D.C. tries to become nation’s next technology hub

DC mayor Muriel Bowser is on a quest to make this city a national technology center. She plans on accomplishing this small feat by spending 350,000 dollars to rent out Crave, a restaurant and sushi bar next to… Read More


Georgetown to hold panel at SXSW (yes, you read that right)

When did Georgetown become hip and indie? Well, maybe when it was asked to present a panel at Austin’s SXSW this March (though Vox still has its doubts about the University’s indie rock talents). Although South by Southwest… Read More

University makes $8 million investment in classroom technology initiative

Over the next three years, the University will invest $8 million in the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning, which will provide grants to faculty seeking to take “creative approaches” to teaching. According to a University press release, Georgetown’s online… Read More

Everybody else gets a summer break, why not Vox?

I know that we at Vox pulled a fast one on you devoted readers just last week when Vanya announced that Georgetown’s blog of record was going to be under new (but sort of old) management for the… Read More

“Next GUTS” app comes to iPhones

About a month after releasing his “Next GUTS” Droid app, Chris Cronbaugh (COL ’12) will become a little more popular on the Mac end of the “Macs vs. All Other Technologies” debate, announcing yesterday the release of an… Read More

Student creates GUTS schedule app

Tired of not knowing when the next Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle bus is coming? If so, you might be in luck–if you have an Android phone. Chris Cronbaugh (COL ’12) recently created Next GUTS, a Droid app that… Read More

New georgetown.edu will debut tonight

Georgetown’s new website will launch tonight, ending an 18-month redesign process. The redesign is the first change made to the University’s website since 2002. “We have worked with many members of the university community for more than a… Read More

Georgetown previews new website, will officially launch in two weeks

Yesterday, Georgetown launched the beta version of its long-awaited, redesigned website. As the University’s first redesign since 2002, the preview has a whole lot of new features, including navigation pathways for highly trafficked information and a footer bar… Read More

The University of Maryland creates a crime-report app

Crime is prevalent. (Especially if you live in Village A.) But, technology is always being used to combat the forces of villainy. That’s why one University of Maryland professor decided to update 9-1-1. Video 911, a smart-phone application… Read More

EXCELLENT NEWS: Georgetown to offer wireless access in all dorms

Remember when we declared that “Georgetown is still not even close to being a totally-wireless campus?” Boy, were we wrong. Over the next academic year, University Information Services (UIS) will overhaul the network infrastructure of Alumni Square, Copley… Read More