The Morning Metropolitan

Photo by Kevin Dooley.

Good morning Georgetown, here’s the deal:

  • On one hand, it seems ridiculous trying to continue publishing this right now. How could there possibly be anything less important? Sure, GM can try to publish Georgetown-specific news as it relates to Covid-19, but frankly you should be getting that news from elsewhere! He’s not really set up to deliver that.
  • On the other hand, this is going to take a while. And we’ve got to keep doing whatever normal things we can. So GM will keep plugging away. There may be some more days without news, but the site is not going to go dark.
  • Wash your hands, and practice social distancing!

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4 responses to “The Morning Metropolitan

  1. Judith Morrissey

    Quite right. Keep calm and carry on. Thank you

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Keep writing.

    Perhaps shift to stories about what’s normal and what’s not in the hood? I bet you could get volunteers to help, maybe GU students who can’t go home?

    Cheers!
    Jeff
    32nd St

  3. georgetowncitizen

    Attaboy! We’ll need all the reminders of normalcy we can get and a continuing sense of connection as we practice “social distancing.” The Georgetown Metropolitan has been and is very much a part of that.

    Marc
    R St.

  4. Jim McCarthy

    The university actually did a symposium last year on how the 1919 pandemic impacted the school and the neighborhood. Might be some good fodder there for pics and do’s and don’ts. Keep up the good work and hang in there. ~ Jim
    https://globalhealth.georgetown.edu/features/georgetown-symposium-on-1918-flu-brings-together-multidisciplinary-perspectives

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