“Voice for peace” Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska fights for education, announces book donation in Gaston Hall
Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska addressed over 700 students, faculty, and Ukrainian visitors in Gaston Hall during an event hosted by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (GIWPS)... Read more
The Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Prevention opened in Ward 8 on April 17 thanks to $25 million in grant funding from The Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation.
Ten speakers chronicled their life experiences and personal growth at the 12th annual TEDxGeorgetown event on April 23.
The towering Transformers sculptures on Prospect Street, NW, are facing an old foe from 2021—a three-person federal board determined to get rid of them.
On March 8, statehood activists and elected officials gathered to speak out against their lack of independence at the “Hands Off DC” rally outside Union Station. U.S. Capitol Police arrested at least 17 protesters during the subsequent march on Capitol Hill, including U.S. Shadow Representative of the District Dr. Oye Owolewa.
GU Politics Fellows stress unity and optimism for future generations despite divisive political climate
The Spring 2023 GU Politics fellows met with the Voice to discuss American politics and what they want to see from the next generation.
Over a hundred Georgetown students took to the Healy steps to protest the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Jan. 21.
As the lawsuit against the 568 Presidents Group continues, supporters are encouraging students to speak out.
On Friday, Oct. 14, bustling crowds once again filled the National Air and Space Museum as it reopened to the public.
Members of the Georgetown community push back on Republican senators’ proposed anti-vaccine mandate for D.C. public schools
Sens. Ted Cruz and Marsha Blackburn have introduced a bill to repeal D.C. public school's vaccine mandate, to the protest of many.