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VIEWPOINT: Make the Hilltop a Home

VIEWPOINT: Make the Hilltop a Home

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee April 17, 2023

As the academic year slowly comes to an end, I’ve found myself repeating “I miss home.” For some, this may be difficult to understand. After all, my friends have gone home or met their families...

BAZAIL-EIMIL: Return to Christianity’s Inclusive Roots

BAZAIL-EIMIL: Return to Christianity’s Inclusive Roots

By Eric Bazail-Eimil June 28, 2021

In the Gospels, Jesus enters the temple in Jerusalem and sees the Pharisees have allowed moneylenders and exchangers to set up tables in the temple courtyard. Infuriated by this degradation of the sacred...

VIEWPOINT: Expand Inclusivity of Mr. Georgetown

VIEWPOINT: Expand Inclusivity of Mr. Georgetown

By Kate Clark November 12, 2020

Every year, clubs at Georgetown University nominate senior male members as competitors in a pageant known as “Mr. Georgetown.” During my first three years at Georgetown, I heard of the show’s admittance...

Ferretti, Badger Emphasize Tangible Goals

Ferretti, Badger Emphasize Tangible Goals

By Riley Rogerson January 31, 2020

A shared passion for public service guided Nicolo Ferretti (SFS ’21) and Bryce Badger (MSB ’21) to the Georgetown University Student Association, where the two bonded over advocating for student interests....

Demographic Survey Shows Diversity in GUSA Senate

Demographic Survey Shows Diversity in GUSA Senate

By Liana Hardy January 17, 2020

Over two-thirds of respondents in a Georgetown University Student Association senate survey identify as ethnically nonwhite, according to an internal demographic survey presented at a Jan. 12 weekly senate...

VIEWPOINT: Expand Impact of Disability Studies

VIEWPOINT: Expand Impact of Disability Studies

By Grace Ramstad November 6, 2019

When I arrived on Georgetown University’s campus as a freshman in 2016, the disability studies minor did not exist, and the primary way I thought about my own ability was as “not disabled.” The...

EDITORIAL: Avoid Racist Halloween Costumes

EDITORIAL: Avoid Racist Halloween Costumes

By Editorial Board October 25, 2019

With Halloween less than a week away, many students are looking for a costume. When choosing Halloween costumes, students must make sure they avoid racist and otherwise inappropriate outfits.  This...

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY | Georgetowns first Cultural Climate Survey will be used to identify points for improvement in inclusivity policy and resources, Rosemary Kilkenny, vice president for Institutional Diversity and Equity, said.

GU Set to Launch Survey Assessing Cultural Inclusivity

By Moira Ritter March 15, 2019

Georgetown plans to roll out its first Cultural Climate Survey to gauge inclusivity and diversity on campus, according to the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action. The...

EDITORIAL: Combat Club Selectivity, Remove Club Applications

By Editorial Board January 18, 2019

At tomorrow's club fair, undergraduates will navigate crowded tables in the Healey Family Student Center in an effort to find a cause, a team and a community that aligns with their interests. Entry to...

EDITORIAL: Specify GUSA Objectives

By Editorial Board April 6, 2018

The recent swearing-in of Georgetown University Student Association President Sahil Nair (SFS ’19) and Vice President Naba Rahman (SFS ’19) brings to mind their campaign promises of an inclusive and...

Transgender fashion model Peche Di said her industry still is not fully inclusive of all models, including models with different body types and gender identities.

Fashion Industry Still Lacks Inclusivity, Transgender Model Says

By Deepika Jonnalagadda March 13, 2018

The American fashion industry can provide a platform for combatting ignorance of the transgender community, Thai transgender model Peche Di said in an event cohosted by the Georgetown University Lecture...

EDITORIAL: Vote Sirois and Doherty

By Editorial Board February 16, 2018

In a campaign season marked by mediocrity and similarity, only one ticket rises above the pack with a demonstrated grasp of the issues facing Georgetown students and an ability to include minority voices. All...

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