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VIEWPOINT: Advocate for D.C. Statehood

VIEWPOINT: Advocate for D.C. Statehood

By Asher Maxwell and Brandon Wu March 25, 2023

While many consider Washington, D.C., a liberal stronghold, a starkly different reality could soon emerge. A Republican Congress and presidency after the 2024 elections could abolish D.C.’s autonomy...

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Georgetown Bubble, a student-run startup company, hosted its first pop-up store on the second floor of Lauinger Library to provide students with bubble tea. It sold out within half an hour.

Student Tea Startup Bubbles to Surface

By Kelsey Quackenbush March 20, 2015

Georgetown Bubble, a student-run startup that sells bubble tea, sold out in less than an hour at its first pop-up shop on the second floor of Lauinger Library Tuesday evening. The business sold...

Bubble Tea On Campus??

Bubble Tea On Campus??

By Emily Min and Emily Min March 14, 2015

I don't know about you guys, but I love bubble tea. For the uninformed, bubble tea is a drink (usually cold) with either green or black tea, some kind of sweet flavoring and the eponymous "bubbles",...

Commitment to Social Justice Inside the Bubble

By Haley Lepp September 24, 2013

At Georgetown, we often hear the phrase “breaking the bubble.” In a column last week, NicholasDirago argued that students should engage with Washington, D.C., in a way that aids communities outside...

A Semester Abroad, but Still in the Bubble

By Fiona Meagher September 20, 2013

When people talk about the “Georgetown bubble,” I doubt they’re referring to the traditional Irish pubs or monuments mentioned in the works of James Joyce. But so far in my semester abroad here in...

DIRAGO: Engaging DC Beyond the Bubble

By Nicholas Dirago September 16, 2013

We all know about the “Georgetown bubble,” that invisible border in Northwest Washington, D.C., that keeps many students comfortably cloistered on campus. A lot of lip service is paid on campus to...

Leaving the D.C. Coop

By Helen Guo and Jacob Richey February 28, 2013

The culture and food lovers that we are, we couldn’t help but notice a sign in Manhattan’s Koreatownthat proclaimed Bonchon Chicken to be the victor in some type of fried chicken showdown. Our friends...

Strengthen Weekend GUTS

By The Editorial Board October 11, 2012

We’re all tired of hearing about the much-bemoaned institutionalized “bubble” around the Hilltop, and expanding the GUTS bus service offers a clear solution to this problem. Georgetown University...

Breaking Out and Exploring the District

By Brooke Berger March 29, 2012

Think you know everything there is to know about where you’ve been living? You’re probably wrong. After almost three years of living in D.C., I’m always blown away by the number of places that I’ve...

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