Graham Krewinghaus

Graham is the news editor, a sophomore in the College, and a big plant guy.


Sports

More of the same as Men’s Basketball falls to Creighton

On Wednesday, Georgetown men’s basketball (6-17, 1-11 BIG EAST) lost convincingly to the Creighton Bluejays (14-8, 8-3 BIG EAST), 53-63, in Capital One Arena. The game was only their second... Read more

Sports

Hoyas fend off Blue Demons, end conference skid with confident win

Georgetown women’s basketball (9-9, 2-7 BIG EAST) beat the DePaul Blue Demons (11-8, 4-4 BIG EAST) at McDonough Arena on Wednesday night, a much-needed showing in what has so far... Read more

News

Student tutors rise to meet evolving needs at motel-turned-migrant shelter

A new D.C. Schools Project cohort goes to Days Inn to tutor newcomer migrant children, encountering more fundamental needs in the process.

Basketball Issue 2022

Brandon Murray is bringing the grind—and the style—back to the District

If you spot Brandon Murray on campus in his sweatpants, be sure to keep your distance. Murray, the sophomore transfer from Louisiana State University (LSU) who looks to be the... Read more

DC News

As D.C. nears suffrage for undocumented immigrants, activists hope for proper follow-through

The Local Resident Voting Rights Act of 2021 would allow D.C.’s non-citizens—including undocumented immigrants—to vote in local elections.

Halftime Sports

Voice Sportz’ NBA Predictions

With the start of the 2022-23 NBA season right around the corner, there’s no better time for the release of the Voice Sportz roundtable playoff predictions. In the Eastern Conference... Read more

News

“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.

Sports

Let’s Talk About Fight Club: GU Club Boxing hosts first showcase since 2019

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

Features

The Hoyas Georgetown won’t tell you about

30 years ago, somewhere in rural Alabama, amidst utter, incomprehensible chaos, a Hoya dropped more points than any Hoya has since the ’60s.

Features

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).