What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
Buttigieg town hall reflects on importance of bipartisan infrastructure bill on the future of the country, climate change, and racial justice
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Georgetown University for a town hall on Oct. 11 to discuss his future goals.
Georgetown Ukrainian Society visits Lithuanian Embassy in effort to expand cultural education on Eastern Europe
Members of Georgetown’s Ukrainian Society had the opportunity to join students from Gettysburg College at the Lithuanian Embassy on Sept. 23.
On Oct. 19th, former Vice President Mike Pence came to Georgetown’s campus to speak and was met with protests and opposition.
Protesters gather to support abortion rights, encourage voting for Democrats at this year’s Women’s March
Thousands of protesters gathered to rally and march for women’s rights, with special emphasis placed on abortion rights.
With students preparing for Georgetown’s Jan. 10 regular decision deadline, debate over the application has returned to the forefront.
Since the beginning of the fall semester, the LGBTQ+ Resource Center has been operating without any full-time, professional staff members.
The Local Resident Voting Rights Act of 2021 would allow D.C.’s non-citizens—including undocumented immigrants—to vote in local elections.
A definitional change to the 14 Weekly meal plan has students feeling mislead, although no changes have been implemented.
Mayor Bowser has introduced the Career Mobility Act Plan, a program that helps 600 selected families transition out of homelessness by providing personalized career support and rent assistance.
The new and modernized MyAccess update, although necessary, have yet to be fully embraced by students, especially upperclassmen.
‘Does the world see me?’: Mahsa Amini vigil brings solidarity with the Iranian fight for women’s rights
On Sept. 23, Bahar Ghandehari and other local Iranians organized a vigil for Mahsa Amini in solidarity with those protesting in Iran.
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.