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Isabella Stratta (MSB and SFS ’25) was awarded the prestigious Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for public service Sept. 12.

Georgetown Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship for Public Service

By Caleigh Keating September 21, 2023

Isabella Stratta (MSB, SFS ’25) was awarded the prestigious Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for public service Sept. 12. The Voyager Scholarship was created by Barack and Michelle Obama in conjunction...

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North Korea Threats Must Be Countered With Negotiation, Former Secretary of Defense Says

By Emily Leng November 6, 2017

Negotiation, rather than a military solution, is vital to achieving positive, sustainable peace with North Korea, former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said at a panel Nov. 2. North Korea is under...

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VIEWPOINT: Seize Opportunity in Our Choices

By Oliva Hinerfeld May 19, 2017

On Aug. 28, 2013, then-President Barack Obama stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to address a crowd of tens of thousands in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington....

Who Should Georgetowns Next Basketball Coach Be?

Who Should Georgetown’s Next Basketball Coach Be?

By Alessandra Puccio and Alessandra Puccio April 3, 2017

Many Georgetown students and alumni have been waiting in high anticipation as the school searches for a new men’s basketball coach to replace the recently fired, John Thompson III. Names including Shaka...

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David Simas, assistant to the president, argued that Republicans in Congress challenged President Barack Obama’s desire to collaborate during his term Wednesday.

Advisor Praises Obama Collaboration

By Alfredo Carrillo November 18, 2016

  President Barack Obama’s collaborative tendencies were put to the test by noncompliant Republicans in Congress during his second term, according to David Simas, assistant to the president...

VIEWPOINT: Democratic Party Needs Introspection

By Grant Olson November 15, 2016

“What do we do now?” That is the question I know many Hoyas and millions of Americans across this country are asking themselves in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory in last week’s presidential...

VIEWPOINT: Sparking Innovation with NASA Funding

By Grace Maglieri October 18, 2016

President Barack Obama recently unveiled his vision for the future of spaceflight missions, setting the standard for decades of research and establishing a goal of putting humans on Mars by 2030. Yet many...

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U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch discussed a national data collection program in her “Exit Interview.”

Lynch Backs Police Database

By Marina Pitofsky October 14, 2016

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch expressed her support for a recently announced program that will collect information on the lethal use of police force as well as create the first national database...

Secretary of Education King Addresses FAFSA Deadline

By Ben Goodman October 4, 2016

The new filing date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will benefit current high school seniors applying for financial aid, according to United States Secretary of Education John B. King...

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Senior Associate Dean of the School of Foreign Service Daniel Byman and George Mason University professor Colin Dueck debated about the strengths and weaknesses of President Barack Obamas foreign policy at the Alexander Hamilton Societys first event last Tuesday.

Alexander Hamilton Society Debates Obama’s Legacy

By Colin Maloney September 27, 2016

The Georgetown chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society hosted its first event, a debate between School of Foreign Service professor Daniel Byman and George Mason University professor Colin Dueck...

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A group of more than 1,000 people, including more than 25 Georgetown students, marched from the White House to Capitol Hill and back last night to protest against police brutality.

Students Join More Than 1,000 in March Against Police Brutality

By Katherine Richardson and Ian Scoville July 8, 2016

A group of more than 1,000 people, including around 25 Georgetown students, marched from the White House to Capitol Hill and back last night to protest police brutality after two fatal, police-involved...

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Students gathered in Dahlgren Quadrangle on June 13 to reflect on the shootings in Orlando, Fla.

Students, University Facilitators Reflect on Orlando Shooting

By Christian Paz June 29, 2016

Students and university facilitators advocated the important role of safe spaces for LGBTQ individuals and reflected on their reactions to the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on June...

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