Daily Archives: December 2, 2010
You open the cabinet, take a mug from the shelf, fill it with tap water and set the microwave to two minutes. Another cup of tea, another late night. You’re one of those insomniacs who turn into insomniacs because you like the idea of it. You light a cigarette. You wonder how you became one […]
The Metropolitan Police Department’s reimbursable detail program, which regularly provides patrols for Georgetown’s businesses and residential areas around campus, faces significant budget cuts under the 2011 fiscal year budget .
I’ve been Michelle [Rhee’s] deputy for the past three-and-a-half years, so they are not her policies. They are our policies. I ran our human capital shop and everything that had to do with people, including hiring, firing, professionally developing.
From the gay George Washington University student kicked out of the university’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps to Harvard’s president promising to reinstate its ROTC program if the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is repealed.
Starting this week, as part of the University’s ongoing evaluation of its core curriculum, several seniors will attend five seminar-style classes to provide feedback on their experiences in general education classes at Georgetown.
Dec. 7 is D-Day for the Georgetown University Student Association. On Tuesday, students will vote on the GUSA Finance and Appropriation Committee’s pet project: Student Activities Fee Endowment reform, or, in Georgetown’s tradition.
If you only associate Irish culture with green beer and leprechauns, this year’s Capitol Irish Film Festival will surprise you. The largest Irish film festival in America, CIFF opens tonight at E Street Cinema and the Goethe Institut.
D.C. is home to many of our nation’s greatest museums: the Air and Space Museum, the Portrait Gallery, the American History Museum … But if you’re seeking something beyond the National Mall that features an art form less traditional than your Smithsonian staples, then Party Crashers: Comic Book Culture Invades the Art World, a new exhibit at the Arlington Arts Center and Artisphere’s Terrace Gallery, fits the bill.
From vaulting over brick walls to landing perfectly on a railing only a few inches wide, the practice known as parkour encourages one to challenge the limits of the human body. Over the past few years, students have witnessed groups of individuals pull off maneuvers all over campus that appear to defy the laws of physics.
Besides his unspeakably massive cannabis consumption, Curren$y is best known for his incredible prolificacy. Since leaving Lil’ Wayne’s Young Money label in 2008, he has released nine album-length mixtapes and four full albums, whose subject matter rarely deviated from typical independent rap trope: weed, fly kicks, and fucking.