What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
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.
Staff members claim “Redeploy Georgetown” program forces them to become health screeners against their will
In a letter to administrators published on Jan. 26, Georgetown staff members accused the university of violating its Just Employment Policy.
Georgetown’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) announced a new resource, HoyaWell in an effort to address mental health needs.
As the United States enters its first days of a new presidential administration, Americans are wary of the country’s deep divisions but hopeful about its political future, a recent report from Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service finds.
D.C. Health's new model for COVID-19 vaccine distribution will make a larger population eligible for doses, as D.C. becomes one of the most efficient U.S. territories to inoculate its residents. As concerns grow regarding inequitable distribution in D.C., more vaccine appointments are being created for residents of Wards with high COVID-19 numbers.
Everything the Voice knows about Georgetown’s financial position at the beginning of 2021.
Washington D.C. is undergoing a rapid security transformation to guard the Capitol and city against another wave of violence perpetrated by pro-Trump combatants.
Undergraduate students, master’s students, and faculty have united through an online petition that calls for an accountability criteria for Georgetown’s relationship with Trump administration officials
Members of Georgetown’s Board of Directors contributed over $2.4 million in total to political causes in the last six years.
An extremist mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters violently breached the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6.
GUSA’s Accessibility Policy Team has launched a campaign for the establishment of a Disability Cultural Center (DCC) that would support the disabled community on Georgetown’s campus.