Photo Contest 2014New tavern license a rarityGUTV Film Fest returns with stellar selection of student shortsDespite initial lead, men’s lacrosse surrenders to Marquette

News

New tavern license a rarity

“It is the scene of more than a hundred restaurants, jazz and disco dance spots, as well as homosexual bars, pizza parlors, movie houses, fast food joints and ice cream parlors. More than 115 liquor licenses have been issued for the 10-block square area. Like most urban areas, Georgetown is also the scene of traffic […]

University mandates third-year housing requirement
GUASFCU to offer student loans
Healey pub vendor seeks student input

Leisure

GUTV Film Fest returns with stellar selection of student shorts

Student filmmakers are receiving an opportunity to demonstrate their talent in a short film competition sponsored by Georgetown University Television later this evening. 12 student-produced films are to be judged on the quality of screenplay, production, and acting by alumnus and television series writer Jordon Nardino (COL ’00), Community writer Adam Countee, and CBS showrunner […]

Grilled Cheese DC not gouda-nough
Hirshhorn Washington Color School exhibition edgy, defies gravity
Under the Covers: Boy, snow, bird walk into a bar…

Sports

Women’s sailing changes course

The Georgetown women’s sailing team won the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association Spring Conference Championship this past Saturday and qualified for the Women’s National Championship that will take place in June. Earlier this month, the team had secured a spot in the Team Race National Championship for their performance at the MAISA Conference Team Race. […]

Despite initial lead, men’s lacrosse surrenders to Marquette
D.C. United on the rise
The Tight End: It’s been such a long time

Voices

Childish Gambino’s promotional scheme misses the mark

The versatile performer, who got his start as a writer on 30 Rock, has pretty much been everywhere and doing everything. But lately, we’ve seen a lot less of him as an actor, especially since he announced his departure from the cast of Community last year. This move, which baffled critics and fans alike, was […]

Got 99 problems and one percent feminism is all of them
Carrying On: Don’t stop believin’
H*ya Saxa: A senior’s reflection on ‘success’ past the Hilltop

Editorials

Housing measures leave GU with few options

On Monday, University Planning and Facilities Management announced its intent to convert Ryan and Mulledy Halls, the vacant former Jesuit residences, into undergraduate residence halls to house at least 385 additional students by the fall 2015 semester. On Wednesday, University and GUSA representatives announced changes to student housing policies that require undergraduates beginning with the […]

D.C. mayoral primary displays voter apathy
Adams Morgan liquor moratorium should expire

ANC considers banning dumpsters on the streets


At their meeting on June 30, members of ANC 2E, representing Georgetown, Burleith, and Hillandale, weighed the harmful impact that street dumpsters have on the neighborhood. The ANC may choose to ban or limit street dumpster use in... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
July 23

Hospitals claim D.C. births spiked in wake of government shutdown


A long time ago, clear across an entire academic year, tragedy struck in Washington, D.C. For two weeks last October, the federal government shut down. That whole time, Vox wondered what the members of Congress and the rest of... Read More
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By James Constant
July 23

Twuesday Tweetacular: Ignorant about geography


Beyoncé and Jay Z might be getting divorced according to the internet?! THANKS OBAMA. — Julia Jester (@JuliaaJesterr) July 22, 2014 Voice news editor Julia Jester might just need to go on medical leave this fall if this... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
July 23

Comments of the Week: The Corp and the rise of the proletariat


Last week, Vox reported on the Corp’s new prices, the University’s decision not to consider changing Georgetown’s rules about marijuana until the federal government does so, and one D.C. resident’s trouble buying alcohol in New Hampshire. Jose79845 starts us... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
July 22

D.C. weed decriminalization or legalization will not change rules on campus


Marijuana decriminalization went into affect this week in D.C., despite Congress’ best attempts to stop it with their usual budgetary tricks. Laxer cannabis use laws in the District, however, will have no bearing on Georgetown’s own rules and... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
July 18