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The Long Road to Restorative Justice At Georgetown

The Long Road to Restorative Justice At Georgetown

By Sydney Raymond and Alex Brown February 18, 2022

In fall 2020, Felicia Miller (COL ’23) began working on a solution for a problem she had identified in Georgetown University’s disciplinary process — a fully punitive system with no opportunities...

Student Conduct Policy and COVID-19: Increased Sanctions, Lack of Appeals Process

Student Conduct Policy and COVID-19: Increased Sanctions, Lack of Appeals Process

By Charlotte Rosenblum and Allie Altshule November 12, 2020

When Nolan Peacock (COL ’21) and his two housemates received a non-COVID-19-related noise complaint from the Student Neighborhood Assistance Program for hosting three guests at their off-campus house...

Congress Should Strive Toward Deescalation in Iran, Panel Says

Congress Should Strive Toward Deescalation in Iran, Panel Says

By Yalda Zarrabi January 17, 2020

Congressional pushback on presidential foreign policies is essential to quelling the escalating tensions between Iran and the United States, Program Director of the Institute for Policy Studies Phyllis...

LIU: As Nicaragua Weeps, America Falls Short

LIU: As Nicaragua Weeps, America Falls Short

By Victoria Liu October 2, 2018

More than 2,800 people injured. Over 350 citizens arrested. All in all, 512 protesters dead. Mass frustration with the harmful policies and suspicious practices of President Daniel Ortega have dragged...

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Melanne Verveer, executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, discussed the findings of a new GIWPS report in an interview with The Hoya.

UN Sanctions Can Prevent Sexual Violence in Conflict, GIWPS Report Argues

By Olivia Eggers April 5, 2018

United Nations sanctions can be used to limit the weaponization of sexual violence in conflict situations, Sophie Huvé (LAW ’17), a Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security fellow, argued...

VIEWPOINT: A Boycott for Humanity

By Ahmad El-Husseini March 21, 2017

Put yourself in the place of an elderly Palestinian farmer, who just had his house bulldozed, his livestock confiscated and his land stolen. Put yourself in the place of a Palestinian mother who has just...

Vehicle of Erratic Policing

Vehicle of Erratic Policing

By The Editorial Board November 6, 2015

Students who live off campus have had enough. Enough of Student Neighborhood Assistance Program intervention in the smallest of social gatherings. Enough of draconian responses to open trash can lids....

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GIA Petition Divides GUSA Executive Candidates

By Ashwin Puri February 13, 2015

The Georgetown Israel Alliance presented endorsement criteria to the Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates over the past few weeks, including language that advocated for Israel’s...

Freshman Violations Hidden

By Molly Simio August 29, 2014

First-time violations of some Code of Student Conduct regulations that occur during freshman year will no longer be visible to employers and graduate schools on a student’s disciplinary record, after...

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: Whats the Deal with Iran?

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: What’s the Deal with Iran?

By Harper Weissburg and Harper Weissburg December 5, 2013

In Tehran, Iran's nuclear program was born and raised, in centrifuges is where it spent most of its days. Maxin' out, enriching, playing it all cool, fooling inspectors and breaking the rules. When John...

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