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Cherry Blossom Watch DC

On Your Radar: Spring in the City

By Elizabethe Bogrette, Deputy Guide Editor March 20, 2024

See D.C. Blossom Into Spring Cherry blossom season is officially upon us, with peak bloom beginning March 17. The National Cherry Blossom Festival begins March 20 and will continue until April 14, with...

CARNES: Living in Liminality

CARNES: Living in Liminality

By Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J. April 16, 2018

It is April, and in the Jesuit community that means that Fr. Otto Hentz, S.J., has begun offering his annual daily prayer of petition at our evening Mass, “for students, and especially seniors, at this...

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Q&A: GU Politics Fellows Discuss Democracy, Civic Engagement

By Meena Morar January 22, 2018

The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service’s fifth class of fellows brings a diverse range of political perspectives from both major political parties and a variety of fields, including...

Peek at Peak Blossoms

Peek at Peak Blossoms

By Angella Liu and Angella Liu April 4, 2017

It is that time of the year again; the time where Hoyas can shed off their twenty pound Canada Goose parkas; the time where every weekend, students are double fisting at darties not in Village A but on Village...

4Es Spring 2017 Blog Babies

4E’s Spring 2017 Blog Babies

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz February 9, 2017

Every semester, we at The Fourth Edition decide to open our doors to the few whom we think are pretty hilarious. This semester, we took five new, spectacular human beings out of a competitive applicant...

R. Kelly to Headline Spring Concert

R. Kelly to Headline Spring Concert

By Meg Lizza and Meg Lizza April 5, 2016

4E is here to bring you the scoop.  Your Spring Concert headliner is none other than Grammy winner, R. Kelly.  If you're not as pumped as we are, then maybe you need a little refresher on some R. Kelly...

The 5 Guys You See During Springtime

The 5 Guys You See During Springtime

By Meg Lizza and Meg Lizza April 21, 2015

'Tis the season for rooftop parties, cherry blossoms and pre-final freakouts.  Springtime in Georgetown, in my opinion, is pure perfection and brings out the best in people (for the most part).  4E...

Friday Fixat10ns: Georgetown Day

Friday Fixat10ns: Georgetown Day

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein April 17, 2015

As today marks the one week mark til our favorite holiday, GEORGETOWN DAY, 4E has crafted the ultimate pump up playlist. Play it while you study, while you drink or maybe even on actual Georgetown Day!...

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Sakura Matsuri draws thousands to its street festival attempting to display Japanese culture. While it is the biggest Japanese cultural events of its type, only around a tenth of visitors are of Japanese origin.

Japanese Culture in Bloom

By Nicole Ong April 10, 2015

The cherry blossoms are forecasted to be at their peak this weekend, just in time to splash Washington, D.C., with a burst of color for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Sakura Matsuri, the grand...

What Does Spring Mean to Georgetown?

What Does Spring Mean to Georgetown?

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein March 21, 2015

Spring has begun to sprung on the Georgetown campus! The weather is getting better, people are becoming happier and Lau is actually becoming less appealing! 4E asked Georgetown students what words...

Free Ritas Italian Ice Tomorrow!

Free Rita’s Italian Ice Tomorrow!

By Drew Applebaum and Drew Applebaum March 19, 2015

Spring has finally started to roll around and temperatures are beginning to rise, so it is time to celebrate. Our friends over at Rita's has the perfect way to celebrate. Rita's Italian Ice is offering...

Manly Monday: Spring Break Edition

Manly Monday: Spring Break Edition

By Drew Applebaum and Drew Applebaum March 2, 2015

While the weather in DC wouldn't be any indication, Spring Break is just a week away. One more week of classes and we can all retreat to warm paradises or our cozy homes. After a brutal few weeks of...

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