Isaiah Seibert


In Chartered Waters: School Choice in the District

“We certainly are keenly aware of the fact that you have choices and your children can go anywhere,” Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) Antwan Wilson said... Read more


Orchestrating Diplomacy: GU Students Head to Cuba

While most students will be relaxing at home over spring break, twelve members of the Georgetown University Orchestra will be boarding a plane to Havana, Cuba. Only two years ago,... Read more


Anti-Trump group protests on campus

GUPD escorted a small group of six to seven representatives from off-campus after they protested Jan. 11 throughout university grounds. The group, none of whom were students, protested and distributed flyers... Read more


Weathering the Storm: Climate Policy in D.C.

In just a few days in June 2006, heavy rain put too much pressure on the city’s sewer system, causing major flooding in the Federal Triangle area. The water forced... Read more


Students march to protest Trump EPA appointment

On Nov. 17, a group of students marched from Red Square to the office of Myron Ebell, the head of President-Elect Donald Trump’s transition team for the Environmental Protection Agency... Read more

Halftime Leisure

“Nosedive”: Black Mirror‘s Turbulent Season 3 Premiere

Black Mirror has returned for a third season. This time, the show has brought its reflections on the dark side of technology to our side of the pond. Like many... Read more


GUSA approves smoke-free referendum proposal

At their Oct. 23 meeting, GUSA senate voted in favor of a referendum proposal that will ask undergraduates their opinions regarding the university’s plan to be smoke- and tobacco-free. The... Read more


GUSA Senate debates smoke-free referendum

GUSA senators debated a referendum proposal about a smoke-free and tobacco-free campus at their Oct. 16 meeting. The Senate will again debate an updated version of the original proposal, sponsored... Read more


Leftist group tries to establish itself on campus

A group of students are starting a Georgetown chapter of New Students for a Democratic Society (New SDS) this semester. Despite initial struggles with poor attendance, the organization has had... Read more


GUSA announces Senate results

GUSA’s annual Senate elections closed on Sept. 29 and results were released the next day. A total of 57 registered candidates ran for 32 available seats. There were several changes... Read more