What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Three professors in the Arabic department are on leave this semester after current and former students made allegations of racial and religious discrimination and harassment in the classroom. The Voice... Read more
Content warning: This article discusses anti-Black hate speech and systemic violence. When LaHannah Giles (CAS ’23) experienced a racist hate crime on Georgetown’s campus in April 2022, they felt like... Read more
One of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, Alicia Garza, spoke to Georgetown students on Nov. 2 in an event titled “The Frontiers of Community Organizing.” Garza... Read more
Three champions of racial justice spoke on advancing racial equity on Oct. 26 in Riggs Library, the first in a series of panel discussions hosted by the Georgetown Racial Justice... Read more
Georgetown students will no longer walk back to campus empty-handed after finding out their favorite business does not accept cash. A D.C. Council ban on cashless businesses, which took effect... Read more
Georgetown Theater & Performance Studies and Black Theatre Ensemble debuted their original musical, “Making The Go-Go Band” on Nov. 9 in the Davis Performing Arts Center. The show is just... Read more
Co-founders of the Satanic Temple Lucien Greaves and Malcolm Jerry spoke about their mission and activism on Oct. 16 in the HFSC Idol Social Room. The event was met with... Read more
This article does not include names for the personal safety of Georgetown students and faculty. A walkout for Gaza organized by Georgetown Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) drew several... Read more
College Democrats and Republicans argue worker safety, foreign policy, affirmative action, and more in annual debate
Georgetown College Democrats (GUCD) and College Republicans (GUCR) sparred in their annual debate, moderated by the Georgetown Bipartisan Coalition on Oct. 25. Three members represented each club. Asher Maxwell (CAS... Read more
U.S. Senator and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney (R-Utah) spoke to a full audience in Lohrfink Auditorium about the state of America’s democracy and his 20 year career in... Read more
The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (GIWPS) hosted the 2023 Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards ceremony on Oct. 5 in Gaston Hall, honoring four women from across the globe... Read more
Content warning: this article discusses systemic violence and antisemitism. Students, faculty, and religious leaders came together in a sea of white and blue flags on the evening of Oct. 11... Read more
Jaden Cobb (CAS ’25) and Sanaa Mehta (SFS ’25) have been elected as GUSA Executive president and vice president following a vote by the undergraduate student body. The election was... Read more
H*yas for Choice (HFC) has begun a partnership with Capital Women’s Care, a local OB/GYN office, to provide unprecedented aid in making birth control more affordable and accessible to Georgetown... Read more
The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), the first in the world solely dedicated to elevating women’s art and creativity, is set to reopen Oct. 21 after two... Read more
Editor’s note: Source’s name has been changed to protect anonymity. Troy O’Neil (MSB ’23) has an unassuming air about him. He’s of average height and average build. He sometimes wears... Read more
Jaden Cobb (CAS ’25) and Sanaa Mehta (SFS ’25) denied any wrongdoing in the GUSA executive election campaign in a press conference Tuesday evening, after the GUSA Senate voted on Sunday to decertify the results of last week’s election.
After an hour and a half of debate, the GUSA Senate voted on Sunday afternoon to decertify the results of the 2023 executive election against the recommendation of the Election Commission. There will be a new election from Oct. 19 to Oct. 20, according to current president Camber Vincent (SFS ’24).
Jaden Cobb (CAS ’25) and Sanaa Mehta (SFS ’25) will be the next GUSA Executive president and vice president following an election by the undergraduate student body conducted between Thursday and Saturday, the GUSA Election Commission announced on Twitter at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday.