Have a happy Thanksgiving, Vox!

This post marks the last you’ll hear from us here at Vox until next week, as we’ll also be celebrating Thanksgiving Day. Well, more importantly we’ll be celebrating Black Friday, which has now creeped into Thursday. So Black Thursday? Anyways, we won’t be posting the rest of the week assuming there aren’t any massive scandals over […]

Twuesday Tweetacular: The Thanksgiving hangover

Though Fiona Meagher is correct in implying that we are all slowly being absorbed by social media, Thanksgiving is a holiday because we only reserve those special days for extended family feuds and heated Scrabble games. In response to the harsh criticism of American society presented by Georgetown Hot Mess, Vox has devised a clever solution: just […]

Comments of the Week: We forgot to give thanks

Last week, Voxy Gurl took a break for Thanksgiving, and left y’all in the dust. But don’t worry because we’re back in action this week. Though the holiday ended days ago, we’d like to take this moment to thank our commenters for their love disguised in angsty comments, and we’d like to give thanks to the brave […]

Happy Thanksgiving from Page 13!

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Vox is taking a break to give thanks

Vox will be taking off for Thanksgiving break, as we rest our minds and casually stuff our faces. There will be a post or two this weekend, and we’ll be back to our normal posting schedule on Monday. If you find yourself lacking stimulation before then, you can always investigate what happens with all the money […]

We Are Georgetown and You’re Not: Kansas

While most Hoyas will be spending their Thanksgiving breaks in the continental United States, our men’s basketball team is in Hawaii this week to play in the EA Sports Maui Invitational. Check out our preview of the Invitational over on the main Voice website. Here on Vox, we focus on the Hoyas’ first matchup tonight (11:50 p.m. ET […]

Ye olde Thanksgiving at Georgetown University

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer [Editor's Note: This post was originally published last year.] Thanksgiving dinners and football may be proud American traditions, but nowadays, they don’t figure very heavily into life at Georgetown. That wasn’t always the case. Students used to celebrate Thanksgiving Day all together on campus (forget skipping your Wednesday classes) […]

Site news: We’re not allowed to blog at the dinner table

Since we plan to gorge ourselves with turkey for a better part of the next 48 hours, we’re closing the blog doors early this week. (We promise to jump into action if any important news breaks.) But, we can’t go dark before giving thanks to Vox‘s readers and commenters. From your thoughtful debates to your […]

Thanksgiving: The beginning of breakup season

Take note, couples: Your turkey might be tough to swallow this Thanksgiving. After tracking more than 10,000 Facebook relationships, British journalist and designer David McCandless graphed users’ breakups against the calendar year. The result? Breakups peak in the spring and late fall during college students’ mid-year vacations. Thanksgiving is the first time many students go home, […]

Ye olde Thanksgiving at Georgetown University

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Thanksgiving dinners and football may be proud American traditions, but nowadays, they don’t figure very heavily into life at Georgetown. That wasn’t always the case. Students used to celebrate Thanksgiving Day all together on campus (forget skipping your Wednesday classes) and Georgetown University used to annually host the Washington […]

A guide to Thanksgiving dinners in Georgetown

Those of you who don’t live on the East Coast may be staying at Georgetown for Thanksgiving—but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a Chicken Madness while everyone else enjoys stuffing and pumpkin pie. Voice Leisure editor Chris Heller has put together a list of D.C. restaurants that are open for business this […]