“The hoopla of Earth Day is over. The problems remain. Only time will tell if these demonstrations accomplished anything.” 46 years ago, “the most trusted man in America,” NBC news anchor... Read more
On March 13, a petition titled ‘A Cure for Kehoe’ was released to voice concerns by Georgetown students in club sports about the lack of solutions to the closure of Kehoe Field on Feb. 2.
As knowledge of Nike’s widespread labor abuses has spread, their relationship with the university has come under fire.
Two Georgetown University professors, Lawrence O. Gostin, JD and Kenneth Lin, MD, MPH, published a Viewpoint online in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on Jan. 18 arguing... Read more
On Thursday, Jan. 21, the Office of Auxiliary Business Services and GUSA held a Dining and Meal Plan Town Hall. The speakers outlined what they had learned about dining behavior... Read more
The Georgetown University Police Department increased security for the 21st annual performance of Rangila on Nov 20 to 21. According to Georgetown University Chief of Police and Director of Public... Read more
It’s not often that you hear about Georgetown students and the Georgetown neighborhood agreeing about a noise problem. However, this past summer, the Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA), the university,... Read more
The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (IPPS) hosted a panel discussion about voting rights in America on Oct. 5th titled “Battle for the Ballot: How Progressives are Fighting... Read more
Georgetown’s BMW Center for German and European Studies hosted the sixth Herbert Quandt Lecture on Thursday Oct. 1 in Gaston Hall. The lecture, titled “The 25th Anniversary of German Unification:... Read more