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Jack Willis / The Hoya | Flights into Washington may soon land at a newly-renamed Donald J. Trump International Airport if a cohort of House Republicans can pass their bill.

From Dulles to Donald: Republicans Move to Rename Virginia Airport

By Jack Willis April 6, 2024

If legislators pass a bill recently introduced in the House of Representatives, students and tourists flying into the nation’s capital may soon find themselves landing at the Donald J. Trump International...

JHU Professor Discusses U.S.-China Rivalry, Shifting Economic Forces and Corporate Interests

JHU Professor Discusses U.S.-China Rivalry, Shifting Economic Forces and Corporate Interests

By Aamir Jamil and Neha Jampala January 19, 2024

Professor Ho-fung Hung of Johns Hopkins University delved into the intricacies of the U.S.-China rivalry in a recent online seminar hosted by Georgetown University.  Hung, an acclaimed author...

LEE: Pick Policy Over Personality

LEE: Pick Policy Over Personality

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee September 29, 2023

When Donald Trump was first elected president in 2016, I couldn’t have cared less.  I was a young middle schooler living in South Korea, far removed from the political commotion of Washington,...

Maggie Haberman Speaks to Students, Makes Predictions About Trump 2024 Run

Maggie Haberman Speaks to Students, Makes Predictions About Trump 2024 Run

By Annie Kane November 18, 2022

The Republican Party is about to be at war with itself, journalist Maggie Haberman told Georgetown University students and community members at an event co-hosted by the Georgetown University Institute...

Georgetown, Fellow Universities Yet To Rescind Honorifics Awarded to Rudy Giuliani

Georgetown, Fellow Universities Yet To Rescind Honorifics Awarded to Rudy Giuliani

By Katie Hawkinson July 7, 2022

Georgetown University finds itself amid a nationwide debate among universities deciding whether to rescind honorifics from Rudolph Giuliani (H ’02) in light of his attempts to undermine the 2020 presidential...

SUH: Fixing the Immigration Narrative

SUH: Fixing the Immigration Narrative

By Christina Suh February 18, 2022

Donald Trump made his stance on immigration clear when he reestablished the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) mission from “securing [its] promise as a nation of immigrants”...

Political Identities Correlated to COVID-19 Skepticism in Rural Communities, Report Finds

Political Identities Correlated to COVID-19 Skepticism in Rural Communities, Report Finds

By Alec Dewar March 5, 2021

Political and spiritual beliefs can motivate noncompliance with COVID-19 prevention measures in rural communities, such as mask mandates and social distancing guidelines, according to a recent Georgetown...

Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Receives Award for Diplomatic Excellence

Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Receives Award for Diplomatic Excellence

By Margie Cullen February 14, 2020

In her first public appearance since testifying in the impeachment hearings of President Donald Trump in November, former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch received an award for diplomatic excellence...

GUPD Arrests Two Anti-Trump Activists In Red Square

GUPD Arrests Two Anti-Trump Activists In Red Square

By Casey Ferrante January 31, 2020

Two members of the activist group Refuse Fascism were arrested for unlawful entry by the Georgetown University Police Department while demonstrating in Red Square on Jan. 27.  Two activists, Luna...

Embrace Healing Through Writing, Acclaimed Poet Says

Embrace Healing Through Writing, Acclaimed Poet Says

By Anna Ferrazzi January 24, 2020

Poetry served as an important coping mechanism for poet Terrance Hayes after the 2016 presidential election, he said at a book reading and discussion Jan. 21. The event was hosted by the Lannan Center...

4th Annual Womens March Sees Decrease in Attendance

4th Annual Women’s March Sees Decrease in Attendance

By Giulia Testa January 24, 2020

The fourth annual Women’s March on Washington drew a crowd of around 10,000 people Saturday, approximately a sixth of the estimated 65,000 people who attended last year’s march. Several Georgetown...

Trumps Transgender Military Ban Is Unreasonable, Panel Says

Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Is Unreasonable, Panel Says

By Betsy Ratliffe December 6, 2019

U.S. policies that prevent members of the transgender community from serving in the armed forces contradict the core values of the military, panelists said at a Dec. 4 event.  The Spectra Alliance,...

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