Isaiah Seibert

Chad Gasman: How one GUSA senator hopes to #FEMMEtheHilltop

Chad Gasman: How one GUSA senator hopes to #FEMMEtheHilltop

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10/12/2017

“I think Chad’s probably the first non-binary person to serve on the senate, which is a big thing,” said Juan Martinez (SFS ‘20), a GUSA senator. “It’s obviously predominantly white, male, cis[gender], heterosexual.” He’s talking about his best friend, Chad Gasman (COL ’20), a newly elected representative to the GUSA Senate. Gasman, who uses they/them…

Renovations Planned for St. William and Copley Crypt chapels

Renovations Planned for St. William and Copley Crypt chapels

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09/29/2017

The university has unveiled initial designs for renovations to St. William and Copley Crypt chapels. The new changes should help prevent water damage and improve liturgical life in the chapels.    Sonia Jarboe, an architect with GBR Architects, described the planned changes for the chapels at an open meeting Sept. 13. Exterior plans include waterproofing…

Administrators Share Tools for Supporting Undocumented Students

Administrators Share Tools for Supporting Undocumented Students

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09/12/2017

University administrators explained the recent rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and ways to support undocumented students at an information session in the HFSC Social Room. Around 100 students attended the Monday night event. The speakers explained the demographics of undocumented immigrants and DACA recipients, technical aspects of the DACA program…

Lavender Graduation celebrates LGBT students

Lavender Graduation celebrates LGBT students

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05/04/2017

Around 120 students from Georgetown’s undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools were recognized as a part of the LGBTQ Resource Center’s Lavender Graduation. The ceremony celebrated the achievements of graduating LGBT and allied students and their contributions to the greater Georgetown community while speakers reflected on the history of the LGBT community at Georgetown. Rev. Michael…

GU F.R.E.E., GIA hold demonstrations during GAAP Weekend

GU F.R.E.E., GIA hold demonstrations during GAAP Weekend

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04/26/2017

About 10 students with GU Forming a Radically Ethical Endowment (GU F.R.E.E.) demonstrated in the ICC Galleria, where student clubs were tabling as a part of GAAP Weekend. Students from the Georgetown Israel Alliance (GIA) and other pro-Israel students, some of whom were wearing Israeli flags as capes, arrived after the students with GU F.R.E.E….

Georgetown students and faculty join March for Science

Georgetown students and faculty join March for Science

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04/24/2017

About 150 Georgetown students and faculty joined the March for Science in downtown Washington, D.C to advocate for the importance of scientifically informed policy.The Washington march was the main protest of a movement with more than 500 marches on all seven continents. The group gathered outside of Regents Hall around 10 a.m. Saturday and walked…

Taste Test: Peeps

Taste Test: Peeps

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04/16/2017

This week on Taste Test, Erika Bullock is joined by Danielle Hewitt, Graham Piro and Isaiah Seibert to learn the history behind the popular easter confection, Peeps! Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Peeps-Taste-Test.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

In Chartered Waters: School Choice in the District

In Chartered Waters: School Choice in the District

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03/31/2017

“We certainly are keenly aware of the fact that you have choices and your children can go anywhere,” Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) Antwan Wilson said to concerned students, parents, and teachers gathered at a community conversation in Alice Deal Middle School on March 27. Students, teachers, and parents sat at…

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