Students Advancing Food Equity is confronting unaddressed food insecurity in the Georgetown University community amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the university’s virtual operating status.
At a Feb. 23 event sponsored by GU Politics and The Blaxa, former Black White House staffers said they struggled to make their perspectives heard while working in a largely white environment.
Despite application challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgetown University is the top producer of Fulbright student scholars for the second year in a row, with 39 recipients of the scholarship this year.
In this week’s edition of “Combatting Conspiracies,” Lea Marchl (SFS ’22) assesses contemporary propaganda through disinformation and urges Georgetown students to beware of conspiratorial thinking and authoritarian power grabs.
In this week’s edition of “Keeping the Faith,” Eric Bazail-Eimil (SFS ’23) applauds the inherent imperfection in everyone, reminding students and community members that every person is worthy of respect and God’s love.
With Georgetown’s recent partnership with WeWork, shared office spaces have become a study haven for some students. As the partnership has grown, however, it has been plagued with miscommunication and concerns over accessibility and COVID-19 safety.