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PUKAS: Reject Thrift Store Gentrification

PUKAS: Reject Thrift Store Gentrification

By Annabelle Pukas October 8, 2020

Thrift stores have become an increasingly important facet of the clothing industry, expected to reach $28 billion in revenue by 2024. The rise in thrift stores’ popularity has saturated the market with...

Thrift Stores Offer Affordable Prices, Sustainable Options

Thrift Stores Offer Affordable Prices, Sustainable Options

By Emma Ginsberg and Maeve Silk February 20, 2020

Even on Georgetown University’s campus, where designer logos and styles can feature prominently on students’ clothing, shopping for secondhand clothing at thrift stores in the area is an avenue for...

Fashionably Thrifty

Fashionably Thrifty

By Hannah Kaufman March 20, 2014

Georgetown University is gifted with a vibrant surrounding community that’s constantly bustling with activities. From bowling by the water to touring museums, there’s never a dull moment in...

I Want to Go to There (in a Zipcar)

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy September 11, 2012

The arrival of a small fleet of Zipcars to campus will make it easier for students (well, students over 21) to explore more of D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. While we talk about breaking the Georgetown...

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