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Students rally at Hoya Court in support of Aramark workers

On Wednesday afternoon, over a hundred students and Aramark employees led by the Georgetown Solidarity Committee gathered at Sellinger Lounge and marched to Hoya Court in support of Aramark workers’ rights on campus. Students created a buzz of… Read More


Leo’s to get fancy with rustic farmhouse facelift

Remember when Leo’s was aesthetically pleasing? Neither does Vox. However, that is all about to change(?) with the snazzy new redesign plan for Georgetown’s favorite dining hall. Earlier this week, Georgetown Dining tweeted that “Leo’s new look” is… Read More


If it’s totally broke, don’t fix it: University considers third-year meal plan requirement

Update, Thursday, 9:11 am: For more detailed reporting on this story, read the Voice‘s News section’s story on the proposed third-year meal plan requirement. Original Post: It’s not much of an exaggeration to claim that Leo’s is the single worst part… Read More

They’re back: GUSA talks multicultural council and says goodbye to Greco

GUSA held its first general senate meeting on Sunday. The year got off to a rocky start when GUSA’s usual room, Healy 106, was taken by a class. The senate evacuated down the hall to a different classroom,… Read More

Just the Tip: It’s all downhill from here

Dear Connor,   I’m a freshman and I was at Leo’s all for this first week of classes, and I realized how awful it really is. It’s packed, no one who works there gives a damn, and the… Read More


John Oliver blasts Aramark’s prison food

In the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver made fun of Aramark, the contractor who staffs and supplies Leo’s, for their shoddy service and poor quality of food for the prisoners they serve. Yep, that’s right. The… Read More


Prefrosh Preview: O’Donovan’s on the Waterfront and other fine on-campus cuisine

Picky eaters, beware. Georgetown’s only on-campus dining hall, Leo O’Donovan Hall, is commonly regarded as one of the most frustrating parts of the Georgetown experience. Don’t worry too much, though, because Vox is here with his guide to… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Winter will not have our pizza

While Lexie might be guilty of conspiring to commit murder, at least she’s not the only Georgetown affiliate who’s plotting an assassination of someone in the District. Georgetown Hot Mess isn’t the only one who’s feeling lazy. Vox spent… Read More

Fire reported at Leo’s, students deprived of fried things for 15 entire minutes

  A fire was reported at Leo’s at approximately 5:45 p.m. today. It is unclear what caused the fire, but there was a full evacuation while the problem was handled. At 5:59 p.m., DPS Tweeted the all-clear. Photo:… Read More

Three years later, remembering the Leo’s labor union struggle

Tuesday night, students, alumni and workers gathered in the Kennedy Multipurpose Room to discuss the state of labor rights at Georgetown in an event hosted by the Kalmanovitz Initiative. A variety of topics, including the pristine reputation of… Read More