Paul James

Paul is the news executive and service chair and a student in the SFS, class of 2023, studying Culture and Politics. His favorite color is grey, and yes, that's Strunk & White in his pocket.


Halftime Leisure

The strange pleasure of gritter-watching: Scotland’s latest export

The Great Grittish Flake-Off is plowing through Dundee. Sir Salter Scott is somewhere on the M74 heading south. Lord Coldemort and You’re a Blizzard Harry are parked in Dumfries.  These... Read more

News

GSP is weathering the economic downturn. But its sustainability remains uncertain.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic toll, alumni donations for the Georgetown Scholars Program has remained relatively consistent.

Music

Julien Baker moves forward and finds her strength on Little Oblivions

Queer and Christian. College student and famous touring musician. Addict and sober role model. In Julien Baker’s hands, reconciling these identities is old news—now, she pushes past them altogether.  Baker’s... Read more

News

Seminar discusses ‘criminal (in)justice’ system, impact on Black women

Criminal justice experts discussed inequalities in the criminal justice system and the disproportionate impacts of incarceration.

News

Bystander intervention program is paused as HES faces staffing cuts 

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Georgetown’s budget forced cutbacks in essential areas, including bystander intervention training.

News

Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life continues to draw controversy, sparks petition

Georgetown’s annual pro-life conference, the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life faces criticism once again due to its name and speakers.

News

Georgetown announces online mental health service, begins closing care gap

Georgetown’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) announced a new resource, HoyaWell in an effort to address mental health needs.

News

Civility poll maps political divisions and expectations of improved dialogue

As the United States enters its first days of a new presidential administration, Americans are wary of the country’s deep divisions but hopeful about its political future, a recent report from Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service finds.

News

WMATA prepares to drastically cut service

WMATA is facing massive cuts to service proposed for fiscal year 2022, which begins in July 2o21.0

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Arena Stage welcomes Georgetown, Howard students in exploration of playwriting

Six students and alumni from Georgetown and Howard are developing their own plays through Arena Stage’s Playwrights’ Arena.