What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Nellie’s Sports Bar attempts to reopen one month after security dragged a Black woman down the stairs
CW: This article references violence to Black and LGBTQ+ individuals and communities. Nellie’s reopened and broke a month-long public silence following their closure on June 13, the day after Keisha... Read more
The members of the newly elected GUSA Senate leadership voted in on April 30 are eager to tackle the issues facing the Senate and student body. The latest leadership transition,... Read more
Updated on July 9 to include the return of students to New South. Approximately 40 students and others residing in the New South building were evacuated from the building on... Read more
Protesters call for Nellie’s Sports Bar to close after bar security dragged a Black woman down the stairs
Protesters gathered in front of Nellie’s Sports Bar, calling for the local community to boycott the well-known gay bar after a viral video.
For the first time since the pandemic began, Georgetown employees will be eligible for salary increases and receive retirement contributions from the university.
Georgetown investigated Professor Michael Eric Dyson for student harassment allegations before his hire by Vanderbilt
Georgetown's IDEAA office conducted an investigation into Professor Michael Eric Dyson beginning in February 2020.
As the pandemic drove an increased desire for community, Discord allowed over 140 million socially distant people to come together.
Petition calling for South Asian Society reform spurs change, donations for COVID-19 crisis in India
A petition by Georgetown Students 4 South Asia calling for internal reform of the South Asian Society has amassed over 100 signatures.
Georgetown bachelor’s degree program expands educational opportunities for Maryland’s incarcerated population
Georgetown’s Prisons and Justice Initiative will be offering bachelor’s degrees to incarcerated students in Maryland.
Ossoff is one of many Georgetown alumni to join Congress last January, winning an election with fellow senator Raphael Warnock.
Under the program, students of participating universities receive unlimited free rides on metro buses and trains during the academic year.
The services include drop-off and pick-up of storage for students on campus and the surrounding Georgetown community.
Professor Howard is in an ongoing dispute with the Old Georgetown Board over two life-sized Transformers sculptures outside his home.
Representatives from academic councils and student groups have worked to compile research on what a revamped requirement could look like.
Georgetown announced a partnership with ENGIE North America to upgrade campus’s major utility, distribution, monitoring, and control systems.
Metrobar aims to serve its guests in an accessible environment where Washingtonians can engage with the District’s artistic community.
The GUSA Senate passed a resolution in support of reevaluating the tenure rejection of Prof. Mubbashir Rizvi.
The summit takes place at a time of heightened anti-Asian sentiment and an uptick in hate crimes toward people of Asian descent.