The premise is deceptively simple. It is a cabaret show about the fabulous and dramatic lives of a songwriter and a performer at the close of the golden age of... Read more
Representatives from academic councils and student groups have worked to compile research on what a revamped requirement could look like.
The six million Americans who tune into the Bachelor every Monday (and everyone who watches it after) are not here for love. Honestly, the purpose of the franchise, the promise... Read more
The continued criminalization of purchasing cannabis has most harmed D.C.’s Black residents, a historic inequality new bills hope to address.
Content Warning: This article discusses racism and references racial slurs. They aren’t pro athletes aglow on a field surrounded by cameras. They aren’t NCAA champions or national stars shipping... Read more
Tricked-out monologue meets pared-down musical, Round House Theatre’s A Boy and his Soul doesn’t miss a beat online
There is a certain beauty in watching a show and thinking, “this could have been done so poorly.” It means not just that all the right choices were made, but... Read more
Join hosts Annabella Hoge and Sarah Watson as they interview Annemarie Cuccia on the writing she has done on Indigenous experiences at Georgetown and the school’s history of complicity in... Read more
The Voice can offer a behind-the-scenes look at Georgetown’s COVID-19 plans over the past year based on email exchanges with the DOH.