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A 30 song, two-hour-plus version of Red. In the words of Taylor Swift, “I never saw [it] coming, and I will never be the same.” Red (Taylor’s Version) takes listeners... Read more
Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales (Kristen Stewart), is facing away from the camera, alone. Her back is arched gracefully, not a hair on her head is out of place, and... Read more
Georgetown fell two times at the Wooden Legacy Tournament this week. Despite some good individual performances, questions remain.
Something about PinkPantheress seems familiar. Pulling extensively from 2000s beats, the TikTok-famous hitmaker crafts songs that are often an ode to the distinct sounds of her childhood. Incorporating the dazzling... Read more
The third-seeded Hoyas (18-2, 8-2 Big East) blazed past Providence (12-5-4, 5-2-3 Big East) 4-1 to advance to the Elite Eight in a physical match-up Sunday afternoon on Shaw Field.... Read more
Dining hall closures have left students staying on campus over Thanksgiving break with scarce accessible meal options for the holiday weekend. From Wednesday, Nov. 24 until Sunday, Nov. 28, all... Read more
After nearly 30 years of incarceration, Joel Castón is home. A mentor, advocate, advisory neighborhood commissioner, and former member of Georgetown’s Prison Scholars Program (PSP), Castón was released from the... Read more
On the corner of New Jersey Ave and O St. there is a community of residents the District plans to remove. As a result of a new pilot program to... Read more
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser lifted the indoor mask mandate on Nov. 16, but a message to the Georgetown community from Provost Robert Groves released the same day stated that the... Read more
GUSA elected a new slate of adjuncts and liaisons to the Finance and Appropriations (FinApp) committee as well as an Ethics and Oversight Senate Representative, and discussed how to provide... Read more
Leos has always created questions and confusion for students: what to eat? who to sit with? how to not sit alone? And now: where to throw away your waste after... Read more
An unannounced inspection of the D.C. jail, formally known as the Central Detention Facility (CDF), resulted in the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) determining that the conditions of the jail do... Read more
“Women’s rights are human rights”: Library exhibition highlights U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women
In 1995, Hillary Clinton declared “women’s rights are human rights” at the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women. Over 25 years later, Lauinger Library has debuted an exhibition about this... Read more
Latinx Heritage Month celebrations at Georgetown and nationwide ended on Oct. 15. Officially recognized at Georgetown since 2014, the month consisted of events held by different Latinx clubs and associations... Read more
Georgetown took down Georgia St on Sunday behind goals from Polvara and Riviere. Providence looms in the 3rd round.
For many queer youth, “coming out of the closet” is treated as the ultimate milestone, a crucial step before one is able to truly live their life with pride. The... Read more
In 2019, Taylor Swift revealed her plan to re-record her first six albums due to an ongoing legal battle over her masters. Fast forward two years, and now millions of... Read more
This tension represents the latest political scuffle in a city long defined by racial segregation and unequal access.
It’s that time of the semester. Students, overwhelmed by midterms, burnout, and personal challenges, need mental health resources. The collegiate conversation around mental health happens like clockwork: Students call for... Read more
The DC Peace Team offers a model of security without armed force, one based on de-escalation, community trust, and restorative justice.