Former United States Secretary of Defense Robert Gates (GRD ’74) spoke about Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine at this year’s Tanous Family Endowed Lecture. Gates discussed Vladimir Putin’s motivations behind the invasion and commented on the ongoing conflict’s effects on the United States.
H*yas for Choice celebrated 30 years of advocacy work fighting for reproductive justice and sex positivity at Georgetown with a week of events and fundraising efforts. Since its founding in 1991, the organization has worked to expand access to quality reproductive and sexual health services on campus.
The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) released a petition calling for summer housing for students who experience housing insecurity April 25. GUSA representatives hope the petition will help create a permanent summer stability housing system.
Gabriella Reyes (GSP ‘26) and Dr. Victor Fernández-Mallat reflect on the findings of their original research on dialect perception and calls on Georgetown University to take more definitive action against implicit bias within the institution.
Brendan Teehan (COL ‘25) reflects on his experiences being one of few openly queer members on the Georgetown Mock Trial team and deconstructs the association between queerness and theatricality in witness roles.