This year, unrecognized student group H*yas for Choice celebrates its 25th anniversary. In an environment historically rife with opposition, H*yas for Choice has managed to make a name for themselves as unwavering advocates for reproductive rights. The story of their founding and growth underscores some of the unique actors and themes at play on a…
“Everyday and every generation of students and faculty here, we carry that inherent tension between being a university in all its fullness, and being Catholic and Jesuit.”
Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) staged a rally in Red Square on Friday, March 18 to gain support for their Work with Dignity Campaign and demands.
On March 16, the Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) presented five administrators or their staff with packages of pillows, sheets, and towels, along with a list of demands.
In 1957, the year Little Rock Central High School was desegregated, Sen. John F. Kennedy bought a house in the Georgetown neighborhood. Attached to the deed was a restrictive covenant: the house could never be “used or occupied or sold, conveyed, leased, rented, or given to Negroes or any person or persons of the Negro…
As their term comes to a close, President Joe Luther and Vice President Connor Rohan sat down with the Voice to reflect on the past year.
Student residents of at least two university-owned properties on Prospect Street were informed that their water has been moving through lead pipes on Friday, Feb. 19.
On Feb. 24, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) is set to hold a hearing to receive public comment on the Georgetown Liquor License Moratorium. The moratorium zone, put into effect in 1989, when Georgetown was famous for its bars, limited the number of liquor licenses available in the neighborhood. The Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC)…
The corner of Wisconsin and M Streets was recently investigated as a high-crash intersection by the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) in their study “High Crash Intersection Visits.” 195 crashes were reported in the 3.5 year analysis period of the document. These incidents caused 36 injuries, two of which were “disabling”. Twelve pedestrians and nine…
On Thursday, Jan. 21, the Office of Auxiliary Business Services and GUSA held a Dining and Meal Plan Town Hall. The speakers outlined what they had learned about dining behavior on campus, the selection process of a dining hall vendor, and opened the floor to student input. Joelle Wiese, Vice President of Auxiliary Services, was…