Ryan Remmel

Student groups participate in National Period Day

Student groups participate in National Period Day

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10/21/2019

Georgetown students joined a rally for the first ever National Period Day at the Capitol on Oct. 19. The rally demanded access to affordable menstrual products and an end to sales taxes on menstrual products that exist in 34 states. The D.C. protest coincided with similar rallies in all 50 states. D.C. does not tax…

GUSA Senate Passes Resolutions to Improve Club Culture, Recognize Indigenous People’s Day

GUSA Senate Passes Resolutions to Improve Club Culture, Recognize Indigenous People’s Day

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10/15/2019

The GUSA Senate passed resolutions to promote a healthier club culture in light of recent allegations of sexual harassment, and to encourage Georgetown to recognize Indigenous People’s Day at their Oct. 14 meeting. Sen. Eric Bazail Eimil (SFS ’23) introduced legislation to address recent allegations that Kuran Malhotra (MSB ’20), in his role as Georgetown…

More Burglaries On Campus, Annual Report Says

More Burglaries On Campus, Annual Report Says

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10/09/2019

The latest Annual Security Report shows an increase in reported burglaries and instances of stalking on campus in 2018. Released on Sept. 30 by GUPD, it also notes a decrease in reported hate crimes.  In addition to crime data, the report provides updated information about GUPD’s role on campus, including the expansion of its campus…

Georgetown Research Centers Host AI Conference

Georgetown Research Centers Host AI Conference

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10/02/2019

Georgetown hosted the Kalaris Intelligence Conference on Sept. 25 in Gaston Hall. The event brought together experts from the government, academia, and the private sector to discuss the risks and opportunities that artificial intelligence (AI) brings to the government and society at large. The conference was hosted by Georgetown’s Center for Security Studies (CSS) and…

Journalists, Tech Leaders Debate Free Speech

Journalists, Tech Leaders Debate Free Speech

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09/27/2019

Georgetown’s Free Speech Project hosted a panel this Monday in Gaston Hall to discuss how speech on social media platforms should be regulated. Titled “Social Media and the First Amendment,” the panel featured contrasting viewpoints on how platform policies and government action can better solve several online issues, including harassment, misinformation, and sensationalist content. The…

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