GU IMPROV: A light in the darknessGUPD officer removes H*yas For Choice members protesting on 37th StreetDistrict’s Fashion Week struts its stuff down the Capitol’s catwalksMen’s soccer defeats William and Mary in brutal heat

Feature: GU IMPROV: A light in the darkness

When Joe Luther (COL ‘16) decided to come to Georgetown, he had many predictions about the future. Like many of his classmates, he was focused on making friends, excelling in his classes, and on his professional development. “What I really liked about Georgetown,” Luther said, “was that you have this really great campus…but you also […]


GUPD officer removes H*yas For Choice members protesting on 37th Street

An officer from Georgetown’s Department of Public Safety removed H*yas for Choice members from tabling on the sidewalk outside the University’s front gates Monday. The group was protesting a ceremony in Gaston Hall where Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the Archbishop of Washington, was granted an honorary degree by Georgetown.  “He’s made a lot of homophobic comments […]

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District’s Fashion Week struts its stuff down the Capitol’s catwalks

Each September, the upper-echelon of the fashion editorial world sits shoulder-to-shoulder with celebrities and savvy socialites on the frontlines of designer runways displaying next season’s trends. The eyes of the couture world are fixed for four weeks on the major cities of production—Paris, London, Milan, New York.  D.C. is not one of these lavish locales, […]

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The Sports Sermon: Nipping it in the bud

These days, you can’t so much as look at the homepage of a major sporting news outlet without seeing Johnny “Football” Manziel’s name somewhere in the headlines. Between tearing it up at Texas A&M, tearing it up in Las Vegas, and nearly tearing up any hope he has of getting respect in the NFL, people […]

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  Commitment is one quality that heavily defines who we are as human beings. It is a reflection of not only our values and beliefs, but also of how strongly we feel about them. We can only truly commit ourselves to doing what we love because we need to love what we are doing to […]

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Removal of H*yas for Choice evinces limits of free speech on campus

A Georgetown University Police Department officer temporarily removed H*yas for Choice from a public sidewalk just outside the front gates on Monday while the student group silently protested the University’s decision to award an honorary degree to Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl. Citing the orders of a superior, the officer insisted that the group […]

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Twuesday Tweetacular: Georgetown Class of 2036 member born

Modestly putting books on shelves in the library is difficult when anaconda, talk dirty, and fireball come on in a row — Maddi Kaigh (@mmmmkaigh) September 24, 2014 Well Maddi Kaigh, that simply means that you should restrict... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
September 30

Meet your ANC candidate: Reed Howard

In the elections this November, Georgetown’s voters will be able to select new local representatives for the Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4E. Two ANC chairs are reserved for student representatives, and two candidates have stepped forward to represent Georgetown:... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 30

Nicholas Kristof makes all of your dreams come true in the ICC

Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof joined a half-full ICC auditorium for a conversation and book signing this Sunday. The crowd, modest though it may have been, seemed enraptured by every word that came out... Read More
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By James Constant
September 30

Concerned alumni write letter to DeGioia about H*yas for Choice incident

232 Georgetown alumni sent a strongly-worded letter today to the office of University President John DeGioia (COL ’79) about the wrongful removal of H*yas for Choice from the sidewalk near the front gates by GUPD last week. Erin Matson (COL... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 29

Just the Tip: Buy glasses and don’t bother with contacts

Dear Connor, I’ve had this issue where every time I go out… I black out. I’ve tried altering my drinking choices, I’ve started to drink later in the night, and I’ve even tried eating more… but I just... Read More
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By Connor Rohan
September 29