Sarah Watson

Sarah is the news editor and a sophomore in the SFS. She is a national park enthusiast and best known nationally for her articles about fish.


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Point-in-Time Count Surveys Homeless Population

Volunteers shivered as they circled Glover Park, scanned dark alleyways, and scoped out Georgetown’s canal for the second time that night. Ahead, a group of bodies sits perched on a... Read more

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GUSA Vice Presidential Candidates Debate Prior to Election

Content Warning: This article references sexual assault Two GUSA vice presidential candidates debated their campaigns’ platforms on Feb. 4 following the GUSA presidential debate on Feb. 3. The debate comes... Read more

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Black Survivors Coalition demands improved sexual assault resources

Content warning: This article discusses sexual assault  Georgetown’s Black Survivors Coalition delivered a letter, titled #GeorgetownDoesntCare, to university President John DeGioia’s office on Jan. 27 with a list of demands... Read more

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Georgetown Professors Discuss US Airstrike against Iran’s Qasem Soleimani

Georgetown professors debated the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani earlier this month. The panel was hosted on Jan. 15 by the School of Foreign Service and the... Read more

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Hail Mary: Catholic women seek place in priesthood

“I never thought I would live to see this,” said one congregation member with tears in his eyes. He stood near a kitchen table covered in tulips and a cloth,... Read more

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By students, for students: An academic framework to analyze Title IX

Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault. Every registration period, Georgetown asks students to scroll through course descriptions, try every possible configuration of their schedule, and bow to the inevitability... Read more

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Georgetown partners with Capital Bikeshare Universities program

Georgetown University has joined the Capital Bikeshare Universities Program, which reduces yearly student membership from $85 to $25.  The discounted membership offers students an unlimited number of rides under thirty... Read more

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GUSA Senate Passes Resolution Recognizing Jesuit Martyrs

The GUSA Senate passed a resolution to commemorate the El Salvador Jesuit Martyrs in honor of November being Jesuit Heritage Month at their Nov. 10th meeting. On November 16, 1989,... Read more

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Students, administration discuss Campus Climate Survey results

Faculty and administration held a listening session on Oct. 21 to discuss the latest Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct Report, conducted in February 2019.  The survey had... Read more

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More Burglaries On Campus, Annual Report Says

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... Read more