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#BDGU online conversation to bring awareness to disabled community at Georgetown

A tweet from Chris DeLorenzo reads, “T-minus 12 hours until we remind the Georgetown community that disabled people exist. #BDGU” Following hashtags that discussed being black, Latino, and Asian at Georgetown, Lydia Brown (COL ’15), a disability rights… Read More

#BAGU adds to recent online conversations on diversity at Georgetown

The next Twitter protest is officially here. BAGU, Being Asian and Pacific American at Georgetown, hopes to follow in the footsteps of #BBGU and #BLGU to add to the ongoing dialogue about race/ethnicity and diversity at Georgetown. It… Read More

GUGS gets (char)coal for Christmas, but it wasn’t being naughty

The Georgetown University Grilling Society was just awarded a year’s supply of charcoal and gift cards to Walmart. Vox is thinking: yay more burgers! But wait… why? Nothing’s free (‘specially at Georgetown). Well, the reason why is a bit… Read More

Tuesday Tweetacular: Relationship woes and MSBros

Once again Twitter assures us that we have lost all of our interpersonal skills. It’s ok though, Alex. Now there’s smartphone-controlled vibrating underwear. Looks like Jeff‘s been hanging around Brown House a little too much – hanging around as… Read More

Georgetown Israel Alliance apologizes, defends inappropriate tweet

Yesterday, Georgetown’s pro-Israel student group, Georgetown Israel Alliance, stirred controversy when they posted on Twitter about the race riots in Israel targeted at Sudanese and Somalian asylum seekers. In their Twitter, @Hoyas4Israel, the group said: “Israel! Be nicer to… Read More

Overheard in Georgetown premieres on Twitter

Did you hear a ridiculous conversation on campus today? If so, now you can share them with the Georgetown Twitterverse via the new Twitter account @OHGeorgetown. @OHGeorgetown, or as it’s better known Overheard in Georgetown, began tweeting on… Read More

@GUDay2011 makes us yearn for April, Georgetown Day

This morning, the University posted its first message on the official Georgetown Day Twitter account, @GUDay2011. Is it too early to think about Georgetown Day? Maybe. Are we bitter because D.C. is on the verge of a cold,… 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

Hoya Suxa blog gets some Georgetown school spirit

Did he lose a bet? Get hacked? See the light? Vox doesn’t know, but whatever is happening over at Hoya Suxa, a Syracuse fan’s blog dedicated to hating on the Hoyas (and occasional Cuse basketball coverage), we’re seriously… Read More

The King of Georgetown gets a HeraldofGtown

Looks like everyone’s favorite royal Twitter personality is getting a retinue. Yesterday, HeraldofGtown announced himself to the tworld as herald for the King of Georgetown: That’s the only Tweet The King’s Herald has treated us to so far,… Read More