Breaking: Todd Olson lifts on-campus keg limit effective tomorrow

In a announcement this afternoon, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Todd Olson lifted the on-campus keg limit which limited students to one keg per party. “Today I am announcing an immediate change to the one-keg limit at… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Rise up for limitless kegs!

Yesterday, the GUSA Senate passed a number of acts and resolutions pushing for more liberal enforcement of the rules on Georgetown Day, the issuance of GOCards with smart technology, the consolidation of university internet portals, and measures for… Read More

Better Know an ANC 2E Commisioner: Aaron Golds

In Georgetown’s local government, the people are represented as two separate yet equally important groups: the neighbors’ representatives, who investigate crime, and the student representative, who leave crushed beer cans on their lawns. These are their stories. Two… Read More

Better Know an ANC 2E Commissioner: Ron Lewis

This is the first of seven installations of  “Better Know an ANC Commissioner,” Vox’s interviews with the representatives that comprise Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E. The ANC is Georgetown residents’ primary voice in local government. When the average student… Read More

A t-shirt for a (GUSA) vote

Students voted on the Student Association’s proposed “Accountability and Reform Amendment” today, and quirks in the electoral procedure abounded. Supporters of the amendment, including author and Student Association Deputy Chief of Staff Matt Stoller (COL ’08), spent election… Read More

Sober kids, even Ivy League ones, can be stupid too

A campus-wide keg ban is, as the Voice has reported, suddenly a real possibility. With that in mind, check out this fine piece of journalism coming out of Harvard, where a similar keg ban went so poorly it… Read More

College Drinking! It must be stopped!

In recent weeks, much has been made of Georgetown University’s alcohol-related policies. First, there was praise and criticism for AlcoholEdu, the new online education program that all freshmen are required to take. Now, both the Voice and the… Read More