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Georgetown’s interest in the well-being and safety of its students has come to pervade every corner of campus — even the bathrooms. The Stall Seat Journal, a monthly newsletter featured in bathroom stalls across campus, has been an integral part of the social norms campaign at Georgetown since it was founded in 2006.

Stalling Unhealthy Habits from the Bathroom Stall

The university’s focus on the health and safety of students has become so widely promoted that the topic has carried over to the unlikeliest of places: the bathroom stall. Since 2006, as part of the social norms campaign at Georgetown University, the Stall Seat Journal initiative has increased dialogue about[Read More…]

Restaurant Review: Timber Pizza Company

Every Wednesday, a long line of students winds through Red Square hoping to get a taste of one of the District’s most famed food trucks — Timber Pizza Company — at the farmers’ market. Students, professors and other members of the community loosen their belts one notch and open their[Read More…]

by September 23, 2016 0 comments Food & Drink, Guide - Top, The Guide
Located in downtown D.C., BAB presents a variety of options with rice- or quinoa-based bowls, topped with protein, vegetables and additional toppings.

Home-Style Korean in Downtown DC

Justine Choe, owner of the popular Tony’s Breakfast, has opened her newest culinary addition to the H Street Corridor. BAB, located at 1387 H St. NE, is a fusion restaurant that blends American and Vietnamese food with Korean influences and flavors. BAB takes the traditional flavor of a Korean home-cooked[Read More…]


MOVIE: ‘Triple 9’

★★★☆☆ Packed with nearly two hours’ worth of nonstop action, director John Hillcoat’s “Triple 9” is a madcap thriller brimming with dirty cops, Russian mobsters and gruesome gang violence, all set in Atlanta, Ga. Boasting a star-studded cast including Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Aaron Paul, Anthony Mackie and[Read More…]

Suffering From ‘Undeclared-ness’

Suffering From ‘Undeclared-ness’

I have a severe case of “undeclared-ness.” When I decided to come to college in the nation’s capital, I thought I would be able to figure out what I wanted to do for the next four years of my life — that is, what I wanted to study and who[Read More…]

by October 20, 2015 1 comment Opinion, Opinion - Top