James Constant


Under the Covers: Sometimes, bigger isn’t actually better

Your dear scribe spent a hell of a lot of time reading over winter break. I was channeling my inner Juan Garcia Madero, one protagonist of many in Roberto Bolaño’s... Read more


If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Demystifying Net Neutrality

The Washington Post recently published an interview with billionaire technology entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. In the interview, Cuban rails against President Obama’s endorsement of “net neutrality,” saying... Read more


October and November crime more than doubles from same period last year

Before becoming victims of a violent mugging, Jackson Sinnenberg (COL ‘15) and Jack Schmitt (COL ‘15) weren’t particularly focused on their safety as they walked back to Burleith from a... Read more


Administration no longer considering consolidation of cultural centers

Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson announced at Tuesday’s diversity town hall meeting that preliminary plans to consolidate the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access, the Women’s Center, and... Read more


Saxa Politica: Admission based on assets?

It’s college admissions season, and Georgetown’s Nov. 1 deadline for early action admissions is just a few days away. Every year—it seems as if on a fixed schedule—the New York... Read more


Student leaders speak out against possible consolidation of three resource centers

Georgetown administrators have, over the past month, engaged in discussions about consolidating the Women’s Center, the LGBTQ Resource Center, and the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access into a single center.... Read more


GUPD addresses free speech at GUSA roundtable

At a GUSA Hoya Roundtable meeting this Tuesday, Georgetown University Police Department Chief Jay Gruber addressed free speech concerns. He called his department’s actions against H*yas for Choice last Monday... Read more


GUPD officer removes H*yas For Choice members protesting on 37th Street

An officer from Georgetown’s Department of Public Safety removed H*yas for Choice members from tabling on the sidewalk outside the University’s front gates Monday. The group was protesting a ceremony... Read more


Senate holds first hearing on D.C. statehood in 21 years

Activists and District leaders crowded the Dirksen Senate Office Building this Monday as the Senate held its first hearing on the issue of D.C. statehood in 21 years. If D.C.... Read more


D.C. police to pilot body cameras

Some D.C. police officers could be wearing body-mounted cameras as soon as Oct. 1 as part of a pilot program testing their viability for the entire police force, according to... Read more