Worst: Social life revolves around the extracurricular groups you're in. In other words, parties are super exclusive and cliquey.
If you didn't make it through the selective application process for things like the corp, guafscu, blue & grey, no social mingling unless ur friends just throw one. This especially sucks since Georgetown is not in downtown DC--students usually stay on campus for house parties.
Best: Georgetown Day. The last Friday of class in the spring is a huge day drinking fest, kind of like homecoming. People go to class drunk, some teachers cancel class. It's just a great way to destress before finals begin.
**side note, some awful professors (like biochem) assigns exams on this day--really the support pre med students have here**
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