Speaking out against racism is more than an action. It is a process of recognizing the ways in which white people contribute to and benefit from institutional and societal racism. It is a process of realizing feeling guilty is a privilege—that Black people and other people of color have been living with the effects of this racism for their entire lives.
CW: This article discusses allegations of sexual assault and harassment. In a rare move, the GUSA Senate called an emergency meeting the night of June 29 to rewrite a piece... Read more
Content warning: This article discusses instances of oppression of Black individuals. Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service is committed to the inclusion of global anti-racism as a core principle, according to... Read more
An anonymous McDonough School of Business graduate student filed a class-action lawsuit against Georgetown on May 21 seeking expense repayment in light of the COVID-19 campus shut down and move... Read more
With all camps and conferences cancelled and classes moved online through July, Georgetown will sit nearly empty through the summer months. However, the campus will remain a refuge for a... Read more
Wisemiller’s, a local deli frequented by Georgetown students, raised over $28,000 on GoFundMe to remain open in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. The over 800 donors represent students, neighborhood... Read more