Georgetown University administrators say they will try to create more in-person learning options for international students in the United States after new federal immigration rules threw their fall semester into further jeopardy.
Georgetown Will Make Minimal Changes to Title IX Practices Despite New Federal Regulations, Administrators Say
Georgetown University plans to maintain current Title IX processes as much as possible despite new Department of Education regulations, fearing the new rules will make reporting incidents of sexual assault more difficult.
In the last edition of “Pondering Politics,” Sam Kehoe (COL ’23) calls on Americans to exercise patience with government officials as they make difficult decisions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Caroline Schauder (SFS ’20) discusses her unpredictable van ride through Georgetown University and the lessons learned along the way.
In a March 12 press release, the Georgetown University Athletic Department announced its decision to cancel all remaining sports practices and competitions, effective immediately, in response to the spread of COVID-19.
A few days before Super Tuesday, Georgetown University students outlined their perceptions of the 2020 Democratic candidates, the key political issues on the campaign trail and the flaws within the Democratic primary process.