What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority temporarily closed its Blue Line trains amid reconstruction projects.
Georgetown is distributing $6 million in grants from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act to students.
The first few weeks of the spring semester have been marked by a significant uptick in COVID-19 cases as students return to the area.
The two GUSA executive campaigns answered questions in a virtual town hall hosted by The Blaxa on Feb. 15.
During the pandemic, Ava McDonald (COL ’24) is growing her business and advocating for women leaders in entrepreneurship.
GU Politics fellows answered questions centering on social justice, leadership, and bipartisanship as America enters a new administration.
The Corp will begin accepting cash again following the passage of the Cashless Retailers Prohibition Act of 2019.
The GUSA Senate passed a resolution calling for the university to make its COVID-19 community guidelines more consolidated and transparent.
Tuition Equality Now released a petition urging Georgetown to reimburse graduate students for a further five percent of tuition.
Lauinger Library opened for the spring semester with newly extended hours and new policies to increase student access to resources.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Georgetown’s budget forced cutbacks in essential areas, including bystander intervention training.
Healy is considered Georgetown's first Black president and first African American president of a predominantly white university in America.
With contactless ordering options and employee health and safety training, The Corp is reopening its business.
Director of the LGBTQ Resource Center and Women’s Center announced last November that she would be retiring as director.
The Office of Sustainability (OoS) is on pause due to a lack of staffing after the departure and movement of its full-time staff members.
The GUSA Senate reconvened for its first meeting with a new speaker, focusing on financial aid and the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Wisemiller’s Deli has started a “cookies by mail” service to maintain their business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whitney Maddox has departed Georgetown for a new position as NPR’s Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI) manager beginning Feb 1.
Georgetown’s annual pro-life conference, the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life faces criticism once again due to its name and speakers.