Return of the GU Farmer’s Market (and hopefully warm weather along with it)

It’s official, spring has begun: the Georgetown University Farmers’ Market kicks off its spring season tomorrow from 12 to 5 p.m. on snowy Copley Lawn. The farmer’s market is bringing in several new vendors this season while also… Read More

Pork rinds

Trademark for pork rinds denied, as D.C.’s NFL team’s name is under scrutiny

While Hoyas were celebrating the end of finals with substances and frumpy holiday sweaters, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board examined whether referring to the heart-endangering snack food, pork rinds, as “Redskins” was permissible. The TTAB ultimately rejected… Read More

GUGS gets (char)coal for Christmas, but it wasn’t being naughty

The Georgetown University Grilling Society was just awarded a year’s supply of charcoal and gift cards to Walmart. Vox is thinking: yay more burgers! But wait… why? Nothing’s free (‘specially at Georgetown). Well, the reason why is a bit… Read More

Have a happy Thanksgiving, Vox!

This post marks the last you’ll hear from us here at Vox until next week, as we’ll also be celebrating Thanksgiving Day. Well, more importantly we’ll be celebrating Black Friday, which has now creeped into Thursday. So Black Thursday?… Read More

Senior plans to open nitrogen ice cream shop in the Georgetown area

Luisa Santos (COL ’14) is doing what every Georgetown student dreams of doing: ditching her political economy major and opening an ice cream shop in the Georgetown area. But this isn’t your average ice cream; it’s nitrogen ice… Read More

Bolt Burgers promises good food, with a side of social isolation

If you love hamburgers but hate people, Bolt Burgers is your new favorite restaurant. The franchise, opening at 1010 Massachusetts Ave., NW by Thanksgiving, promises a perfect burger without human interaction thanks to several high-tech systems. Bolt Burger… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: Lots of free stuff around the District

  GU Jam Sesh holds first show: The newly-formed community for Georgetown University musicians is sponsoring its first show Saturday. The performances begin at 8 p.m. and end at 10 p.m. because of D.C. noise regulations and will feature… Read More

Get your pie on: free pie in the District this week

For those of you who will be back in D.C. this week, a group called “Pie It Forward” will be handing out free pie this week. This event is just in time for anyone who hopes to allocate… Read More

Monday Munchies: Making eggs ‘n toast fancy

So this Monday Munchies recipe will probably be the easiest I’ll post this summer, assuming you know how to crack an egg. This recipe is good for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or even dinner because, let’s face it, the… Read More