Margaret Hartigan

Margaret is a senior in the college majoring in government with minors in Spanish and journalism. Her favorite study spot on campus is the Voice office or, in desperate times, the fifth floor of Lau with a large red eye. She is currently the Service Chair


Students protest, pitch tents at GW President Granberg’s offices after encampment cleared

Around 250 pro-Palestine protesters from the DMV Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) Coalition, Student Coalition for Palestine at George Washington University, and other groups gathered at the intersection of... Read more


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.


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


GW Gaza solidarity encampment enters week two, organizers remain energized

For more than a week, hundreds of D.C. college students and community members have gathered at George Washington University’s (GW) Gaza solidarity encampment, drawing attention from the District, national media,... Read more


Tensions rise on night four of GW encampment

Tensions surged on the fourth night of the Gaza solidarity encampment at George Washington University on Sunday night and into Monday morning


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


Former U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson discusses Ukraine, Gaza, and Brexit in Gaston Hall

Former United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to a packed Gaston Hall about the ongoing wars in Ukraine and Gaza, Brexit, and Trump on April 11. The event, titled... Read more


Hear Georgetown a cappella in full bloom during annual Spring Sing showcase

On April 13, Georgetown’s six a cappella groups will come together for their final performance of the year, Spring Sing


The Lincoln Experience brings fine dining to Georgetown’s “Trap Manor”

This is no ordinary restaurant: it’s “The Lincoln Experience”—Lincoln Le’s (CAS ’24) pop-up restaurant that serves a five-course prix fixe menu of delicious East and Southeast Asian food.


Wingo’s to return to O Street after 2018 fire forced them to flee the coop

It’s a 10,000-year-old tradition, one that brings its devotees comfort and satiety. It appears everywhere in popular culture, from iconic lines in film (“The sky is falling!”) to schoolyard insults.... Read more