- By Month
Saturday, December 2 was a day which will live in infamy for Georgetown men’s basketball. After battling back from a double digit deficit, Georgetown head coach Ed Cooley’s group fell... Read more
With three new releases, it seems that Laufey might just be on her way to being crowned the jazzy new “Queen of Christmas.”
Georgetown student activists join calls for Supreme Court to “disarm domestic violence” as it hears gun control case
As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Nov. 7 for a case that would decide whether federal law could disarm people with domestic violence orders against them, a group... Read more
At Porchfest, mundane, everyday residences turned into places of spectacle, adding to the overall charm of the festival.
On paper, one of Georgetown men’s basketball’s (5-2, BIG EAST) most exhilarating wins of the season came on Wednesday night, as a back-and-forth, physical game came down to the last... Read more
Georgetown had a lot to be grateful for during Thanksgiving week, as men’s and women’s basketball picked up three non-conference wins. Georgetown women’s basketball (5-1, BIG EAST) won two games... Read more
Higher is a solid album, consistent with Stapleton’s well-established reputation in the country music sphere.
This week, Caroline and Dylan are joined by Ish Massoud, forward on Georgetown Men’s Basketball! Hailing from Harlem, New York, Ish discusses bringing a veteran presence to the Georgetown locker... Read more
From the very beginning of this country's settler-colonialism to the most modern manifestation of Jim Crow through the prison system, these historical examples are part of larger systems upholding the white upper-class power structure. It shows us that there is an intentional inability to establish our values for all Americans. Patriotism should not find its foundation in this history, but rather in the advocates that challenged them. While exclusion is a fundamental part of American history, so too is resistance. Dissent is pivotal in dismantling these exclusionary visions of America. In particular, dissent rooted in fundamental principles of democracy, justice, and equality is one of the most American things imaginable.
Sofia Coppola's adaptation of Priscilla Presley's memoir exposes the glamorized lures of love and belonging that infiltrated her girlhood.
Saltburn is a stirring investigation of external beauty and the insidiousness that foments beneath it.
On September 9, 2023, a day marked by challenging winds, the collegiate sailing world witnessed a display of strategic prowess and adaptability as Georgetown freshman Peter Barnard claimed victory on... Read more
For all the talk about free speech and expression, universities across the country, empowered by governmental institutions, have severely suppressed pro-Palestine activism since Oct. 7. On Oct. 26, Sen. Josh... Read more
LoveLoud has hosted LGBTQ+ charity fundraiser festivals since 2017, but this year, they're taking the show on the road.
By making the entirety of Georgetown their stage, Ellington students invite all its residents to take part in their masterpiece.
Nomadic’s stripped-back production of Betrayal still managed to draw the audience into an intimate web of complicated relationships.
While this project was a bit lackluster, Kahan has not lost his magic, and will hopefully find his footing in future duets
This season delivered on exactly what the fans wanted and brought massive changes to the scallywag crew of The Revenge, dawning a new era.
Shocking. Cruel. Terrifying. Devastating. Criminal. Some say there are "no words" to describe the searing events of October in Israel and Gaza. But these words and many others accurately describe the suffering of both Israelis and Palestinians at this terrible moment in the history of the modern Middle East. As scholars of the region who have devoted years of research, study, teaching, and discussion to the Israeli-Palestinian tragedy, we implore our students, administration, and colleagues to care for all humans impacted by the ongoing carnage flooding our news feeds.
A lion, a sea witch, and their flashy wardrobes: A wicked history of Hollywood’s queer-coded villains
Hollywood’s use of queerness almost exclusively in its villains—as deviations from the norm—has become a lazy and problematic cop-out.
For the next year, my grandmother lived with my family to help raise my sister and me. Her gentle touch and her kind eyes grew familiar, so much so that I would often mistake her for my Mamu. It only made sense that my first word was addressed to her: “Aama,” which in Nepali, means “mother” and not “grandmother.” She wore the title proudly, like a pageant sash. I’d like to think this was the beginning, that the first word that spilled out of my mouth was in my mother tongue—a phrase dedicated to the woman who meant the most to me, yet I called her the wrong name. This is a story about words: the ones that were shared, others that were lost in translation, and some that never needed to be spoken aloud.
Content warning: This article includes references to sexual violence. When Georgetown students gather on the front lawn each Halloween to watch a screening of The Exorcist (1973), it is more... Read more
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Cricket World Cup kicked off this October in India, drawing millions of fans to watch another competition between the world’s cricket powerhouses. Despite being... Read more