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BUSBOYS AND POETS

Being a Conscious Consumer in the District

By Emrose Kathawala November 17, 2017

In our hectic daily lives as Georgetown students, we can easily forget that we are also consumers — where we choose to spend our money matters. Our purchases at certain stores and restaurants not only...

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Poetry Speaks in D.C.

By Jasmine White October 15, 2015

My metal plates feel like fire These are my hands When I place my palms together and hold them tight it looks as if I am praying to God beseeching for you With my pious hands I can make your...

The Prose and Cons of Busboys and Poets

By Bisi Orisamolu March 2, 2012

Located in the U Street Corridor, one of the most culturally rich areas of D.C., Busboys and Poets strives to serve its customers delicious meals as well as an important message. The casual vibe of Busboys,...

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