Ahead of The Georgetowner’s Summer Reading issue, appearing this week, a young writer describes what books have meant — and mean — to her.
During the winter holiday season, walking past the Appalachian Spring store in Georgetown could be a joy. The storefront at 1415 Wisconsin Avenue would display Christmas tree ornaments in a […]
When I was a child, I had a vague sense of Wonder Woman. She had her golden lasso and was dressed in, in my opinion, an unusual outfit. Seeing her […]
Memorial Day is a time when we, as Americans, are supposed to remember the people who served in the military and defended the freedoms we enjoy in this country, even […]
This weekend, the Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle will be returning to Washington, D.C. On Friday morning, members of the media were invited to experience a sampling of what to […]
Georgetown may be a nurturing place for children, but not every Washington child grows up in fortunate surroundings. The future of many children is determined by circumstances beyond their — […]
Going to St. John’s Episcopal Church service on a Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. in Georgetown means that there will be the traditional accoutrements of an Episcopal Church service – […]
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie appeared March 16 as part of the university’s Faith & Culture series.