A recently released survey of hundreds of Georgetown University faculty members revealed widely held frustrations about a lack of transparency from administrators surrounding the university’s COVID-19 response planning.
At a town hall Nov. 20, graduate students vented frustration about Georgetown University’s plan for the spring, which limits their tuition discount, among other slights.
In this week’s edition of “What’s in a Wardrobe,” Annabelle Pukas (COL ‘23) challenges the strict and often objectifying fashion standards for female-identifying politicians.
The editorial board calls on Georgetown University students in leadership positions to work toward compensation for future leaders to ensure equity and diversity in club leadership.
The Committee on Investments and Social Responsibility aims to ensure Georgetown University’s endowment investments align with the university’s values, but past representatives say the committee prioritizes profit over purpose.