Articles tagged: Roe v. Wade


Features

Will the post-Dobbs voter momentum continue through the midterms?

“I think Dobbs has had a huge effect on what the midterms will look like. I feel like right now it looks like it’s anyone’s midterm,” Robin Huang (SFS ’23) said.

Features

Healthcare privacy: How secure is our data?

Amazon’s acquisition of One Medical—with its 790,000 total users—has sparked worry among Georgetown community members about medical data security.

Halftime Sports

Sportswashing: Money, morality, and the fine line between sports and politics

Content warning: This article contains reference to human rights abuses and violence. There is a war afoot in professional golf right now. The stakes? Golf Digest dubbed it an “ongoing... Read more

Voices

How the land of the free has become the land of the partisan

Of the many observations I’ve cultivated about America, one has been particularly surprising: everything is made into partisan politics.

Opinion

On the brink of Roe reversal, we must strengthen pro-choice arguments

Those affected by the loss of Roe have no obligation or duty to convince their opponents that they should change their minds—just living with the new reality is enough—but for those who do choose to take up this mantle, it simply isn’t enough to rely on those same arguments you put to friends who already agree with you.

News

In the hours and days after Roe v. Wade opinion leaked, students gather at the Supreme Court

On the night of May 2, students rallied in front of the Supreme Court in protest of the draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Editorials

Support the New and Improved Women’s March

Last January, our editorial board wrote that there were several fundamental problems with the Women’s March. Even though we stood by the movement’s founding principles, we advocated sitting out the... Read more