Don’t Stop Believing: The Catholic perspective on Georgetown’s religious identityCarry That Weight emphasizes heavy impact of sexual assault on campusesNomadic Theatre’s boom blows up Walsh Black Box with apocalyptic sexGeorgetown football comes up short on homecoming

Feature: Don’t Stop Believing: The Catholic perspective on Georgetown’s religious identity

Early yesterday afternoon, three unidentified men approached the front gates and set up camp in Healy Circle. They carried black signs with white lettering that read “Repent and Believe the Gospel (Mark 1:15),” “Fear Him Who Has Power to Cast You into Hell (Luke 12:5),” and “Jesus Christ is Lord,” the latter in all capital […]


Carry That Weight emphasizes heavy impact of sexual assault on campuses

Red Square included more than its usual fare of tabling student groups and farmers market tents on Wednesday—pillows and mattresses bearing red tape in the shape of an “X” or painted slogans overshadowed the rest of the crowd. Sponsored and organized by Georgetown University Take Back the Night, GUSA, and Georgetown Sexual Assault Peer Educators, […]

Student groups gather to support GU Fossil Free divestment proposal delivery
D.C. voters to decide on marijuana legalization within the District
Saxa Politica: Admission based on assets?


Nomadic Theatre’s boom blows up Walsh Black Box with apocalyptic sex

With its Solo cup-throwing and crocheted blankets, atonal elevator music, yelling and crying, death and life, and truth and fiction, there is no doubt that Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s boom, Nomadic Theatre’s first show of the season, is a messy play. This production, directed by Johan Clarke (COL ’15), is busy to say the least, despite […]

Decode The Imitation Game
Mama Rouge paints the waterfront red
Fashion Art Design dresses up Georgetown


The Sports Sermon: Casillas already in soccer’s pantheon

I recently came across an online piece written by international soccer writer Kris Voakes in the wake of this weekend’s clásico match between Spanish clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona. In a section of the piece chronicling Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas’ contributions to his sides’ 3-1 victory over their hated rivals, the writer described the Spanish […]

Backdoor Cut: Enough to keep you coming back
Volleyball falls to Marquette
Men’s soccer earns vital six points


Carrying On: Cultural immersion in the Moscow Metro

“Why?” was the most common response to my plans to study in Moscow this fall. My answer was three-fold: to submerge myself in a rich language, a culture that has long intrigued the world, and a region the U.S. has lost focus on since the collapse of the U.S.S.R. I would argue that studying in […]

Transcendentalism on Tumblr is an unattainable ideal
American education system perpetuates structural violence
Korean Student Association makes promise for more inclusion


In GU Fossil Free-CISR dialogue, a model for campus engagement

Eight members of the student group GU Fossil Free presented a finalized proposal to the university’s Committee on Investments and Social Responsibility, an advisory committee to the Board of Directors, on Monday afternoon. A result of collaboration between both students and faculty, the proposal calls on the university to cease investing in companies involved with […]

D.C. voters should pass marijuana initiative, but proceed with caution
Sabra protests put strengths and dangers of Israel BDS on display

Free Friday: Fear at the Freer Gallery of Art

Not sure what you want to do this Halloween night to replace the empty hole in your heart of no longer trick or treating? Vox has an idea for you! The Freer Gallery of Art, located at the south... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
October 31

Just the Tip: John Calvin writes in as guest advice columnist

Editor’s note: Connor Rohan, the regular columnist of Just the Tip, is off this week. Theologian John Calvin, recipient of the 1534 Caldecott Medal for his seminal work Institutes of the Christian Religion, has written this week’s column. Dear... Read More
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By Connor Rohan
October 31

Hillary Clinton talks about women and the global economy in Gaston Hall

Former Secretary of State (and potential presidential candidate) Hillary Clinton joined a panel of women leaders in Gaston Hall yesterday for an event sponsored by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. Clinton’s remarks and the panel discussion... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
October 31

Georgetown community helps find faculty member’s abducted dog

On Tuesday morning, the tiny, fluffy poodle Charlie was taken by a stranger right outside of Saxbys at 35th and O Street. Community outreach and a rescue campaign proved successful, and Charlie was recovered by police this morning.... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
October 30

Saxbys to offer free pumpkin spice lattes on Halloween

Get your basic asses ready, because Saxbys is about to win that pumpkin spice latte game. Tomorrow, in celebration of Halloween, Saxbys Coffee will offer each customer one free, small pumpkin spice latte. In an email to Vox, Saxbys... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
October 30