Free Friday: Cycling for charity at the Georgetown waterfront

Ready to get crazy this Cranksgiving? Wondering what the Hell Cranksgiving is? Allow Vox to educate you on this fine holiday that is a close second to Festivus and the quest for the slutty pumpkin. This Saturday, head… Read More

Mustaches 4 Kids to host “Shaving Day” event tonight at Rhino

Next time you see a guy with a particularly impressive mustache, supplement your admiration/envy/judgment by handing him a $10 bill. Because that ‘stache just might not be a questionable lifestyle choice, but a fundraising tool to benefit sick… Read More

A new Georgetown Day tradition: Puke up Wingo’s for a cause

Joel Ziebel (COL ’10) wants to know: are you “Interested in chowing down on some Wingo’s buffalo wings, downing Red Bull, representing your student organization on Georgetown Day, competing against other Hoyas and faculty, and doing it all… Read More

With $330,000 raised so far, Relay For Life will probably beat last year’s take

If you’ve missed the enormous banners in Red Square, the countdown posters across campus, or haven’t figured out what all that purple glitter is doing in Red Square yet, tonight is Relay For Life. And with about $330,000… Read More

Georgetown APO chapter wins $25,000 to mentor D.C. scout troops

In February, the Georgetown chapter of Alpha Phi Omega entered the Pepsi Refresh challenge to try to win a share of the $1.3 million Pepsi had pledged to give service projects around the country. Turns out that they… Read More

Georgetown Law’s Home Court raises $371k for Washington Legal Clinic

There was no partisan rancor Wednesday night at Thurgood Marshall Elementary—just an annual basketball game for charity, where members of the Georgetown University Law Center’s faculty (team name Hoya Lawyas, naturally) beat members of the United States Congress… Read More

With $144k, GU Relay For Life may be on track to double last year’s donations

With about a month to go before Georgetown University’s Relay For Life and over $143,6000 raised already for this year’s Relay, the annual event will probably beat last year’s take of about $402,000 when all donations are tallied… Read More

Georgetown sophomore helps impoverished communities—through surfing

When you see a sophomore girl selling towels in Red Square next month to raise money for a charity, know this: she could have been in movies. But lifelong surfer Emi Koch (COL ’12) turned down that opportunity… Read More

Student-heavy Georgetown for Haiti pulls in upwards of $12,000

Georgetown for Haiti, last Friday’s fundraising event for Doctors Without Borders, sounds like a big success. The event, which was co-sponsored by dozens of local businesses and catered by Georgetown favorites like SweetGreen and Rugby, was well-attended—particularly by… Read More

Georgetown alum’s non-profit raises money for Haiti’s development

Founded in 2009, Jacques-Philippe Piverger’s (MSB ’99) non-profit organization, Global Syndicate, is still in its infancy. But immediately after he heard about the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, his organization launched The Haiti Project, an ambitious fundraising campaign that… Read More