Humorous banner protests Reiss Walkway closure

Last night an unknown person or group of people decided to take matters into their own hands and tear down the wall blocking off the Reiss Walkway. It was more of a figurative tearing down, however, because the… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Boxing, stupid Cuse athletes, and (of course) construction

Man, I love Jesuit values. — Georgetown Heckler (@GtownHeckler) October 18, 2014 You’re totally right, Georgetown Heckler. Nothing says cura personalis quite like a punching bag to the face with the Healy clock tower chiming in your ear every… Read More


University responds to accessibility concerns over construction-related detour paths

This past weekend, an anonymous person posted flyers in the Leavey Center stairwell, Henle Village, and Village A, protesting that certain paths on campus are “difficult to traverse for some of your friends and fellow Hoyas.” When asked for… Read More


Blue and Gray tours get revamped with Northeast Triangle construction

For a prospective student touring Georgetown, nothing says “Welcome to the Hilltop” quite like a “Caution, Do Not Enter” sign. The closing of the Reiss Walkway on Monday has created a navigational nightmare for much of the student population,… Read More


October construction update: Bye bye, Reiss pathway

Start leaving for class five minutes earlier than usual because, if you thought campus was already a maze of moving fences, the month of October is just making things worse. In an email to the Georgetown University community… Read More

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University unveils latest details on Georgetown’s newest dorms

On Tuesday night, University administrators and representatives from Ayers Saint Gross discussed interiors for the renovation of the Old Jesuit Residence and project updates for the still-yet-to-be-built Northeast Triangle in the swanky new Healey Family Student Center. Jason Wilcoxon, associate… Read More


Georgetown construction update: All roads lead to Do Not Enter

Vice President for Planning and Facilities Management Robin Morey, in an email to the Georgetown University community, laid out some major planning changes taking place on campus next month. To accommodate Georgetown’s various construction projects, several major roads and… Read More

G2 Bus route returns to front gates Dec. 30

According to an email from Associate Director of the Graduate School Richard Pike, the G2 bus stop on 37th and O Street will resume service on Dec. 30 of this year. The route was shortened at Wisconsin Ave…. Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Daddy needs new shoes

Apparently Sara Eshleman‘s phone thinks it belongs to Snooki.  Hopefully Siri doesn’t start infesting iPhones with this language. Jason Clark is having trouble deciding if he wants to up his Ebay bid on a pair of the infamous… Read More

37th and O Street Capitol Bikeshare location shuts down until November

The construction outside the front gates has taken yet another victim. Aside from the blocked-off areas and the sand all over the sidewalks (Editor’s note: That is from the construction, right?), back in May the construction also forced our… Read More