Georgetown Theater & Performance Studies and Black Theatre Ensemble debuted their original musical, “Making The Go-Go Band” on Nov. 9 in the Davis Performing Arts Center. The show is just... Read more
Little Amal, a 12-foot puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, towered above a rustling layer of shining silver safety blankets. Behind the puppet, artists held children’s shoes over the crowd,... Read more
Overnight protest pushes back against Supreme Court case to block Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan
On the evening of Feb. 27, around 100 protesters gathered in the rain to advocate for student debt relief outside the Supreme Court.
Feb. 24 marked the one-year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. In commemoration, members of the Georgetown University Ukrainian Society (GUUS), founded by students Andrii Sendzuik (MSB ’24) and Sofia Sulek (SFS ’23) last year, organized and attended a weekend of events to draw attention to the current situation in Ukraine.
As students returned to campus after winter break, many began bombarding Flok—a popular, anonymous messaging app—to post complaints about mail room delays.
Georgetown faculty and students in the French department welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron at a White House ceremony on Dec. 1.
Initiative 82 passed with overwhelming support, meaning the tipped minimum wage will gradually increase to $16.10.
Georgetown Ukrainian Society visits Lithuanian Embassy in effort to expand cultural education on Eastern Europe
Members of Georgetown’s Ukrainian Society had the opportunity to join students from Gettysburg College at the Lithuanian Embassy on Sept. 23.