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Students Rally at Capitol To Demand Immediate Action on Climate Change

Students Rally at Capitol To Demand Immediate Action on Climate Change

By Daniella Arevalo October 1, 2021

Georgetown student activists took to the streets of D.C. last weekend to demand that President Joe Biden’s administration take immediate action to combat the climate crisis.  Activists organized...

BAZAIL-EIMIL:  Resist Ideological Litmus Tests in Catholicism

BAZAIL-EIMIL: Resist Ideological Litmus Tests in Catholicism

By Eric Bazail-Eimil July 27, 2021

Communion. Eucharist. The body and blood. It goes by many names, but Communion is one of the cornerstones of Catholic religious life. For Catholics, bread and wine are not just liturgically symbolic foods,...

GU Community Lobbies Congress for Austin Tice’s Return

GU Community Lobbies Congress for Austin Tice’s Return

By Paige Kupas April 29, 2021

Georgetown University community members are sending letters to their U.S. representatives to advocate for the return of Austin Tice (SFS ’02), who went missing over eight years ago while working as...

THOMAS: Rethink Unity in Politics

THOMAS: Rethink Unity in Politics

By Connor Thomas March 5, 2021

Well, it is a whole six weeks into the Biden presidency. Bombed Syria? Check. Stimulus money? Still no check. Bipartisanship? Sailed. Jokes aside, President Joe Biden’s aspirational unity looks pretty...

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff To Join Georgetown Law Faculty in Spring 2021

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff To Join Georgetown Law Faculty in Spring 2021

By Samantha Sinutko January 20, 2021

Second gentleman Douglas Emhoff will join the Georgetown University Law Center faculty as a distinguished visitor from practice to teach an entertainment law course starting in January 2021. @DouglasEmhoff/TWITTER...

VIEWPOINT: Implement Ranked-Choice Voting Nationwide

VIEWPOINT: Implement Ranked-Choice Voting Nationwide

By Emily Bach December 4, 2020

Regardless of the outcome, the 2020 presidential election has taught us that polarization is here to stay, barring drastic changes to our electoral system. Although President-elect Joe Biden promises...

DELANEY: Recognize Significance of Georgia Senate Runoffs

DELANEY: Recognize Significance of Georgia Senate Runoffs

By Chris Delaney November 20, 2020

Despite a pandemic and the ensuing chaos 2020 has brought, this fall’s election cycle saw a record number of early votes cast by mail with millions more casting their ballots in person on Election Day....

DANIEL SMITH/THE HOYA | President-elected Joseph R. Biden selected several Georgetown faculty and alumni to serve as advisors and members of agency review teams as his administration prepares for a smooth transition of power.

Georgetown Faculty and Graduates Appointed to Key Positions on Biden Team

By Giulia Testa November 13, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden named several Georgetown University faculty and graduates to serve as advisers or to play prominent roles in his administration this week, including his new chief of staff. DANIEL...

Barred From the Ballot Box, International Students Watch Election With Unease

Barred From the Ballot Box, International Students Watch Election With Unease

By Naomi Greenberg October 30, 2020

By Nov. 3, thousands of Georgetown University students will have cast their ballots for the 2020 presidential election. In the meantime, ineligible students must sit on the sidelines, hoping their peers...

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GU Report: Biden College Plan Could Pay for Itself Within Decade

By Noa Bronicki October 29, 2020

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s free college plan could pay for itself within ten years, despite its multi-billion dollar price tag, according to a recent report. The Georgetown University...

This Week in Politics: October 9th

This Week in Politics: October 9th

By Matteo Lauto and Matteo Lauto October 9, 2020

There’s never enough politics these days. Because of the lack of political coverage on the 4E, many of the most important stories have gone unreported. It's our duty as investigative journalists to...

DELANEY: Create Moderate Policies

DELANEY: Create Moderate Policies

By Chris Delaney October 8, 2020

Former Vice President Joe Biden currently holds a significant lead in swing-state polls, suggesting he would win the presidency if the election were next week. These statistics raise the question of how...

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