Georgetown joins online food publication, Spoon University

Yep, that’s the weird little icon so many of your friends have posted online. Last week, Georgetown made its debut on online food publication, Spoon University. Spoon University is a publication for students, by students that connects college campus… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Be healthy, live sustainably in college

It’s important to know that exercising isn’t the only way to maintain good health in college. With cafeteria food being an all-too-convenient source of questionably edible food, or the opposite problem of a plethora of off-campus restaurants with… Read More

D.C. Council to help low-income families access farmers’ markets

No one should be denied the happiness of a farmers’ market. Every week, Georgetown students and faculty have the opportunity to buy fresh, local produce at the GU Farmers’ Market on Copley Lawn. From the famous Indian food… Read More

Free HIV screenings held on campus this afternoon

In honor of World AIDS Day, Georgetown University Minority Association of Pre-Health Students and Health Education Services are sponsoring free HIV screenings in the Village C Alumni Lounge today. There will be free food and drink and the… Read More

Georgetown’s CAPS gives you 10 reasons to date instead of hook up

Sex Positive Week 2010—a week geared toward helping students feel comfortable talking openly about sex and sexuality—is wrapping up. For its part, the Voice was pleased to see the University fund SPW for a second year in a… Read More

Georgetown braces for the return of H1N1

Hey, great to see you again! How was your summer, H1N1? The beginning of the school year is always full of logistical challenges for college administrators, but this year they’ve got another potential problem to deal with: swine… Read More

D.C. tops American Fitness Index as nation’s Healthiest City

Fun Fact: Everyone in D.C. looks like this In its annual American Fitness Index the American College of Sports Medicine reported that Washington, D.C is the healthiest city in the United States. The D.C./Alexandria/Arlington area ranked 1st on… Read More