Georgetown’s Student Health Center can irrigate your ear, freeze your warts, or remove your ingrown toe nails. But when it comes to a more pressing concern for the student body—sexually transmitted diseases—the Center is sadly lacking.
An influential Georgetown citizen is protesting the plans for the new Georgetown Waterfront Park, located at the intersection of K Street and Wisconsin. The new park is being designed by the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, according to Sally Blumenthal of the National Park Service.
One thing was guaranteed in Tuesday’s Student Association executive elections: the winners had to have Y chromosomes. None of this year’s four tickets featured a woman candidate, denying voters a varied slate and failing to represent the female half of the University’s population.
Georgetown’s student representative on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission reversed her vote on Tuesday night, deciding to oppose a measure she originally co-wrote which would have encouraged the University to extend its one-keg-per-party rule to off-campus residences. The resolution passed unanimously at a Commission meeting last week.