Shalina Chatlani


SFS development chair chosen

Because of a $4 million grant from the Coca-Cola Foundation, the School of Foreign Service will establish its first endowed chair for the Master’s of Global Human Development program. Distinguished... Read more


Critical Voices: Mac DeMarco, Salad Days

Beneath his dirty and bayou-esque (although incredibly sexy, if I do say so myself) persona, Mac DeMarco is the archetypal musician. He plays music because he loves to—not because he... Read more


Smithsonian’s Beyond Bollywood exhibit is not very ambitious

Bollywood is more than a cheesy, showy knockoff of the American film industry. It’s an amazing, albeit often overly romanticized, reflection of Indian society. And, as many young Indian Americans,... Read more


Healy Pub vendor to be chosen by April

University officials said this week that they will decide on a vendor by April for the Healy Family Student Center Pub, which is slated to open in August along with... Read more


On the Record: “Passing Out Pieces” with Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco, down-to-earth Canadian rocker dude (with a tendency to get a little weird), agreed to discuss his upcoming album Salad Days and his thoughts on the music industry with... Read more


Critical Voices: St. Vincent, St. Vincent

Watching videos of Annie Clark, better known as, St. Vincent, move her fingers up and down the frets of her guitar so effortlessly, almost transiently, gives me chills. Truly one... Read more


University unveils more social design for Northeast Triangle

Georgetown Residential Living, the Georgetown University Student Association, and Sasaki Associates hosted an information session Wednesday concerning recent developments in the design for the Northeast Triangle Dorm, which is slated... Read more


Critical Voices: Gardens & Villa, Dunes

With their second album, Dunes, Gardens & Villa, an indie, synthpop group from Santa Barbara, California, produced an all-too-familiar sound.   Their record is composed of monotonous synthesizer samples, light... Read more


Students Beyond Borders: The story of undocumented students at Georgetown

Standing in her living room, Anna* (COL ‘15) absorbed every detail of her house, neighborhood, and family for, what she believed to be, the last time. While she was exhilarated... Read more


Healy Pub plans move forward despite Brogan’s departure

University administrators confirmed this week that plans for the New South Student Center Pub will move forward despite former vendor Fritz Brogan’s (COL ‘07, LAW ‘10) decision to withdraw from... Read more