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GIANT NATIONAL BARBECUE BATTLE

Celebrate Pride, Barbecue at District Festivals

Capital Pride Festival 2018 marks the 43rd anniversary of Washington, D.C.’s Capital Pride Festival. The festival is sponsored by Capital Pride Alliance, a nonprofit organization based in the D.C. area that serves the LGBTQ community through educational events, community celebrations and festivals. For four days each summer, Capital Pride Alliance[Read More…]

SOCIETY OF THE CINCINATTI

7 Things to Do in DC This Summer

Nat Geo Nights The National Geographic Museum opens in the evening for special programming on the third Thursday of each summer month. The activities for guests include a happy hour featuring trivia, music, food and drinks, followed by talks with National Geographic scientists, conservationists and storytellers, known as National Geographic[Read More…]

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John B. Carroll, who replaced J.J. in the fall, lives on 36th Street.

The Year in Brief

The past year saw everything from a new mascot to a multitude of snow days. Take a look at some of the biggest headlines on campus:   Georgetown University Student Association While this year’s Georgetown University Student Association pushed through policy changes and programming overhauls, it also had its tense moments,[Read More…]

Women Leaders Empower at Home and on Campus

I grew up as an only child, greatly coddled by my parents who believed that I could do anything I wanted. I was afforded many luxuries, including my mother’s support and care as she stayed at home to raise me. Although my mother graduated from college and had career prospects,[Read More…]

by March 28, 2014 0 comments Guide Columns, The Guide

Coordinate the Date

Last year, the Diplomatic Ball and Relay for Life occurred on the same night, frustrating the participants and the orchestrators of both events. What many had hoped was an anomaly is becoming an unfortunate trend, illustrating the need for more centralized communication between student groups. Again, Dip Ball has been[Read More…]

by February 21, 2014 0 comments Editorial, Opinion
To Do: Summer in D.C.

To Do: Summer in D.C.

1. Take the water taxi to a Nationals game. 2. See the fireworks at the Washington Monument on July 4. 3. Go canoeing on the Potomac. 4. Visit the Butterfly Gardens at Brookside Gardens. 5. See the monuments at sunrise (or sunset). 6. Go for a run along the waterfront.[Read More…]

by May 17, 2012 0 comments The Guide

GUCD Looks Beyond the Hilltop

This upcoming year is a particularly exciting one in politics. Partly to reflect the excitement of this election year, the Georgetown University College Democrats are thrilled to begin a dynamic and informative semester of events and dialogue. While taking advantage of the opportunities that 2012 presents, we will continue the[Read More…]

by January 19, 2012 0 comments Opinion

What to Expect With a SAC of Problems

In 1999, the Georgetown Report on Student Life bemoaned the unwieldy process that students had to submit themselves to in order to gain approval for student activities from the administration. The authors of the report wrote: “We fear that bureaucratic obstacles do nothing to encourage on-campus innovation but do everything[Read More…]

by February 18, 2011 0 comments Opinion