Katie Doran

Katie is a freshman in the College, studying (probably) government, and the features editor. She loves tea, em dashes, baking, and pretty biweekly magazines from Georgetown's best publication.


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D.C. community reacts to student arrests at GW during Wednesday press conferences

Students arrested at the encampment spoke alongside Reps. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mi.) at a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol Building.

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The past three days at GW’s Gaza solidarity encampment

Over a week ago, a coalition of students from universities across D.C., including Georgetown, George Washington University (GW), and American University, established a Gaza solidarity encampment at University Yard (U-Yard)... Read more

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‘Georgetown admissions, I think you’re pretentious’: Rural students reflect on application process

Georgetown’s slow, confusing application platform has become a joke for admitted students—something to gripe about and bond over once they get to campus. But to Keatyn Wede (CAS ’27), it... Read more

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GW encampment grows onto street in third day of protest for Gaza

Saturday marks the third day that students have been camped in George Washington University’s (GW) University Yard, protesting in solidarity with Palestine. Late Friday evening, demonstrators that had been standing... Read more

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Students establish Gaza solidarity encampment on GW’s campus; 135 march from GU to join

Students from George Washington University along with students from Georgetown and other schools from throughout the D.C. area established an encampment in solidarity with Gaza early this morning on GW’s campus.

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Rep. Maxwell Frost speaks on Gen Z, identity in politics, and youth activism

From his work as an activist to making history as the first Generation Z member of Congress, Rep. Maxwell Frost’s career has been action-packed. On April 10, Frost, a Democrat,... Read more

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Freezing temperatures pose challenges for Georgetown’s homelessness outreach groups

As temperatures dropped below freezing in January and early February this year, homelessness outreach organizations scrambled to provide resources and shelter to the nearly 5,000 people currently experiencing homelessness in D.C.

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‘Bigger Than Roe’: 2024 D.C. Women’s March promotes hope in a post-Dobbs America

Pro-choice and anti-abortion protesters clashed at the annual Women’s March held at Freedom Plaza on Saturday, Jan. 20. Despite below-freezing temperatures, hundreds of demonstrators showed up in support of abortion rights.

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“An obligation to speak”: Georgetown faculty organize for justice in Palestine

Georgetown's faculty organized a vigil to memorialize and commemorate their academic colleagues murdered in Gaza on Jan 18.

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College Democrats and Republicans argue worker safety, foreign policy, affirmative action, and more in annual debate

Georgetown College Democrats (GUCD) and College Republicans (GUCR) sparred in their annual debate, moderated by the Georgetown Bipartisan Coalition on Oct. 25. Three members represented each club. Asher Maxwell (CAS... Read more