New policy changes to first-time violations by freshmen in Student Code of Conduct


Here’s some interesting news to all the freshmen who might be planning to leave their dorms in packs and roam the streets for parties for their first college weekend. The Office of Student Conduct is expected to announce through… Read More

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New policy changes to first-time violations by freshmen in Student Code of Conduct


Here’s some interesting news to all the freshmen who might be planning to leave their dorms in packs and roam the streets for parties for their first college weekend. The Office of Student Conduct is expected to announce through… Read More

/ via Vox Populi

The Casual Campaign


Introducing ‘The Casual Campaign’ for the John Thompson, Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center
As you know by now, Georgetown has announced that the groundbreaking for the long-anticipated John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Cent…

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The Casual Campaign


Introducing ‘The Casual Campaign’ for the John Thompson, Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center
As you know by now, Georgetown has announced that the groundbreaking for the long-anticipated John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Cent…

/ via Casual Hoya

Just the Tip: It’s all downhill from here


Dear Connor,   I’m a freshman and I was at Leo’s all for this first week of classes, and I realized how awful it really is. It’s packed, no one who works there gives a damn, and the… Read More

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Just the Tip: It’s all downhill from here


Dear Connor,   I’m a freshman and I was at Leo’s all for this first week of classes, and I realized how awful it really is. It’s packed, no one who works there gives a damn, and the… Read More

/ via Vox Populi

This Week in the Voice: Pieces of the Georgetown puzzle


In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni, James Constant, and Elizabeth Baker write about four pressing issues, namely socioeconomic diversity, the University’s Catholic identity and the LGBTQ movement, disability activism, and free speech,

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This Week in the Voice: Pieces of the Georgetown puzzle


In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni, James Constant, and Elizabeth Baker write about four pressing issues, namely socioeconomic diversity, the University’s Catholic identity and the LGBTQ movement, disability activism, and free speech,

/ via Vox Populi

Qasual Questions: Labor Day Weekend Edition


Here are the QQs to get you through Labor Day weekend thanks to Special Guest Star talkin bout practice!

What are your Labor Day weekend plans?
What’s the best TV theme song other than the Fresh Prince?
What’s your favorite soda?
If you …

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Qasual Questions: Labor Day Weekend Edition


Here are the QQs to get you through Labor Day weekend thanks to Special Guest Star talkin bout practice!

What are your Labor Day weekend plans?
What’s the best TV theme song other than the Fresh Prince?
What’s your favorite soda?
If you …

/ via Casual Hoya

GET A RADIO SHOW


This is my first time posting on the website and I don’t really know what I’m doing! Like the sound of your own voice? Got a face for radio? Often find yourself persuaded by rhetorical questions? You’re in the right place! You’ve managed to navigate your way to The Rotation, WGTB’s blog. Cool. This is… Read more →

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GET A RADIO SHOW


This is my first time posting on the website and I don’t really know what I’m doing! Like the sound of your own voice? Got a face for radio? Often find yourself persuaded by rhetorical questions? You’re in the right place! You’ve managed to navigate your way to The Rotation, WGTB’s blog. Cool. This is… Read more →

/ via WGTB

Jeff Green Makes $1 Million Donation to Thompson Center


A tremendous donation to the IAC from Jeff Green on the heels of the Falk/Ewing $3.3 million donation earlier this week.  Press release from the school below:

Former Georgetown Star Jeff Green Makes $1 Million Donation to Thompson Center

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Jeff Green Makes $1 Million Donation to Thompson Center


A tremendous donation to the IAC from Jeff Green on the heels of the Falk/Ewing $3.3 million donation earlier this week.  Press release from the school below:

Former Georgetown Star Jeff Green Makes $1 Million Donation to Thompson Center

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Tombs and 1789 founder Richard McCooey dies at 83


On August 6 of this year, Tombs and 1789 founder Richard McCooey (COL ’52) died in a home in Greenwich, Conn. of complications related to cancer. McCooey created perhaps the most iconic location in all of Georgetown and… Read More

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Tombs and 1789 founder Richard McCooey dies at 83


On August 6 of this year, Tombs and 1789 founder Richard McCooey (COL ’52) died in a home in Greenwich, Conn. of complications related to cancer. McCooey created perhaps the most iconic location in all of Georgetown and… Read More

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Vox Gets Into Treble: “The Trail’s End”


Vox is in some serious trouble. Just to see Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s On The Run Tour, Vox held up some banks, and now lives in fear of the long arm of the law. Today, Bey and Jay are on top of the… Read More

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Vox Gets Into Treble: “The Trail’s End”


Vox is in some serious trouble. Just to see Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s On The Run Tour, Vox held up some banks, and now lives in fear of the long arm of the law. Today, Bey and Jay are on top of the… Read More

/ via Vox Populi

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: ISIS Competes in Middle Eastern Monopoly


The longest Monopoly game in history lasted for 70 straight days, and in those 70 days, green houses, red hotels and social lives were lost. The names of the incredibly bored record-setters are not disclosed, but their legacy, unfortunately, lives on. Today, the ISIS – “Islamic State of Iraq and …

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Poli Sci for the Average Guy: ISIS Competes in Middle Eastern Monopoly


The longest Monopoly game in history lasted for 70 straight days, and in those 70 days, green houses, red hotels and social lives were lost. The names of the incredibly bored record-setters are not disclosed, but their legacy, unfortunately, lives on. Today, the ISIS – “Islamic State of Iraq and …

/ via The Hoya | 4E