Closing the Pub: Georgetown’s all-time worst idea

Georgetown has spoken. (Er … voted.) Closing Georgetown’s once-upon-a-time, on-campus bar, the Pub, was the worst idea the University has had. Ever! “Revising the alcohol policy” and “selling WGTB’s radio license” finished in second and third place, respectively…. Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: A final countdown

We’ve run the gauntlet of Georgetown’s worst ideas. We argued over party fuck-ups, embarrassing alumni, property mistakes, and hell, we even let your suggestions duke it out. (Congrats to “hoyaalum” for winning the wonderfully appropriate prize—a Georgetown shot… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Wild card, bitches!

As always, Vox readers came through with some fantastic submissions. (And we learned that you’re a terribly cynical bunch!) You’ll find our favorites below, with a little bit of background info added to help you along. Closing the… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Wild card edition

For the final round of our “Worst Idea” feature, we’re turning over the nomination process to the wild world of Vox commenters. Think you know Georgetown’s worst idea ever? Let us know in the comments. On Thursday night,… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Property edition

This week’s “Worst Idea” covers two of Georgetown’s silliest property-related decisions: building Lauinger Library as a brutalist interpretation of Healy Hall, and selling WGTB’s radio license. We’ll keep the polls open for your votes until next week, when… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Alumni edition

After the alcohol policy’s resounding victory, we’re moving onto a new category: Georgetown alumni. Whose diploma do you wish Georgetown would take back and tear to shreds? We’ll keep the polls open for your votes until next week,… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Party edition

For the next couple of weeks, Voice Managing Editor Molly Redden and I will be pitting the University’s most foolish decisions against one another in a feature we’re calling “The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had.” Today, we discuss two… Read More