Post Pitch: Change Georgetown’s Colors
Welcome back to Post Pitch. This week, join Assistant Podcast Editor Romy Abu-Fadel in her interview with Editorial Board representative Andrea Ho. They discuss this week’s editorial board piece which... Read more
Students hold candlelight vigil to honor Tyre Nichols’ life
Students held a vigil in Red Square on Feb. 5 to honor the life of Tyre Nichols, a Black man who was beaten to death by police last month.
One-person protest in China spurs movement of anti-Xi posters across Georgetown, universities worldwide
A series of anti-Xi Jinping posters around campus in late October called for freedom, dignity, reform, and democracy in China.
Model UN must solve its own problems before it tries to solve the world’s
Model UN inculcates within participants the mentality that the world can be their playground and that people can be their pawns.
Center intersectionality in the pro-choice movement
Failure to emphasize intersectionality weakens the pro-choice movement by leaving marginalized communities feeling overshadowed and discouraged.
How I navigate achievement anxiety, and how you can too
Affixing our worth to achievement is no way to live—our love for ourselves shouldn’t be conditional on societal views of what makes us valuable.
Georgetown basketball returns to court amid calls for athletes to play
Georgetown basketball teams will return to games this month for the start of the college basketball season on Nov. 25.
Humans of Georgetown is back to tell its stories
Previously a dormant Facebook page with minimal activity, Humans of Georgetown is back, and as far as the team is concerned, it is here to stay.
D.C. Public Schools set to reopen in November amid ongoing pandemic
D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) will be reopening next month, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced in a COVID-19 situational update on Monday, Oct. 5. According to Chancellor of DCPS Dr. Lewis Ferebee,... Read more