Georgetown professors host new “Faith Complex” series with the Washington Post

The summer got you hankering for some Georgetown education? Luckily for you, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and the Program for Jewish Civilization have just started producing a new series, “Faith Complex,” about religion,… Read More

“The Cuddle Peep” diorama the Washington Post wouldn’t run

For the past three years, the Post has run an Easter feature called “Peeps Show,” a Peep diorama contest. The results are as delightful as you’d imagine marshmallow-fluff-bunny dioramas would beā€”this year’s finalists include “Peeptown Cupcakes,” an even… Read More

Video: Explosion on the Potomac!

The Washington Post captured this video of the much-hyped sculling explosion that CBS Paramount executed at 3 p.m. this afternoon (not between 9:30 and 12:00, as announced) for a pilot episode of “Washington Field.” Was the special effects… Read More

The Post tries to give advice to freshmen; hilarity ensues

The Washington Post is good at a lot of things: Pulitzer Prize-winning Joshua Bell articles, investigative series on the kind of people who shoot their friends in the face, and reliable coverage of one of the worst teams… Read More

Times to Post: “Look, some college kids don’t sell out!”

Remember that Washingon Post Magazine Cover story about how everyone who’s anyone ends up in finance and the rest of us are doomed to be ditch diggers? Well, this week the New York Times seeks to debunk the… Read More

Post romps, are you watching?

Sam immediately noticed what’s become a pretty obvious trend since free newspapers hit the Georgetown campus a month ago: the Times is always the first to go, usually disappearing entirely while most copies of the Post still sit… Read More

Is the Kappa Hop Georgetown’s Smoot?

If you’re a Georgetown student, chances are that at some time you’ve walked by the “265 Kappa Hops” message taped on the sidewalk of the Key Bridge’s D.C. side. Like me, you’d probably never given it much thought…. Read More

Hope-ing to engage on the same level

Avid readers of The Washington Post were regaled Wednesday morning by Hope C. Bogorad’s letter to the editor ridiculing student complaints about Georgetown’s new alcohol policies. Besides being based on multiple logical fallacies–most notably, straw man (claiming that… Read More

Hey, is that an election coming up?

D.C. is voting for a new mayor Tuesday, and it’s pretty much the only thing I’ve been thinking about for the past two weeks (shameless self-promotion alert). Here are a couple of things to chew on before the… Read More