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VIEWPOINT: Choose Speakers Responsibly

VIEWPOINT: Choose Speakers Responsibly

By AJ Williamson and Jordan Westendorf February 28, 2020

On Feb. 24, the Georgetown University College Republicans hosted Eric Trump (MSB ’06) and Charlie Kirk on Georgetown University’s campus. Our organization, Georgetown University College Democrats,...

MICHAEL HOWARTH FOR THE HOYA | Governor Larry Hogan (R-Md.) discussed bipartisanship action at an event on Monday.

Prioritize Bipartisanship in Campaigns, Hogan Says

By Steele Schoeberl October 11, 2019

Politicians must focus on bipartisanship and common sense to appeal to broad audiences, according to Governor Larry Hogan (R-Md.) at an event on Monday. The event, “Working Across the Aisle: A Conversation...

EDITORIAL: Condemn Racist Remark

EDITORIAL: Condemn Racist Remark

By Editorial Board September 27, 2019

On Sept. 19, Jackson Wagner (COL ’21) wrote “Can we call ICE on them” in the “Republican Hoyas Group” group chat in response to student protestors at a Georgetown University College Republicans...


Student Considering Civil Suit Against Immigrant Rights Club

By Ashley Zhao September 24, 2019

Jackson Wagner (COL ’21) is considering a civil suit against Hoyas for Immigrant Rights after the group issued a statement criticizing a message he had sent in a “Republican Hoyas” group conversation...

25 Things to Expect on Election Day

25 Things to Expect on Election Day

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz November 7, 2016

Four years ago at this time I was a sophomore in high school, wondering who would be running for president when I would finally be able to vote. Fast-forward to now, and let's just say many of us are...

The university has given contradicting direction on student club’s right to endorse.

University, SAC Misaligned Over Endorsement Policy

By Tara Subramaniam September 13, 2016

With 55 days to go until the Nov. 8 general election, the university’s stance on political endorsements has come under the spotlight for its ambiguity; while the Student Activities Commission has...

“Georgetown for Bernie 2016” has amassed the most popular support on social media of all election groups thus far.

2016 Descends Upon the Hilltop

By Jack Lynch September 29, 2015

With the 2016 general presidential election over a year away, student groups in support of candidates from both major parties are beginning to gain momentum on campus. So far, several groups have...

No More Distractions

By The Editorial Board April 21, 2015

The Georgetown University College Republicans hosted Christina Hoff Sommers, an author and philosophy professor known for her criticism of contemporary feminism and her disavowal of a so-called “rape...

GUCR and GUCD attract prominent speakers like Dennis Hastert.

Democrats Boast Strong Youth Support

By Ashley Miller April 4, 2014

The generalization of colleges as being bastions of liberalism is a stereotype that’s here to stay at 37th and O streets. A March 28 Gallup poll indicated a growth in youth identifying an affinity...

The Rise of ‘The Right Way’ and ‘The Progressive’

By Jamie Slater February 28, 2014

After Patrick Gage (SFS ’17) arrived at Georgetown and realized that, unlike the College Democrats’ and their publication “The Progressive,” the College Republicans had no official publication,...

Former Speaker Talks Bipartisanship

By Laura Owsiany February 14, 2014

Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert (R-IL) engaged students with a discussion of his lengthy career in Congress as well as the future of bipartisanship in an ideologically divided Congress Tuesday...

College Political Groups Transition Leadership

By Kayla Cross December 6, 2013

College Democrats and College Republicans will transition their leadership in the coming days, with Chandini Jha (COL ’16) and Patrick Musgrave (COL ’16) winning the chair positions, respectively. Musgrave,...

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