Peter Guthrie

Peter is a sophomore in the SFS from Kentucky who looks like he still listens to Vampire Weekend.


Georgetown Art gallery features trash turned art

Georgetown’s Maria and Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery unveiled a new exhibition, Design Transfigured/Waste Reimagined, on Oct. 2. The exhibition, curated by the firm CuratorSquared, explores the ways in... Read more


Pan-Amazon Ecclesial Network hosts conference at Georgetown

Georgetown hosted the Pan-Amazon Ecclesial Network (REPAM) conference from March 19 to March 21 to discuss the preservation of the Amazon basin from extractive industries like oil drilling and logging.... Read more


Landre and Burdman Begin Terms as Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners

Anna Landre (SFS ’21) was sworn into her role as a commissioner on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 2E on Feb. 4. She is joined by Matias Burdman (COL ’21), who... Read more


University Issues $631 Million in New Bonds to Finance Infrastructure, Existing Debt

The university issued approximately $631 million in taxable revenue bonds across two series that will mature at different times. Moody’s Corporation, a credit agency, gave the bonds an A2 rating,... Read more


Finding His Voice: Martin Yant Looks Back on Voice Founding, Career of Investigating

As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March 2019, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. In the fall of 1967, Georgetown was... Read more


Panel calls for Catholic Church reform in Dahlgren discussion

The Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the Office of Mission and Ministry co-hosted a discussion in Dahlgren Chapel on Oct. 24 on how the Catholic Church... Read more


Jason Moran talks jazz and gentrification

Maurice Jackson, associate professor of history and African-American studies, and Jason Moran, the university’s distinguished artist in residence and composer of the score for the movie Selma, held a discussion,... Read more


Panel discusses moving forward in wake of clerical sex abuse reports

Four panelists discussed clerical sexual abuse in the Catholic Church at an event in Gaston Hall on Sept. 25. The event was hosted by Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought... Read more


Alexander Hamilton Society hosts panel on Chinese soft power

The Alexander Hamilton Society hosted a panel in the ICC auditorium to discuss Chinese soft power on Sept. 18. Allie Williams (SFS ‘19), president of the Alexander Hamilton Society, spoke... Read more