Public Safety Alert: 50 cartons of cigarettes stolen from Vittles

At approximately 3:37 p.m. today, an unknown individual broke into a storage locker of Vital Vittles and stole 50 cartons of cigarettes. A Corp employee reported the theft to the Department of Public Safety. Both DPS and MPD authorities… Read More

Comments of the Week: Fight the Power

Hoya thinks this “White Student’s Union” is much ado about nothing: We already have a White Student Union. It’s called GUSA. Tim has an idea for the future of the Corp: Working cameras, pursuing a suspect, and getting… Read More

Large sum of money stolen from Vital Vittles this afternoon

Update, 11:40 a.m.: While the DPS public safety alert about the incident issued last night said the amount stolen was approximately $600, it appears that number is incorrect. In a statement to the Hoya, Corp CEO Alex Pon… Read More

Free Food-for-All: These milkshakes would make Kelis blush

Best. Sampling. Ever. This Thursday, the Corp will be sampling those F’Real milkshakes and smoothies that are now available at Vital Vittles. (The chocolate milkshake is delicious. We’ve had, like, 15 of them already.) Stop by Red Square… Read More

Lupe Fiasco ticket prices finalized, already available online

As you already know, Lupe Fiasco will perform outside of McDonough Gymnasium on October 30 at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are already on sale online through Ticket Alternative, but will also be sold in Red Square, Vital Vittles, and… Read More

Corp to absorb new soda tax, continue charging $1

The Corp plans to absorb a new tax on sugared drinks as a business cost, maintaining the price of 20 ounce bottles at one dollar. The law, which goes into effect on October 1, levies a six percent… Read More

Lauinger ditches bookshelves, opening space in front of Midnight Mug

If you’ve been to Lauinger since you’ve been back on campus, you may have noticed a small, but shocking change to the area—open spaces. The bookshelves that once stood directly across from the coffee shop are gone, replaced… Read More

Shot of Charity partners with Dean & Deluca in Manhattan

Shot of Charity, a nonprofit group founded by three Georgetown grad students, has ventured outside of the District to bring its philanthropic activities to New York City. Watch out, Blair Waldorf! Starting June 21st, customers at the Dean… Read More

With progress slow but steady, Davis Center Corp café could start construction this summer

At the beginning of this semester, The Hoya reported that the planned Davis Center Corp café, which the Corp had anticipated opening in November 2009 when it announced plans to build it in June, was not only behind… Read More

Seven Georgetown-area restaurants cited as medium-risk health code violators in 2009

Yesterday, we cataloged the health violations of four Georgetown-area food establishments that had been pegged as “high-risk” by the Health and Regulations Licensing Administration within the last year or so—Leo’s, Epicurean & Co., The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro…. Read More