“More women mean more peace:” Albright symposium reflects on the importance of women in foreign service
Six months after the death of professor and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, the Georgetown community honored her legacy.
Stepping into the boxing ring on April 23, Camilla Sigmund (COL ’23) had four goals on her mind: avoid a concussion, keep her footwork strong, breathe slowly, and prevent her... Read more
For incarcerated D.C. residents, poor conditions aren’t new—but it took a pandemic to prompt changes
Tyrone Walker memorized one specific sentence in the bio of Tom Faust, the director of the D.C. Department of Corrections (DOC).
The 1619 Freedom School, founded by Hannah-Jones, is an after-school program for young Black kids to learn Black history.
GUSA Senate declines to overturn executive election results, certifies Wolfe and Ume-Ukeje despite campaign allegations
The GUSA Senate convened on Feb. 13 to certify the 2022 executive election results over the recommendation of the Election Commission (EC).
GradGov president, vice president accused then cleared of misappropriation in Israel trip controversy
GradGov SLC passed and later rescinded a vote of no confidence against the president and vice president regarding a student trip to Israel.
At 3:25 p.m. on a Wednesday, a line of families trails out of the Kennedy Recreation Center in Shaw. Parents stand patiently, but their kids are doing any one of... Read more
Students shuffle into seats on a Tuesday afternoon, chatting as they open their bags. After a year and a half, they’re glad to see their classmates face-to-face, sit in creaky... Read more