Michael Coyne


Election resonates through university

The unexpected outcome of the 2016 presidential election has resonated throughout the Georgetown community. The days after the election of Donald Trump saw many politically neutral initiatives to help students... Read more


Former Kiribati President discusses climate change

Anote Tong, the former President of the island microstate of Kiribati, spoke on Oct. 17 in Copley Formal Lounge on the consequences of climate change. Tong’s speech was part of... Read more


Election of Jesuit Superior General prompts reflection

On Oct. 14, in Rome, the General Congregation of the Jesuit order elected Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, S.J., of Venezuela as the 31st Superior General of the Society of Jesus,... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Untitled Leisure Project: Bon Iver

Bon Iver is back! In this week’s Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese, Leisure Editor Mike Bergin, Assistant Leisure Editor Caitlin Mannering, and News staff writer Michael Coyne, discuss the... Read more


Vigil draws crowd for Black Lives Matter movement

Over 200 students and faculty gathered in Red Square on Friday, Sept. 23 for a vigil and forum on race relations and racial justice in the U.S. While the forum... Read more


Georgetown transitions to Canvas online system

Georgetown students returned to campus in August to discover that a sizable portion of university professors now use Canvas, a product of Salt Lake City-based Instructure, instead of the Blackboard... Read more


World Cup of Hockey Preview

Hockey fans will see their favorite players return to the ice a little earlier than usual this year. On September 17th, the puck is slated to drop in Toronto for... Read more


Campus Plan, Deciphered

Next year, Georgetown will officially adopt its new campus plan, a rough blueprint for how the University wants to develop its property in the future. This new plan will last... Read more


Panel discusses diversity requirement for incoming class

On April 25, GUSA hosted a town hall meeting in the Great Room of the Healy Family Student Center to discuss Georgetown’s new “Engaging Differences” core requirement, which will mandate... Read more


Dr. Kimberly Brown speaks at Emancipation Day Symposium

On Monday afternoon, Dr. Kimberly Juanita Brown, Assistant Professor of English and Africana Studies at Mount Holyoke College, discussed her 2015 book, The Repeating Body: Slavery’s Visual Resonance in the... Read more