Easter miracle? DPS apprehends vandalism suspect

The latest entry in Department of Public Safety’s crime log (warning: it’s a PDF—yes, they recently joined the 21th century and started putting their logs online… sort of) is actually pretty heartening: Destruction of Property: A student possessing spray paint was arrested and charged with a series of recent vandalism incidents, including the Lady of […]

BREAKING: Statue of Virgin Mary vandalized a second time

Clean as of 5:15 Update: Facilities has already cleaned up all signs of the vandalism. Anyone catch a glimpse of what the vandalism entailed this time? Georgetown’s Office of Student Affairs reports in an email (full text after the jump) that last night, and unknown suspect vandalized the statue of the Virgin Mary on Copley […]

BREAKING: Second Georgetown statue vandalized with paint

The Jan Karski statue near White Gravenor, pre-vandalism At 8:07, an email from Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and the Office of Student Affairs notified Georgetown students and faculty that a second statue on Georgetown’s campus had been vandalized. The statue of former Georgetown professor Jan Karski, a World War II Polish war […]

Paint it black: campus statue of Virgin Mary vandalized

A gruesome sight before restoration Last night, the Office or Mission and Ministry sent out a campus-wide email alerting the student body that an unknown suspect had vandalized the statue of Mary that stands on Copley Lawn by painting its face black. From the looks of the email, (“we do not know the motivation of […]