What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Ilya Shapiro resigned from his role at the Georgetown University Law Center after a university investigation into a series of racist tweets.
For months, the first-year residents of Harbin Hall have been woken by false fire alarms at all hours of the night.
On the night of May 2, students rallied in front of the Supreme Court in protest of the draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center is set to lay off all its employees without termination or severance pay by June 30.
People gathered in the city to celebrate 160 years of emancipation in Washington, D.C., after two years of postponed Emancipation Day events.
After months of exertion by its four coordinators, the April 9 ‘Cookout’ represented a dream coming to life.
Lauinger Library has served as a main study space at Georgetown, but now, administrators are considering an upgrade to the dated facility.
HFIR hosted its sixth annual UndocuWeek to educate, support, and raise awareness for undocumented students on Georgetown’s campus.
Students revived the effort to hold the university accountable for its commitment to GU272 descendants made after the 2019 referendum.
After two years, half of Georgetown students receive bystander training online—and say it isn’t effective
More than half the student body lacked bystander training on assault, harassment, and other sexual and interpersonal violence issues.
Students petitioned the university to hire more South Asian professors and offer more courses related to South Asia and its languages.
Fr. Andrew J. “Drew” Christiansen, S.J., a distinguished professor in the School of Foreign Service died on April 6 after a long term illness.
The District ranks first in gun homicides relative to the rest of the U.S., and a fatal shooting on M St. increased attention on gun violence.
Georgetown reinstated indoor masking requirements on the main and medical campuses effective April 7 after a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Professors at Howard University are seeing the beginnings of positive change in their labor negotiations with the university administration.
More gender-inclusive restrooms could be expanding into the broader DMV area, according to a new bill proposed in Montgomery County.
The D.C. government broke ground on a new Ward 8 hospital, which will address needs in historically underserved, majority-Black populations.
Georgetown’s Jesuit values are being threatened by public displays of affection by couples in Lauinger Library.
When Vil A residents moved back into their rooms for the spring semester, their already chronic laundry room issues continued to intensify.