Undocumented students push for more support on campusOribe Ware shatters experimental expectations at Freer GalleryShot down: Musketeers ruin Hoyas’ rise into top 25Interfaith dialogue remains strong on campus despite international turmoil

Feature: DC to Qatar: A Georgetown presence in Doha

Next Tuesday, Georgetown’s Qatar campus of the School of Foreign Service kicks off a two-day academic conference entitled “Scapes of Power: A Critical Appraisal” to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Mohammed Reza Pirbhai, an associate professor at SFS-Q and chairperson of the Conference Working Committee, describes “Scapes of Power” in terms that make it seem like […]


City on a Hill: Obama’s Odd Duck Politics

With the twilight two years of the Obama administration well under way and the president’s sixth State of the Union address now under his belt, it’s worth remembering that, of the men who have occupied the Oval Office, Barack Obama was always a bit of a political odd duck long before he became a lame […]

On the Record with President DeGioia
Undocumented students push for more support on campus
CISR votes against GU Fossil Free’s proposal for full divestment


Oribe Ware shatters experimental expectations at Freer Gallery

Fully expecting a ceramic exhibition that showcased the traditional precision and symmetry of Japanese art—think delicate cherry blossoms on a silk screen—I could initially only find two words to justify the anomaly I saw at the Freer Museum’s Oribe Ware exhibit: poor craftsmanship. Overlooking the wear from being a few centuries old, the collection of […]

China Chilcano’s combinations prove all that glitters is (edible) gold
Black Sea drowns in own claustrophobia
Cherry Tree Massacres


The Sports Sermon: Lynch needs to grow up

Sometimes in life, you have to do things you don’t want to do. That holds true whether you’re an adolescent who greatly disdains household chores or an adult who gets frustrated by some of the responsibilities that come with age. They are the duties that come attached with your role in life and, unfortunately, they […]

Shot down: Musketeers ruin Hoyas’ rise into top 25
Women’s hoops learns from defeats
Backdoor Cut: Media fanning the flames of courtstorming


The view from Florida: Solar Energy proposal casts light on GOP schism

There are few things the GOP loves more than defending the coal industry and dismantling economic regulations. But what happens when these goals come into conflict? This is the question confronting the Florida Republican Party as it considers the so-called Solar Choice ballot initiative. The initiative, which needs 682,000 signatures to make it onto the […]

“It’s 2015. It’s Time.” Why aren’t women equal yet?
Can the GOP go green? Reconnecting with Nixon’s legacy
To Boldly Go Where No Fan Has Gone Before: In Defense of Fandom


Partial divestment a welcome compromise for all

On Monday, the Committee on Investments and Social Responsibility rejected GU Fossil Free’s proposal to divest from the 200 largest fossil fuel companies from its endowment. Instead, it recommended that the university’s Board of Directors should target coal companies for divestment and become an activist shareholder as it continues to invest in other fossil fuels. […]

Undocumented Hoyas deserve more resources
GUSA candidates must fight for student voice

Talks with Vox: Father O’Brien

This week has been all about the Jesuits. From Jesuit Trivia Night, to Jesuit story telling…even to the opportunity to spike a Jesuit with a volleyball, this Jesuit Heritage Week encourages students to get their Cura Personalis on. Although... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
January 30

Provost announces new Committee for Diversity

Earlier this week, Provost Robert Groves announced the establishment of the Provost’s Committee for Diversity and has invited students interested in reforming race and social issues on campus to apply to join for this spring semester. The committee... Read More
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By Maneesha Panja
January 30

Club (Sports) or Die: Women’s Ultimate Frisbee is much more than a club team

The Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team, better known as the Huckin’ Foyas, is a force to be reckoned with. Although they were seeded 8th out of 10 teams in a tournament last weekend, they ended up placing 5th overall.... Read More
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By Carley Tucker
January 30

DCPS to invest $20 million for minority male students

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson (SFS ’92, G ’07) announced a plan to invest $20 million in minority male students to support new programs such as creating an all boys college prep school as well as a mentor program... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
January 29

This Week in the Voice: The other SFS

We all know the struggle of trying to register for a class and getting an email from your Dean saying you cannot sign up for courses in the SFS Qatar (well, at least Vox has). In this week’s feature... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
January 29