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GU Politics Introduces New Fellows

GU Politics Introduces New Fellows

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09/11/2017

The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service, an initiative of the McCourt School of Public Policy, recently invited its fall 2017 fellows to campus. On Friday, Sept. 8, the Voice interviewed the fellows, political experts who will directly interact with students throughout the semester during regular discussion group meetings. Ron Bonjean served as communications…

Leo’s set to undergo renovations

Leo’s set to undergo renovations

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12/12/2016

Leo O’Donovan dining hall and Hoya Court are scheduled to undergo significant renovations for the 2016-17 academic year. Both Hoya Court and the upper floor of Leo’s will host new meal plan-eligible retail dining options, while the lower level of Leo’s will be renovated to provide a revised buffet-style format to students. These changes were…

Questions for the Vegas Golden Knights

Questions for the Vegas Golden Knights

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12/06/2016

On Nov. 22, it was officially announced that the National Hockey League’s new Las Vegas team, scheduled to first take the ice in the fall of 2017, will be known as the Vegas Golden Knights. The team’s name and logo were officially revealed by a group featuring NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, team owner Bill Foley,…

Election resonates through university

Election resonates through university

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11/17/2016

The unexpected outcome of the 2016 presidential election has resonated throughout the Georgetown community. The days after the election of Donald Trump saw many politically neutral initiatives to help students cope with the aftermath of a long and vitriolic political campaign. That being said, the university has also witnessed several explicitly partisan displays of support…

Former Kiribati President discusses climate change

Former Kiribati President discusses climate change

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11/02/2016

Anote Tong, the former President of the island microstate of Kiribati, spoke on Oct. 17 in Copley Formal Lounge on the consequences of climate change. Tong’s speech was part of the Georgetown Global Futures Initiative’s semester-long focus on environmental issues, which also brought Secretary of State John Kerry to campus in Sept. Tong’s speech highlighted…

Election of Jesuit Superior General  prompts reflection

Election of Jesuit Superior General prompts reflection

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10/21/2016

On Oct. 14, in Rome, the General Congregation of the Jesuit order elected Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J., of Venezuela as the 31st Superior General of the Society of Jesus, the head of the Jesuit order. In the order’s 476-year history, there has never before been a leader from Latin America. The election has prompted…

Untitled Leisure Project: Bon Iver

Untitled Leisure Project: Bon Iver

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10/05/2016

Bon Iver is back! In this week’s Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese, Leisure Editor Mike Bergin, Assistant Leisure Editor Caitlin Mannering, and News staff writer Michael Coyne, discuss the band’s new album 22, A Million, and the group’s artistic growth. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/ULP_Ep7_BonIver-10516-4.52-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Vigil draws crowd for Black Lives Matter movement

Vigil draws crowd for Black Lives Matter movement

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09/27/2016

Over 200 students and faculty gathered in Red Square on Friday, Sept. 23 for a vigil and forum on race relations and racial justice in the U.S. While the forum explicitly focused on the recent death of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Okla., and the unrest in Charlotte, N.C., discussion covered a wide range of themes….

Georgetown transitions to Canvas online system

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09/15/2016

Georgetown students returned to campus in August to discover that a sizable portion of university professors now use Canvas, a product of Salt Lake City-based Instructure, instead of the Blackboard online class-hosting platform that was used previously. Canvas has been met with some positive reviews by Georgetown administration, faculty, and students–though migrating to the new…

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