What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Hiring search for Disability Cultural Initiative brings Disability Cultural Center closer to reality
The search for a new associate director of the Disability Cultural Initiative (DCI) has re-energized student hopes of establishing a DCC.
SJP hosted a series of events educating the community about Palestinian culture and human rights issues in the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.
Georgetown implemented a mask-optional policy in university-operated buildings, including residence halls, classrooms, and dining facilities.
Dr. Madeleine K. Albright, the first female Secretary of State and professor at Georgetown, died on March 23 at 84 years old.
Cimrun Srivastava and Arnav Kumar are running for seats on ANC 2E, representing the neighborhoods of Georgetown, Burleith, and Hillandale.
Students joined a sea of thousands of protesters carrying Ukrainian, Georgian, and U.S. flags into the center of D.C.
The installation connects Romanians living abroad to their homeland and is scheduled to last until March 31 of this year.
The organizers of TEDxGeorgetown are looking ahead, to a “renaissance” of new hope after two years of strife and isolation on a global scale.
The D.C. Council passed a bill requiring District schools to provide free period products in all women’s and gender-neutral bathrooms.
Over the course of the pandemic, Georgetown launched new telehealth services, but many students still struggled to find support.
The Senate passed legislation to amend outdated bylaws and debated repealing mask mandates during their meeting on Feb. 20.
DOC has agreed to five unannounced inspections of the D.C. Jail over the next six months as part of a recent class-action lawsuit settlement.
The 1619 Freedom School, founded by Hannah-Jones, is an after-school program for young Black kids to learn Black history.
Georgetown undergraduates are facing another annual tuition increase according to a Feb. 14 announcement from the Provost.
Even though students subscribe to the HOYAlert notification system utilized by GUPD, many were not informed of the shooting by GUPD.
After experiencing racial discrimination at Martin’s Tavern in 2021, Kristi Riggs wanted to avoid litigation.
GUSA Senate declines to overturn executive election results, certifies Wolfe and Ume-Ukeje despite campaign allegations
The GUSA Senate convened on Feb. 13 to certify the 2022 executive election results over the recommendation of the Election Commission (EC).