Daily Archives: October 4, 2007
Georgetown’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission passed a resolution protesting the new Darnall restaurant owner’s application for a liquor license, a procedural move that ultimately should not impede the licensing.
The world’s oldest Jesuit died Monday in Georgetown’s Wolfington Hall. Father James A. Martin, S.J., who celebrated his 105th birthday in August, passed away shortly after a Monday afternoon mass and having the last rites administered to him.
Georgetown administrators agreed to create a new LGBTQ advisory board in a Monday meeting with the GU Pride leadership in the wake of a September hate crime involving Georgetown students.
A committee will be formed in the coming weeks to evaluate the overall effects of the alcohol policy, said Dr. Todd Olson, Vice President of Student Affairs, at a town hall meeting in Sellinger Lounge last night. He also said that no immediate changes are forthcoming.
Miss out on Coachella this year? Were SXSW tickets too expensive? Does the word Lollapalooza make you gag? Well fear not, music aficionado, because the District’s Awake! Music Festival kicks off next Thursday, October 11th, for five days of merriment in D.C.’s concert venues. Building off its inauguration in 2006, this year’s DAM!Fest showcases a […]
On the first Sunday of each month, the National Museum of Women in the Arts drops its $8-10 admission fee and lets the community in for free. That means that this Sunday you’ll get two great exhibitions for the price of none. It’s your last chance to see an exploration beyond Frida Kahlo’s portraits and […]
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority bus and subway system is a frugal transportation option for Georgetown students and Washington’s poor. Proposed fare increases may change that, but they don’t have to. Instead, Metro should raise fees to park at its lots in Virginia and Maryland.
Conservative Catholic groups are ready to fight a new Law Center policy regarding funding for abortion related internships.
How about we get out on the town? Hit the bars. Meet some folks. And most importantly, take a break from the monotonous Georgetown bar scene—do you really want to go someplace where everyone knows your name? Really?