Alec Weiker

Alec Weiker is a freshman studying in the SFS. He believes that the only borders that ever mattered was the book store. RIP.


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Punjabi farmers are protesting unfair economic practices. Georgetown’s Sikh Student Association is standing with them.

SSA rallied the Georgetown community in support of the farmers' protest in India, inviting experts to discuss the protests’ significance.

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Following new D.C. law, the Corp plans to reverse cashless policy by Fall 2021

The Corp will begin accepting cash again following the passage of the Cashless Retailers Prohibition Act of 2019.

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Sivagami Subbaraman retires as director of LGBTQ Resource Center and Women’s Center

Director of the LGBTQ Resource Center and Women’s Center announced last November that she would be retiring as director.

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Omar Alshogre, human rights activist and Syrian refugee, comes to Georgetown to continue his advocacy

Omar Alshogre went viral when he announced on Nov. 1 that he was admitted to Georgetown University for the spring semester.

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Department of Education alleges Georgetown failed to disclose foreign gifts, university denies

Georgetown denies DoED allegations they have failed to disclose foreign gifts and may be subject to foreign influence.

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Georgetown Law School’s ABLE Program provides intervention training to law enforcement agencies

Georgetown ABLE Project is providing peer intervention training to law enforcement in police departments across the country. 

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The Georgetown Progressive Alliance: A new space for progressive ideas, community, and activism

The Georgetown Progressive Alliance (GPA), a new political organization for leftist students, has begun holding meetings this semester and promoting progressive causes on and off-campus.  The club itself is the... Read more

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Georgetown professors take part in nationwide Scholar Strike

Georgetown professors joined in on the nationwide Scholar Strike on Sept. 8 and 9 to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement and draw attention to police brutality directed... Read more