Aashna Nadarajah


Students, activists rally as Supreme Court considers potential restrictions on abortion medication

Thousands of protesters protested at the Supreme Court against potential restrictions on the use of a common abortion medication, mifepristone, as oral arguments began for FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine on March 26.


Panel centers Black women on the political landscape

In a panel on Feb. 5, Black female scholars from across the country came together to explore the power of Black women in American politics and their nuanced role as... Read more


GU Politics Fellows talk student political leadership

The Spring 2024 class of GU Politics Fellows sat down with the Voice to discuss their goals for their discussion groups and the importance of youth perspectives.


Georgetown Racial Justice Institute launches discussion series on advancing racial equity

Three champions of racial justice spoke on advancing racial equity on Oct. 26 in Riggs Library, the first in a series of panel discussions hosted by the Georgetown Racial Justice... Read more


D.C. Council ban on cashless businesses takes effect, aims to address equity concerns

Georgetown students will no longer walk back to campus empty-handed after finding out their favorite business does not accept cash. A D.C. Council ban on cashless businesses, which took effect... Read more


Mike Pence speaks on foreign policy in Gaston Hall

Former Vice President and GOP presidential candidate Mike Pence spoke to Georgetown students, faculty, and livestream attendees in Gaston Hall on Oct. 3. During the hour-long event, Pence fielded questions... Read more


Trans rights panel embodies community-centered activism at Georgetown

Four activists made Georgetown history on Sept. 26, becoming the first panel entirely of transgender and nonbinary individuals to speak in Gaston Hall. The event, titled “Trans Rights in America,”... Read more


In wake of gun violence in D.C. and on college campuses, students and activists seek out change

As classes started at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) this August, college students went into lockdown after a graduate student shot and killed associate professor Zijie... Read more