Manuela Tobias


Japanese government considers granting Georgetown $5 million endowment

Georgetown University has begun conversations with the Japanese government about a potential $5 million dollar grant that would establish the first-ever endowed chair in Japanese Studies at Georgetown’s School of... Read more


Georgetown reminds Aramark of its continued commitment to the Just Employment Policy

In the midst of a campaign for campus-wide unionization of Aramark employees, Georgetown has reaffirmed its ongoing commitment to the Just Employment Policy. The university wrote a letter to CEO... Read more


Serving Up Justice: Aramark workers call for equal treatment

After years of pay and benefit discrepancies between Aramark employees at Georgetown and other D.C. universities, in addition to alleged mistreatment by management, workers gathered on the lower level of... Read more


Georgetown Athletics creates video to raise awareness about sexual assault

As part of the “It’s On Us” campaign launched by the White House in September, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has produced a video to feature student-athletes taking a stand against... Read more


Catholic University’s ‘Milk’ screening resolution sparks broader conversation

The Catholic University of America sparked debate on the stinted progress of LGBT issues at Catholic universities in the midst of the Vatican Synod on the Family when it postponed... Read more


Gems of Georgetown past and present to rock the Gonda Theatre

The Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance challenges students to abandon the stereotypical Georgetown legacy with GEMA Rocks, a show celebrating the diversity of comedic and musical talents of current students... Read more


Economic privilege alone is not a reason to be ashamed

  “Where do you come from?” has been a difficult question for me to answer for as long as I can remember, because my birthplace, where I last lived, and... Read more


GUTV Film Fest returns with stellar selection of student shorts

Student filmmakers are receiving an opportunity to demonstrate their talent in a short film competition sponsored by Georgetown University Television later this evening. 12 student-produced films are to be judged... Read more


Mask & Bauble’s She Loves Me finds love in a hopeless place

With its comical lyrics and endearing storyline, She Loves Me sweeps the stage of Poulton Hall with a kinetic performance that inspires smiles all around. The musical takes place in... Read more


Henle forum promises renovations to eliminate mold

Vice President of Facilities and Management Robin Morey announced the installation of new dehumidifiers to combat mold in Henle Village apartments on Monday night at a forum hosted by Residential... Read more