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Last week, Georgetown students received two emails regarding Greek life on campus. On September 14, the administration sent out a message reminding students of their unchanged policy on social fraternities and sororities and explaining their reasoning behind the policy. The…More

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Last Thursday, Georgetown University announced the findings of its working group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation. The group’s recommendations include renaming Freedom Hall and Remembrance Hall, offering an apology, engaging with the descendant community, developing a public memorial, and establishing…More

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The Association of American Universities found that of 27 universities, an average of 23 percent of female undergraduates reported experiencing non-consensual sexual contact. This spring’s Sexual Assault and Misconduct Climate Survey, the results of which were released early this summer,…More

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The many Georgetown students who spend their summers in D.C. can look forward to the benefits of a less crowded campus, fireworks on July 4, and access to Yates Field House. While most students could use Yates freely over the…More

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Welcome to Georgetown. You have more time left here than any of us on the Voice. That makes us all a little jealous, but we’re trying to channel that feeling in a productive direction by offering you some unsolicited advice.…More

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When hours increase, it would seem logical that a rise in pay would follow. For Georgetown’s Ph.D. candidates, however, the events of recent months have strayed from that simple logic. In late February, Georgetown’s Ph.D. candidates discovered that their maximum…More

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Last Tuesday, it was announced that SFS students beginning with the class of 2017 are to have access to the language minors offered by the College. This is overwhelmingly positive news for most SFS students. Since it is compulsory for…More

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One could hardly be faulted for mistaking the University and the Church as age-old antagonists. The two ancient institutions share an inextricable history, a relationship at times both amiable and strained in fair measure. With the Lecture Fund’s invitation of Cecile Richards, president of Planned…More

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