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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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“It’s heartbreaking”: Newseum to close amid financial trouble

Approaching the Newseum from afar is like walking toward a temple. A stone tablet inscribed with the First Amendment looms several stories tall above onlookers, granting hope and security to... 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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As Long as I’ve Got My Suit and Tie: Georgetown’s Implicit Dress Code

“Personal pride is an inherent quality of the weaker sex.”  These words feature in the 1962 Miss G handbook, Georgetown’s female Student Code of Conduct, which was the first introduction... Read more

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Disparity in Clothing Access in D.C. Can Make It Hard To Dress For Success

On a cold November night in Georgetown, Ronnie sat against the wall of a closed store on Wisconsin Avenue. The temperature hovered around 38 degrees, but Ronnie didn’t have a... Read more

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Storm Clouds on the Horizon: The 34th annual Donn B. Murphy One Acts Festival is unlike any other

One week before opening night on Nov. 13, the storm was raging at full speed. Mask and Bauble staff members yelled to each other over a thunderous cacophony of crows,... Read more

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Georgetown Students Celebrate OUTober

One by one, the students walk through the door frame sitting in the middle of Red Square. Some laugh and smile, posing for pictures and hugging their friends. Others step... Read more

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Actively Moving Forward Helps Connect Students Who Are Quietly Grieving

When Caroline Schauder (SFS ’20) began her freshman year at Georgetown, she thought she was doing fine. However, innocuous questions about what her parents did and why only her mom... Read more

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Post Punk: The Lumpy Space Collective brings new voices to D.C.’s DIY music scene

A wall of hot air whacks me in the face as I descend the steps into the basement of Mystery Inc. Only string lights illuminate the crowd that has packed... Read more

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Marco Pavé, Georgetown’s First Hip-Hop Artist-In-Residence: A Conversation on Rap, Social Justice, and Self-Empowerment

The U.S. Department of Education published a letter on Sept. 22 threatening to revoke funding for the Duke University and University of North Carolina (UNC) Consortium for Middle East Studies.... Read more

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Georgetown Senior Auditors Head Back to School

Every Monday and Wednesday, Anne Brill ascends the steps of Healy Hall, always making it to Room 106 a few minutes early for her 2 p.m. English class. She just... Read more

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A million dollar lesson: Business leaders teach MSB class

Since graduating Georgetown, Anne Dias (SFS ’92) has risen to the top of her field of finance and has made her name as one of the few prominent women to... Read more

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The GUSA Gender Gap

When Deborah Canty (COL ’78) ran to be the president of the Georgetown Undergraduate Student Government in 1977, the university had only been fully co-ed for eight years. Since the... Read more

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Community in Diversity: The GDA wants Georgetown to rethink disability

Muffled laughter and low murmurs fill an ICC classroom on the first night of October. Some students sit quietly, scrolling through their phones, while others converse with their neighbors. The... Read more

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“A Narrative of Invisibility”: Asian American Activists Step Up and Speak Out

Though midterm season was in full swing, more than a dozen students flocked to the Asian American Hub for Organizing, Movement, and Empowerment (AA HOME) on Oct. 2. The light... Read more

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Students Question 2020 Candidates on Climate Change in Gaston Hall

“You don’t have 90 seconds to make your point and then 30 seconds to rebut what someone said about you,” said Mo Elleithee, founder and executive director of the Georgetown... Read more

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A Little Pep in Their Step: In the Stands with the Georgetown Pep Band

A little over an hour before kickoff, at the tailgate in front of McDonough Arena, the Georgetown Pep Band plays the fight song for the first time of the day.... Read more

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“It’s Bringing An American Home”: Seven Years Later, Austin Tice is Still Missing

Debra Tice thanked God for bringing the room full of volunteers together, and asked Him to bring everyone strength, wisdom, and discernment as they moved about the Capitol. Her husband,... Read more

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“Legality doesn’t always equal morality”

While the rest of the class of 2023 is settling in, one student is still trying to get to campus. Georgetown’s class of 2023 was moving in. Eager freshmen rolled... Read more

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The Prisons and Justice Initiative Aims to Humanize Criminal Justice and Prison Reform

While he started his career at Georgetown as a professor of European politics, Marc Howard (LAW ’12), has taken on a new role as an advocate for criminal justice and... Read more