COVID-19 deaths are racially disproportionate. But the disparities have been in D.C. all along.
D.C. has an alternate geography hidden to its visitors. Beneath the national monuments, city blocks, historic neighborhoods, and federal buildings lies a map of food deserts, segregation, health care gaps,... Read more
Behind the Headline – Voice News Podcast: Season 1, Episode 1
Join hosts Annabella Hoge and Sarah Watson as they interview Annemarie Cuccia on the writing she has done on Indigenous experiences at Georgetown and the school’s history of complicity in... Read more
Coalition for Workers’ Rights demands improved treatment for university employees
A group of undergraduate students, graduate workers, and staff have come together to form the Georgetown Coalition for Workers’ Rights.
Students told us what was important to them. Here’s what GUSA tickets will do about it.
Voice survey results amid Nile Blass (COL ’22) and Nicole Sanchez (SFS ’22) and Daniella Sanchez (COL ’22) and Leo Arnett (SFS ’22) campaign.
Georgetown distributes $6 million of CRRSAA grants to undergraduate and graduate students
Georgetown is distributing $6 million in grants from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act to students.
With a snap of my fingers
I got to Georgetown, and right from the beginning, I felt—yet again—the need to prove myself. Only one semester into college I realized that my idea of accomplishment, an idea based on being more successful than everyone around me, just is not sustainable.
A Nepalese team became the first to summit K2 in the winter—here’s why it matters
On Jan. 16, the 8,611-meter summit of K2 heard the sounds of something it had never heard before during the winter months. The sound of humans on the peak in... Read more
Kleier and Pejo suspend GUSA executive ticket
Olivia Kleier (SFS ‘22) and Jon Pejo (COL ‘22) suspended their campaign after allegations they plagiarized.
The Weekly List: The Best of The West Wing
I have been hooked on The West Wing since I started watching it one week sophomore year of high school when I was sick with the flu. Since then, its... Read more
D.C. vaccine distribution plan increases eligible populations and aims for equitability
D.C. Health's new model for COVID-19 vaccine distribution will make a larger population eligible for doses, as D.C. becomes one of the most efficient U.S. territories to inoculate its residents. As concerns grow regarding inequitable distribution in D.C., more vaccine appointments are being created for residents of Wards with high COVID-19 numbers.