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Concert Preview: Car Seat Headrest, Sept. 20, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Car Seat Headrest, Sept. 20, 9:30 Club

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09/17/2018

Car Seat Headrest is undoubtedly one of the most prominent and talented alt-rock bands out there. The band has a distinct sound, contrasting slow, chill beats with moments of harder, more intense guitar riffs. Founded in Leesburg, Virginia in 2010, Car Seat Headrest quickly became one of the most famous indie bands originating from the…

Women’s Soccer Trounces Columbia

Women’s Soccer Trounces Columbia

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09/16/2018

The No. 10 Georgetown women’s soccer team (7-0-2, Big East) convincingly disposed of Columbia (3-4-1, Ivy) 4-0 in its final match before conference play opens. Junior midfielder Paula Germino-Watnick ran the show and finished with a goal and and assist, while senior forward Caitlin Farrell, senior midfielder Meghan Shaver, and junior midfielder Carson Nizialek added…

<I>Sights Unseen</I> Exposes the Cracks in the Surveillance State

Sights Unseen Exposes the Cracks in the Surveillance State

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09/14/2018

The information age has revolutionized the ways humans connect with each other. Most Georgetown students do not remember a time before the emergence of cell phones or the Internet and are accustomed to having access to seemingly limitless information in the palms of their hands at all times. While the technological revolution has certainly had…

Community Scholars Program celebrates 50 years  on the Hilltop

Community Scholars Program celebrates 50 years on the Hilltop

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09/14/2018

The Community Scholars Program (CSP)—a university program that provides first-generation students with resources, both academic and financial, throughout their four years at Georgetown—celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The program helps new students, especially first-generation students, adjust to what can be a radical change. For Roberto Cabrera (COL ’19), Georgetown was unlike any community he had been a part of…

Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy

Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy

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09/14/2018

When five Georgetown students learned that Georgetown’s first full-time Title IX coordinator had left her position in June, they demanded answers from the university. The students claimed in an open letter addressed to university administrators that Georgetown had failed to share the update with the student body. Daria Crawford (COL ’20), Avery Moje (COL ’19), Kory Stuer (COL ’19), Andy…

A Call for Reckoning over Sexual Assault

A Call for Reckoning over Sexual Assault

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09/13/2018

Content Warning: Sexual Assault This Tuesday, Sahil Nair (SFS ’19) resigned from his position as president of the GUSA Executive, after Vice President Naba Rahman (SFS ’19), chief of staff Aaron Bennett (COL ’19), and a number of other members of the executive resigned their positions (resignations which all but Nair have since rescinded). While…

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