D.C. City Council introduces ‘Books from Birth’ proposal with unanimous support
On Tuesday the D.C. City Council introduced Councilman Charles Allen’s “Books from Birth” proposal, which aims to send one book each month to District children under the age of 5.... Read more
No better time for Obama to draw the line with Saudi Arabia
President Obama is reportedly planning a fence-mending trip to Saudi Arabia, but if he does go to Riyadh it should be to draw some lines in the sand and ask... Read more
Carrying On: Hillary 2016, what’s the rush?
With the passing of the one-year anniversary of Obama’s re-election, the speculation about 2016 potentials should be heating up. However, the Democratic Party wants to pick a candidate backwards. There... Read more
Carrying On: Iran, U.S. ready to make nice?
Iran finally seems ready to cut a deal with the West on its nuclear program—it’s just a matter of the West being ready to do the same. The United States... Read more
Carrying On: Teach regulation, not robbery
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley have become modern-day robber barons. This term originated in the late 19th century to describe businessmen who accumulated wealth through exploitative practices. They... Read more
Carrying On: Dynamic in diversity
After two weeks at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar, I have noticed a stark contrast between how Qatar and the U.S. treat their immigrant workers. From this,... Read more
Carrying On: Adversity’s afterglow
Last week’s tragedies in Boston and West Texas caused many to reflect on what they have to be grateful for in their lives. It was a time to ponder the... Read more
Leads yes, suspects no
According to Chief of DPS, Jay Gruber, DPS is currently pursuing several leads in its investigation of the vandalism in Dahlgren Chapel.
Faculty submit ITEL proposals, decisions expected by May
Last Thursday, March 28, faculty members submitted 42 final grant proposals for the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning.
On The Record with GUSA Execs Tisa and Ramadan
The Voice sat down Georgetown University Student Association President Nate Tisa (SFS ‘14), and Vice President Adam Ramadan (SFS ‘14), both sworn in Saturday March 16. Why did you decide... Read more