An intruder in Georgetown’s first-year residence hall, New South, elicited a GUPD and Metropolitan Police Department investigation and raised safety concerns and frustration from students after a lack of university communication following the incident.
Georgetown University Law Center students, especially those with children or immunocompromised family members, are calling on administrators to ensure virtual class attendance options to prevent spreading COVID-19 to their families.
Georgetown student activists created community fundraisers to support vulnerable Afghans still in Afghanistan and Afghan refugees resettled in the Washington, D.C. area.
After Texas Senate Bill 8 went into effect to prohibit all abortions in the state after six weeks, Thalia Zuniga-Davila (COL ’24) highlights the disproportionate impact of anti-abortion laws on marginalized communities and urges the Georgetown community to oppose the restrictive legislation.
In the fifth installment of “District Discourse,” Angela Yu (SFS ’25) discusses current D.C. based initiatives to support Afghan refugees and calls on the Georgetown community to contribute available resources.
On Sept. 19, FIFA representatives toured Washington, D.C. as a part of their evaluation of D.C. as a potential host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, with local hopes of bringing the world’s most anticipated sporting event back to the district.