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Georgetown community helps find faculty member’s abducted dog


On Tuesday morning, the tiny, fluffy poodle Charlie was taken by a stranger right outside of Saxbys at 35th and O Street. Community outreach and a rescue campaign proved successful, and Charlie was recovered by police this morning…. Read More

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Georgetown community helps find faculty member’s abducted dog


On Tuesday morning, the tiny, fluffy poodle Charlie was taken by a stranger right outside of Saxbys at 35th and O Street. Community outreach and a rescue campaign proved successful, and Charlie was recovered by police this morning…. Read More

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Saxbys to offer free pumpkin spice lattes on Halloween


Get your basic asses ready, because Saxbys is about to win that pumpkin spice latte game. Tomorrow, in celebration of Halloween, Saxbys Coffee will offer each customer one free, small pumpkin spice latte. In an email to Vox, Saxbys… Read More

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Saxbys to offer free pumpkin spice lattes on Halloween


Get your basic asses ready, because Saxbys is about to win that pumpkin spice latte game. Tomorrow, in celebration of Halloween, Saxbys Coffee will offer each customer one free, small pumpkin spice latte. In an email to Vox, Saxbys… Read More

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This Week in the Voice: Georgetown’s Catholic identity and Catholic students


As a Catholic institution, Georgetown University’s position on contested issues might challenge the perspectives of certain groups and individuals. In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni and Ryan Greene discover a human side to public cr…

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This Week in the Voice: Georgetown’s Catholic identity and Catholic students


As a Catholic institution, Georgetown University’s position on contested issues might challenge the perspectives of certain groups and individuals. In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni and Ryan Greene discover a human side to public cr…

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GU College Republicans weigh-in on mayoral race


Washington, D.C. is so Democrat that the Republican Party has chosen not to bother with putting up a candidate for the Nov. 4 mayoral election. The Georgetown College Republicans may find solace in two of the race’s slightly more… Read More

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GU College Republicans weigh-in on mayoral race


Washington, D.C. is so Democrat that the Republican Party has chosen not to bother with putting up a candidate for the Nov. 4 mayoral election. The Georgetown College Republicans may find solace in two of the race’s slightly more… Read More

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D.C. taxi drivers protest new ridesharing service legislation


On Tuesday afternoon, D.C. cab drivers sounded their horns to draw attention to the D.C. Council vote that now permits app-based services like uberX and Lyft to operate legally within the District. The two-hour protest, which took place… Read More

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D.C. taxi drivers protest new ridesharing service legislation


On Tuesday afternoon, D.C. cab drivers sounded their horns to draw attention to the D.C. Council vote that now permits app-based services like uberX and Lyft to operate legally within the District. The two-hour protest, which took place… Read More

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Christian protesters preach damnation at University front gates


Vox is going straight to Hell. At least that’s what a small group of protesters at the campus front gates were saying earlier today. In fact, anyone who reads this blog probably qualifies for going to Hell as… Read More

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Christian protesters preach damnation at University front gates


Vox is going straight to Hell. At least that’s what a small group of protesters at the campus front gates were saying earlier today. In fact, anyone who reads this blog probably qualifies for going to Hell as… Read More

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Disability rights advocates speak to students about institutional abuse and torture in America


On Tuesday night, two disability rights attorneys and an institutional abuse survivor participated in a panel discussion entitled “Human Rights Aren’t For Us: Disability & Legalized Abuse,” the third in Lydia Brown‘s (COL &…

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Disability rights advocates speak to students about institutional abuse and torture in America


On Tuesday night, two disability rights attorneys and an institutional abuse survivor participated in a panel discussion entitled “Human Rights Aren’t For Us: Disability & Legalized Abuse,” the third in Lydia Brown‘s (COL &…

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GUSA holds preliminary discussion of Cultural Advisory Board


Last night, GUSA held a preliminary Cultural Advisory Board town hall meeting in the social room of the Healey Family Student Center. The discussion was attended by representatives of multiple cultural groups who posed many questions about the… Read …

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GUSA holds preliminary discussion of Cultural Advisory Board


Last night, GUSA held a preliminary Cultural Advisory Board town hall meeting in the social room of the Healey Family Student Center. The discussion was attended by representatives of multiple cultural groups who posed many questions about the… Read …

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Vox Gets Into Treble: ~Spooky monster music~


Vox isn’t usually a huge fan of remixes, but on the occasion that she’s looking for a new twist on a song she generally turns to the great, rolling expanse of artistry on SoundCloud. If you’re looking to get… Read More

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Vox Gets Into Treble: ~Spooky monster music~


Vox isn’t usually a huge fan of remixes, but on the occasion that she’s looking for a new twist on a song she generally turns to the great, rolling expanse of artistry on SoundCloud. If you’re looking to get… Read More

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District to appeal court decision ending concealed carry ban


The District attorney general’s office is not going quietly with the July ruling that deemed D.C.’s total ban on guns in public unconstitutional because of the Second Amendment. For the first time since the ruling, Attorney General Irv Nat…

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District to appeal court decision ending concealed carry ban


The District attorney general’s office is not going quietly with the July ruling that deemed D.C.’s total ban on guns in public unconstitutional because of the Second Amendment. For the first time since the ruling, Attorney General Irv Nat…

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