Voice Spring Fashion
This season we ventured into the District to showcase a mix of vintage and new. From Malcom X Park to cafes in Adams Morgan to the Sculpture Garden at the National Mall, D.C. is the perfect place to get out and explore. Now is the time to shed your winter layers and strut spring styles.
I’m gonna pop some tags: Thrifting adventures on the East Coast
My shopping retreats went from thrift stores Housing Works on East 23rd St to chain stores like H&M and Zara. The megalithic fashion factories could not quench my sartorial thirst. I anxiously awaited the occasional weekend trip home to New York City where I would reserve an entire day to get thrifty.
CycleBeads study contested
Recent studies published in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care claim that CycleBeads, a contraceptive tool developed by Victoria Jennings, the director of the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown, are more effective than male condoms.
September 11 a catalyst for better vets programs at GU
Prior to September 11, 2001, Georgetown was virtually bereft of a military veteran’s presence. The campus was still brimming with anti-military sentiments, remnants from the Vietnam War. Today, a number of organizations and support groups for both soldiers on active duty and veterans exist on campus: Hoyas for Troops, Georgetown University Student Veterans Association, Georgetown Allies, and the Georgetown University Military Association. But that wasn’t always the case.
GU Farmers’ Market returns
Despite the heavy rain that had been falling all day, Georgetown University’s second Farmers’ Market took place Wednesday afternoon in Healy Circle, as students lined up for everything from Belgian waffles to peaches.