Articles tagged: Features


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Earth Explorers Takes D.C.: New NatGeo Exhibit Addresses Environmental Issues

The National Geographic Museum’s newest exhibit, Earth Explorers, opened on a peculiarly balmy February day. The exhibition, running February through September 2017, offers visitors the opportunity to become a NatGeo... Read more

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Orchestrating Diplomacy: GU Students Head to Cuba

While most students will be relaxing at home over spring break, twelve members of the Georgetown University Orchestra will be boarding a plane to Havana, Cuba. Only two years ago,... Read more

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Alternative Snacks: A Second Student Dining Option

College dining hall food is notoriously subpar, and for many Georgetown students, Leo’s is no exception. But it is an unavoidable part of campus life, as all freshmen and sophomores... Read more

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Spaced Out: Club Sports in Crisis

When Kehoe Field closed, it was a long time coming. The playing space was notorious for its rough conditions, and Georgetown deemed it unsafe for practice conditions. Although many felt... Read more

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Students and Professors React to Immigration Executive Order

Meghan Bodette (SFS ‘20) had been up all night. For the last three days, she had attended protests, marching, chanting, and showing no signs of slowing down. Bodette, along with... Read more

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BMDT celebrates 35 years of dance, defiance, and diversity

Bodies tumble to the ground. Dancers fall, then carry each other around the studio. Pained, passionate faces match the sharp movements as Erykah Badu’s voice repeats the words, “This bitter... Read more

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It takes a Village (A): Life on the Hilltop for Chaplains and their Families

If you live in Village A, you might occasionally see something out of place. On days when the weather is warm and the sun shines, two small girls, dressed as... Read more