Tiffany Yu (MSB ’10) has donated $50,000 to launch the Disability Empowerment Endowed Fund, an initiative designed by student activists to fund disability-centered programming on campus.
Joel Castón, a student of the Georgetown Prison and Justice Initiative, won election to Washington, D.C. local government on June 15, becoming the first incarcerated person elected in the District.
Georgetown University has revoked all honorifics, including an honorary degree, from former Provost J. Donald Freeze, S.J., following allegations of sexual misconduct from a former undergraduate student.
In this week’s edition of “Combating Conspiracies,” Lea Marchl (SFS ’22) discusses the need for media literacy training in the modern world and encourages Georgetown to teach its students how to effectively recognize misinformation.
John O’Connor (COL ’23) underscores the importance of beginning the fall semester as a fully vaccinated community and urges Georgetown to establish a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for faculty and staff.
In this week’s edition of “The Equalizer,” Carrie McDonald (COL ’24) sounds off about the NCAA’s lack of care towards its female athletes, and the discourse resulting from recent events at the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.