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The Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) announced on March 25 the university agreed to COVID-19 protections.
Justice and injustice: Justin Bieber expresses passion for change and love on his sixth studio album
Justin Bieber’s sixth studio album, released on March 19, is already topping the charts. Justice is Bieber’s eighth overall album to be No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The original... Read more
The Georgetown Coalition for Workers’ Rights held a teach-in for the community about issues affecting Georgetown campus workers on March 21.
Join hosts Annabella Hoge and Sarah Watson as they interview Darren Jian, Editorial Board Chair, on the writing he has done on Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees, or GAGE, and... Read more
Bridgerton sits somewhere in the middle of the spectrum, not really committed to color-conscious casting, but not color-blind either. The way that race fits into the storyline seems to have been an afterthought. The conversation, which attributed the diversity of the society to love conquering prejudice, was so shallow that I wish they hadn’t included it.
The phenomenally high expectations surrounding the first quarantine-produced film Malcom & Marie set the audience’s hopes far too high for the actual outcome. With a cast of just two—albeit a... Read more
In this inaugural episode, Kayla and Maya discuss all things plastic. Welcome to the house! Here is our resource guide! Check it out for more info on our sources,... Read more
COVID-19 brought unique challenges to the Jesuits’ religious and communal lifestyle on campus and in the Georgetown neighborhood.
Listen to our brief introduction to get a sense of our new podcast!
Kristi Riggs shared her account of racial discrimination at Georgetown restaurant Martin’s Tavern via social media on Feb. 26.
Sneaker flipping enables the use of technology to exploit a slow-moving system. Now beyond innovative, the practice has become inequitable.
The office was established as part of the Reach Act, which included sections on racial equity training for D.C. governmental employees.
It’s officially midterm season. Between studying for your next exam and writing that 10-page essay, you are probably in dire need of some good old procrastination material. Why else would... Read more
It almost seems impossible, really, that most of the time I forget about this thing that has sat heavy in my chest for 17 years. There’s no other aspect of my life that is simultaneously so crucial to my internal narrative, and yet so distanced from it. Most days, it feels like my ED belongs to someone else—or millions of someone else's—more than it does to me.