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Lauinger remodeling aims to create a more modern, socialization-oriented library

Lauinger Library has served as a main study space at Georgetown, but now, administrators are considering an upgrade to the dated facility. 

Halftime Leisure

Olivia Rodrigo masters the art of storytelling in Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u

Rodrigo gives fans a much-anticipated glimpse into the creative process of making SOUR, the now Grammy-winning album.

News

UndocuWeek returns to campus to celebrate and elevate immigrant voices

HFIR hosted its sixth annual UndocuWeek to educate, support, and raise awareness for undocumented students on Georgetown’s campus.

News

Hoyas Advocating for Slavery Accountability protests in front of White-Gravenor Hall

Students revived the effort to hold the university accountable for its commitment to GU272 descendants made after the 2019 referendum. 

Voices

It’s time for Georgetown to fulfill its promises to Descendants

We students demand transparency from the Foundation where there has been none, equal investment from Georgetown in a wider range of projects outside of the Foundation, consistent material reparations, a seat at the table that for too long has been missing for descendants in the decision making process, and a highly visible,  meaningful memorial on campus.

Halftime Leisure

Conan Gray renounces a fractured relationship in his new single “Memories”

From the moment “Memories” begins, Gray makes it abundantly clear that he understands how best to tell a story rooted in disillusioned nostalgia.

Leisure

We gave Lizzy McAlpine a minute and five seconds flat is the remarkable result

five seconds flat firmly side-steps the sophomore slump with mature production, stellar lyricism, and fearless creativity.

Sports

Trial by Fire: A Swimmer’s Reflection on Winning the Big East Conference Championship

As the last leg of the four by one hundred freestyle relay was approaching the wall, the waterfall of tears began to flow freely from my eyes and there was... Read more

Sports

Baseball Strikes Fear in #11 Virginia, Fall Short 6-4

The Georgetown University baseball team (22-15, 4-5 Big East) fell just short on Wednesday in a 6-4 loss in what was the Hoyas’ toughest test of the season, a road... Read more

Halftime Sports

More to Give: The Untimely Death of Dwayne Haskins

I remember exactly where I was when I found out Kobe Bryant died. I was in the basement of the Gap store on 400 Fulton Street in Manhattan, New York,... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Pabllo Vittar and Rina Sawayama’s “Follow Me” is an exercise in excess

In her collaboration with Rina Sawayama, Vittar crafts a club banger with plenty of heart.

Sports

Out of the park, but under the radar: Georgetown Baseball defies expectations

Coach Edwin Thompson and the Georgetown Hoyas baseball team are changing the culture of the 150-year-old program right under our noses. After a history of losses, this team was not... Read more

Leisure

Synetic Theater’s The Servant of Two Masters brings movement and life to a centuries-old classic

A complicated play with several major plot points conveyed to the audience through characters’ verbal recounting of events, it hardly seems the perfect candidate for an adaptation without any words.

Leisure

The Outfit (2022) is as sharp and stylish as expected

Graham Moore’s directorial debut The Outfit (2022) whisks the audience along in a series of complications and dangles the hope of a conclusion with restored justice.

Halftime Leisure

The Tinder Swindler and the dark side of dating apps

The Tinder Swindler exposes the true dangers of dating people who we meet online and don’t truly know.

Halftime Leisure

Horse races, heated stares, and happy endings: Bridgerton season two deals in heavy-handedness

Yet in its second season, Bridgerton, which ostensibly continues Pride and Prejudice’s Regency-era legacy, fails to deliver this satisfying progression.

Leisure

Rex Orange County’s Who Cares? puts an optimistic spin on feeling aimless

While the title may seem fatalistic, Rex (Alex O’Connor) puts a cheerful twist on the question with his fourth album.

Leisure

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 explores the tricky relationship between love and grief

Based on Volume 0 of Gege Akutami’s beloved manga and anime series, Jujutsu Kaisen 0 (2021) is a dark fantasy film that expertly navigates the tricky web of pain and guilt that sits under the shadow of unreconciled grief.

Features

Visions 2022 marks 25 years of celebrating Black Georgetown

BSA is hosting its first in-person Visions of Excellence Ball since the pandemic began, heading to the Mayflower Hotel on May 1.

Voices

Yes, I know where the masjid is

Hijabis are like the lighthouses of Muslims: We’re easy to see and people gravitate towards us when they have an Islam-related question.

Features

Georgetown’s music program revives the music of Margaret Bonds after decades of silence

On April 2, Gaston Hall erupted with the sound of over 80 student musicians performing the remarkable work of this Black female composer.

News

After two years, half of Georgetown students receive bystander training online—and say it isn’t effective

More than half the student body lacked bystander training on assault, harassment, and other sexual and interpersonal violence issues. 

Sports

Georgetown Rugby is winning like hell. Where’s their school support?

On game day, members of the Georgetown men’s club rugby team pile into teammate JP Mancini’s (COL ’22) large Chevy Suburban for a road trip to their off-campus match. While... Read more

News

Gaps in South Asia curriculum elicit student petition

Students petitioned the university to hire more South Asian professors and offer more courses related to South Asia and its languages.

Editorials

Georgetown’s “global perspective” shouldn’t end at Europe

Let Georgetown’s ongoing response to Ukraine guide its future engagement with world affairs, no matter the region or race of the affected.