Breaking: Vox no longer loves snow

This image is representative of how Vox feels about snow storms after this winter. Vox had a lovely time playing at the beach over break and was saddened to return to this mushy, sloshy mess, which wasn’t even messy enough… Read More

GUSA passes resolution to limit door-knocking, students rejoice

President Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) signed GUSA’s resolution to limit the hours of campaign door-knocking yesterday. This frightful event is now limited to weekdays between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. and all day on election day. For freshmen… Read More

Closing the Pub: Georgetown’s all-time worst idea

Georgetown has spoken. (Er … voted.) Closing Georgetown’s once-upon-a-time, on-campus bar, the Pub, was the worst idea the University has had. Ever! “Revising the alcohol policy” and “selling WGTB’s radio license” finished in second and third place, respectively…. Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: A final countdown

We’ve run the gauntlet of Georgetown’s worst ideas. We argued over party fuck-ups, embarrassing alumni, property mistakes, and hell, we even let your suggestions duke it out. (Congrats to “hoyaalum” for winning the wonderfully appropriate prize—a Georgetown shot… Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Wild card, bitches!

As always, Vox readers came through with some fantastic submissions. (And we learned that you’re a terribly cynical bunch!) You’ll find our favorites below, with a little bit of background info added to help you along. Closing the… Read More

Georgetown rises to #21 in U.S. News rankings

After wallowing for five years as the 23rd best in the eyes of U.S. News and World Report, Georgetown is moving on up to the 21st spot. For those who thrive on the arbitrary, possibly-rigged system, Georgetown’s bump… Read More

College ranking round-up: Georgetown will leave you penniless

We’re not finished with college rankings yet? Guh. Last week, Forbes reported that Georgetown has the second-most expensive dorms in the country. And what do students get for a measly $12,750? “[A room] in one of four brick… Read More

As a nation waits with bated breath, Princeton Review releases its college rankings

We can’t believe we almost missed Princeton Review‘s college rankings! Every year, we use the college rankings to remind ourselves that Georgetown’s politically active students, surroundings, and study abroad program aren’t just the best in the country, but… Read More