Georgetown students working on the 2020 election reflect on their work and the races ahead of election day.
As federal stimulus loans run out and governments begin to lift dine-in restrictions, an increasing number of Georgetown neighborhood businesses have closed or are struggling to remain open.
Some Georgetown parents, united on Facebook and through a petition, are asking for the university to be in person for the spring semester.
“Tenants need support; we need a process that is respectful and gives dignity to these tenants, and unfortunately the court process is the opposite of that for them.”
Georgetown University LGBTQ Resource Center and GUPride celebrated LGBTQ History Monthand Coming Out Day virtually.
Vice Provost Rohan Williamson announced in an Oct. 20 email the start of class registration for undergraduate students would be pushed back from Nov. 9 to Nov. 30. This move... Read more
A new report from Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy on evictions filed and executed between 2014 and 2018 gives the latest insight into vast racial and economic disparities in... Read more
The Georgetown Progressive Alliance (GPA), a new political organization for leftist students, has begun holding meetings this semester and promoting progressive causes on and off-campus. The club itself is the... Read more
The following story has been updated to include clarification from a university spokesperson and ensuing response from the GUSA BOD representatives. Members of the Georgetown administration promised a plan to... Read more
D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) will be reopening next month, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced in a COVID-19 situational update on Monday, Oct. 5. According to Chancellor of DCPS Dr. Lewis Ferebee,... Read more
With “Title IX for a New Generation” class canceled in the spring, students reflect on its influence
Georgetown’s groundbreaking class on Title IX, “Title IX for a New Generation,” has been canceled for the Spring 2021 semester. The course, offered in the Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST)... Read more
U Street Music Hall announced it would be permanently closing its doors on Oct. 5. Known informally as “U Hall,” the live music venue was a hallmark of D.C. nightlife... Read more
The GUSA Senate voted to confirm a new senator for the class of 2022, Beyza Yazici (SFS ’22), at their meeting on Oct. 11. After the resignation of Daniella Sanchez... Read more
GAGE claims university is stalling arbitration process, delaying COVID-19 protections for graduate workers
The Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) claims university administrators are stalling ongoing arbitration proceedings, which need to be completed before the union can negotiate further COVID-19 protections for graduate... Read more
The Georgetown senior wide-receiver who was arrested late last month on the charge of first-degree murder while armed, Dijon Williams, was involved with a robbery that led to the killing... Read more
The start of the Fall 2020 semester threw many Georgetown students into financial panic. As students tried to determine whether they could afford to attend school virtually and secure a... Read more
On Oct. 5, Georgetown parent and former technology CEO, Peter Dameris, received a sentence of one year of home confinement, a $95,000 fine, and three years of supervised release for... Read more