Just the Tip: Let your freak flag fly (and have yourself a mini freak parade)

Dear Emlyn, I’m a pretty big deal on Reddit. I don’t know who that fucker on Georgetown Confessions was, but I have kind of a lot of karma (just saying). Anyway, I kind of want to tell my… Read More

Shocking news! Georgetown residents still hate student parties

The Georgetown forum, our favorite window into residents’ minds, is well-known for its diatribes against cat killers, newspaper thieves, and Republicans. But last weekend, it turned its critical eye towards the worst criminals of all: partying college students…. Read More

New Lau policy cracks down on guests’ computer usage

Lauinger Library is about to get a bit roomier. Changes to the University’s notoriously lax computer usage policy, which once led Washington City Paper to name Lauinger Library as one of D.C.’s best places to mooch internet access,… Read More

DC Students Speak looks to organize District students for advocacy

In November, Mike Trummel (COL ’10) won a $3,000 Reimagine Georgetown Grant from The Corp, co-sponsored by GUAFSCU and The Hoya, to start DC Students Speak, a grassroots student advocacy group. “Because there is little interaction with other… Read More

Join the Hoyas Anonymous renaissance today in Red Square!

Hoyas Anonymous (“Hoyas on the outside, Human on the inside”) has had plenty of boring phases since the Postsecret-style website started back in October of 2008. But oh how they’ve flourished in the past few weeks, with new… Read More

Washington City Paper to computerless District dwellers: Steal GU’s internet!

Pegged to the story of Eric Sheptock, a homeless man in D.C. who has blogged about homeless issues all the way to CNN, NPR, and the Washington Post, the Washington City Paper has put together a guide of… Read More

Georgetown gets its own “Hitler finds out…” video

Not content to let John Hopkins outdo us, Georgetown now has its own Downfall blizzard reaction video. While the kids at JHU assumed Hitler would be outraged by the cancellation of classes, the Georgetown version—created by Vox‘s favorite… Read More

Georgetown CNDLS creates website to help professors keep in touch with students in these snowy times

Georgetown Provost Jim O’Donnell is ever diligent in his (rather unpopular) efforts to keep Georgetown despite the record snowfalls that have forced campus to close for three days in a row. In an e-mail he just sent to… Read More

Students starting Georgetown “blog hub”

Is Vox‘s extensive blog roll not quite satisfying your Georgetown blogosphere needs?  Well Laura Sortwell (MSB ’10) and Jessica Lioon (MSB ’10) are looking out for you.  Sortwell and Lioon are starting up a Georgetown “blog hub” that… Read More

The Voice is brand new!

Last night, the tech doctors peeled back the bandages from the Voice‘s web facelift and were pleased to find that they had successfully given the Georgetown Voice: A redesigned, more navigable website that lets you view more of… Read More