The Morning Metropolitan

Photo by M.V. Jantzen.

Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:

  • Georgetown used to be bordered to the east by Vinegar Hill and was a hop-skip-and-a-jump to Hell’s Bottom.
  • “The mission of [Georgetown] Day seems also to have lost clarity over this time- what began in 2000 as a celebration of the campus community in all its parts has shifted to being a celebration bythe community, or more accurately, by the student community.” GM’s read this statement by a GU administrator ten times and he still doesn’t understand it.
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  1. Dizzy

    Jeanne Lord’s statement is student affairs-speak for “this was supposed to be a low-key replacement for Block Party with kids and puppies and sunshine and arts and crafts and instead it’s turned into drunk undergrads running amok and scaring the staff and the children and the squirrels.”

    I promise I’ll respond to your email before the end of the day; I just got back from a couple of weeks abroad.

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