Articles tagged: Georgetown History


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May 6, 1970: The day Georgetown went on strike

Georgetown’s relationship with activism has never been a simple one.  When new Hoyas walk through the gates at the intersection of 37th and O, they can expect to be bombarded... Read more

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Who Can Afford to be a Washingtonian?

Georgetown students might know the U Street corridor for its trendy boutiques and rooftop bars that have hosted many a club formal. But before the vintage stores and fusion restaurants,... Read more

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Finding His Voice: John Baldoni recalls pictures, protests, and the early days of the Voice

As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. John Baldoni (COL ’74) arrived on the Hilltop in... Read more

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Finding His Voice: Martin Yant Looks Back on Voice Founding, Career of Investigating

As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March 2019, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. In the fall of 1967, Georgetown was... Read more

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Finding His Voice: Jason Berry reflects on college and career

As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March 2019, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. Jason Berry (COL ’71) arrived at Georgetown... Read more

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Uprooted: The Displacement of Georgetown’s Black Community

In 1957, the year Little Rock Central High School was desegregated, Sen. John F. Kennedy bought a house in the Georgetown neighborhood. Attached to the deed was a restrictive covenant:... Read more