CW: This article references sexual assault. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. George Washington … [Read more...] about GWU Students Demand Increased Protections for Survivors
Washington, D.C. officials are shutting down three encampments across the District, forcing over 100 people experiencing homelessness … [Read more...] about District Evicts Unhoused People from Encampments, Community Expressed Concerns About Housing Assistance Programming
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CW: This article references the 9/11 attacks and violence in Afghanistan. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus … [Read more...] about Professors Reflect on Lasting Global Impacts of 9/11 Attacks, 20 Years Later
Local transportation advocates have reinvigorated advocacy efforts to create a gondola connecting Georgetown and Rosslyn, Va., after the … [Read more...] about Georgetown-Rosslyn Gondola Could Become a Reality
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Joel Castón won election to Washington, D.C. local government, making him the first incarcerated elected official in the … [Read more...] about Prisons and Justice Initiative Student Becomes First Incarcerated Individual Elected in D.C.
Georgetown University community members are sending letters to their U.S. representatives to advocate for the return of Austin Tice (SFS … [Read more...] about GU Community Lobbies Congress for Austin Tice’s Return
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation April 22 that would grant Washington, D.C., statehood. H.R. 51, the Washington, … [Read more...] about DC Statehood Bill Passes in House, Awaits Uncertain Future in Senate
Georgetown University released the results from its first cultural climate survey April 16, providing an assessment of the campus … [Read more...] about We Read the 200-Page Undergraduate Cultural Climate Survey. Here Are Our Takeaways.