What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Georgetown makes progress on its twenty-year plan with anticipated construction of interdisciplinary building
While no specific timeline for the new interdisciplinary building is yet available, community members recently shared their visions for it.
“More women mean more peace”: Albright symposium reflects on the importance of women in foreign service
Six months after the death of professor and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, the Georgetown community honored her legacy.
The new GU Politics fellows sat down with the Voice and talked through their expectations and goals for the next year.
The Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP) is finally returning to a renovated, permanent space in Healy Hall next year.
Former students of 17 universities have sued, alleging the institutions colluded, price-fixed, and limited students' financial aid.
4,067 students will enter the Hoya Transit Pilot Program and receive a $100 SmarTrip credit to determine the viability of a U-Pass program.
A new university formal comment supports proposed changes to federal Title IX policy, extending support for survivors of sexual violence.
Georgetown replaced the physical lock and key systems of several residences with Bluetooth-activated SwitchTech door locks to mixed success.
Georgetown, other Catholic schools tell Supreme Court that affirmative action is key to their religious mission
46 Catholic schools submitted an amicus curiae brief in support of educational affirmative action, arguing diversity promotes Catholic values.
The District's monkeypox cases have declined 20 percent on average since its per-capita high in July, partly due to high vaccination rates.
H*yas For Choice drafts “No Donation Pledge” to Georgetown following overturn of reproductive rights
HFC drafted a “No Donation Pledge” calling for contraception access, pro-choice funding, and an end to the Cardinal O'Connor Conference.
Recent changes to Epicurean and Company's schedule and payment options may bring even more students to its doors than its historic lore.
Unionized AU faculty and staff have been on strike, protesting insufficient wages during contract negotiations that resolved Aug. 26.
Given the lack of a local Metrorail stop and slow public transportation, getting off campus without a car can be daunting for Hoyas.
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.