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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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Roaming the District For Top Ramen

By Helen Guo and Jacob Richey March 20, 2013

Because of a series of gentrification projects and violent riots in the 1960s, most of Washington, D.C.’s immigrant Chinese population has left the city for places like Rockville, Md., and has taken...

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...

Finding Community Flavor

By Helen Guo and Jacob Richey January 18, 2013

Washington D.C. is a city of great diversity, and with great diversity comes great food. Outside of the immediate area of Georgetown, the city and the greater Washington D.C. area of Virginia and Maryland...

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