What is Thirty Seventh?

Thirty Seventh is proud to be Georgetown University’s premier style blog. Previously called hilltop voGUe, we spotlight the fashion scene in the local Georgetown community as well as the greater DC area through original fashion and lifestyle content. Thirty Seventh seeks to create a dialogue that encourages students to celebrate the diversity of fashion on the Hilltop–not all Hoyas have closets full of preppy gear (and if you do, that’s cool too), and we want to highlight our stylistic and lifestyle differences. Through events and brand collaborations, we strive to facilitate a fashion community among local businesses and Georgetown students, and even connect Hoyas to professional and recreational opportunities in the fashion industry.

So join us–whether it be by browsing through our content, attending our events, or becoming a staff member! Remember that we’re all from different (cat)walks of life, and there is no such thing as how a “typical Georgetown student” should look.

Meet the Executive Board

The President and Vice President

Our fearless President, Mallory, and our Vice President, Marie, lead the way in managing and creating our vision for the blog.

Mallory is senior in the MSB, majoring in International Business with a minor in Spanish. Her hobbies include cheering for Georgetown’s sports teams, drinking excessive amounts of black coffee, and aggressively stopping strangers in order to pet their dogs.


Anna is our fierce Editorial Exec. She and our Junior Editorial Exec Jill direct our staff writers and edit all of our content.

Anna is a senior in the SFS, pursuing a Global Business major with minors in Spanish and Chinese. Her hobbies include editing for Thirty Seventh, taking long walks to Sephora, and convincing herself that she needs even more black clothing.

Jill is a sophomore in the College. When she isn’t being dragged to Lau 2 by her roommate, she is likely out to brunch, taking an embarrassing number of pictures of her food. She is obsessed with the color yellow, old mirrors, and drug store candy. She also may or may not suffer from a gum addiction.


Our lovely Photo Execs Christine, Kate, and Regina  manage our talented photographers and edit all the photos for the blog.

Christine Zhang is a senior in the MSB, majoring in Marketing and Finance and minoring in Fine Arts. When she isn’t napping or shopping for black sneakers, she is likely eating French fries or talking about eating French fries.

Regina is a Junior in the SFS, majoring in Global Business and pursuing a certificate in Asian Studies. Her interests includes: thinking about Trader Joe’s, making shopping lists for Trader Joe’s, ubering to Trader Joe’s and taking long walks in Trader Joe’s.

Kate Clark is a sophomore in the College, majoring in Art History and likely minoring in Theatre and Performance Studies. If she isn’t in class or at Poulton Stage III, she’s likely either watching Netflix or looking for her glasses which are on her head.


Julia and Seyi, our amazing Marketing Execs, handle all things branding and social media.

Seyi is a junior in the College majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies and minoring in Italian and Entrepreneurship. When she is not in class you can find her playing volleyball, in Epi scarfing down quesadillas, or binge watching Friday Night Lights for the hundredth time.


And behind the computer and graphics is our Design Exec, Maggie, and our Junior Exec, Meg.

Maggie is a senior in the College majoring in Art History and English. If she’s not working at the Phillips Collection, she is either at home reading or at Yates working out with Emilio Joubert. Her hobbies include making (and consuming) coffee and eating chocolate.

Meg is a junior in the SFS, majoring in STIA with a concentration in global health. If you can’t find her at Yates for diving practice, she is probably mourning the loss of Chi Di or busy online shopping for clothes she knows she’ll never buy.   


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