Half-priced food and drinks take over Georgetown, students rejoice

It seems that Georgetown restaurants can’t get enough of college students. More and more establishments now offer half price specials, almost guaranteeing that their lines go out the door on those special days. So, we’ve compiled a list,… Read More

GU Law professor wants to ride his bicycle

For many Georgetown Law professors, orientation activities are an easy way to introduce law students to D.C. These activities probably seem familiar to anyone who remembers New Student Orientation: trips to the monuments, visiting Capitol Hill, and those… 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

Sophomores bring “Nightly Noms” to Georgetown

Who doesn’t love late-night snacks? We certainly do, but we rarely have enough time to bake our own brownies, cookies, or muffins. Thankfully, somebody at Georgetown is looking out for us. Last semester, Elizabeth Sabol-Jones (COL ’13) launched… Read More

If you play sports for Georgetown, you won the weekend

If you watched a Georgetown team play this weekend, odds are you saw some Hoyas lay a beatdown on their opponents. And trust us, it was something special; Sports Info Director Mex Carey dug through the records, learning… Read More

Bradley Cooper speaks in Gaston, campus population swoons

Last night, Bradley Cooper (COL ’97) spoke in Gaston Hall. And by “spoke,” we  mean “gracefully dodged cringe-worthy advances from giggling females.” The Hangover star opened up the evening by briefly reminiscing on his three years at Georgetown. (Cooper… Read More

#followfriday, Georgetown edition

Although our Prefrosh Preview series is over, we still have one more thing to share with Georgetown’s newest students—Twitter. While plenty of stories end up on Vox, we cover even more through our Twitter account. So, follow us…. Read More

Ted Leonsis shows alma mater some advertising love

Ted Leonsis (COL ’77), the owner of the Verizon Center, had a few words about the building’s new banner, which features senior guard Chris Wright. “We want to support Georgetown basketball, too. They are tenants in the building,” Leonsis… Read More