical challenges for college administrators, but this year they’ve got another potential problem to deal with: swine… Read More

Three at Georgetown get swine flu

Behavior we suggest you avoid This evening, the Assistant Vice President of Student Health sent out a broadcast email saying that on Friday and this morning, D.C. health officials confirmed that three members of the “University community” had… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: our favorite philosophers, GW Swine Flu grows on us

We at Vox wade through the web 2.0 morass and pick out the top 5 Georgetown tweets of the week. Wanna be considered? Start following GtownVoxPop on Twitter and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor… Read More

Two probable cases of Swine Flu at GW

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty announced this afternoon that there are two probable cases of Swine Flu at nearby George Washington University. Earlier this week, the Hatchet reported that two students had tested positive for the “A strain” of… Read More

Swine Flu update: Travel tips and standing up for (sub-par?) sanitizer

With a World Bank employee and White House staffer confirmed as the first D.C.-area swine flu cases and outbreaks popping up and Universities, it’s easy to get freaked out about Swine Flu (or, in more politically correct terms,… Read More

Georgetown to Swine Flu: DO NOT WANT!

Pandemic? Or, perfect excuse to postpone your finals? Having learned earlier this year how quickly a college campus can turn into a cesspool, Georgetown officials are taking all precautions to prevent a Hilltop swine flu epidemic (including kicking… Read More