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VIEWPOINT: Education Through Student Press

I am pretty sure I was only hired as a writer because the senior interviewing me was currently working on her thesis about Queen Elizabeth. My British accent alone earned my access to Leavey 421. I did not come to Georgetown with dreams of being a journalist. When I arrived[Read More…]

by December 2, 2016 0 comments Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top

A Day in DC Without Breaking the Bank

Spending your summer in Washington, D.C., affords you the opportunity to explore neighborhoods beyond M Street and Wisconsin Avenue — simply taking a walk through the city’s other vibrant districts is a great, cheap way to spend a warm summer day. Out and About For those attempting to uncover some[Read More…]

by May 20, 2016 0 comments The Guide

Movie Review: ‘Spectre’

★★★☆☆ “Skyfall” was undeniably a peak in the recent reboot of the James Bond films. With director Sam Mendes taking the reins, the franchise was given a fresh sophistication, cleverly combining unexpected plot twists, a truly complex and dark villain and the sharp elegance that really distinguished it as an[Read More…]

‘Deeds, Not Words’

‘Deeds, Not Words’

As the big election year approaches, it is easy to forget that women in the United States have only had the right to vote for less than a century. Surprisingly, “Suffragette,” a new drama that tells the story of the involvement of working-class women in Britain’s fight for women’s right[Read More…]

Despite being signed to Jay-Z’s label, Roc Nation, Rita Ora has been easing her way into stardom, starting with YouTube videos and memorable Instagram posts.

Rita Ora Has Arrived

There is a certain je ne sais quoi about Rita Ora — a brilliant contradiction of grit and glamour that plays out in both her music and her style. While in the pages of magazines she oozes opulence as the face of legendary designer Roberto Cavalli; on stage she dominates[Read More…]

Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) delivered the commencement address for the McCourt School of Public Policy on Thursday, receiving an honorary doctorate. Commencement ceremonies for the undergraduate and graduate schools continue through Sunday.

Speakers Offer Rich Policy Experience

The university announced the speakers for the 2015 commencement ceremonies, including United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, journalist Charlie Rose, former Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao and global mental health expert Vikram Patel, on May 4. The ceremonies began Thursday with the McCourt School of Public Policy hosting Rep. John Lewis[Read More…]

by May 15, 2015 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Summer Movies

Summer Movies

As the semester ends, rejoice at all the free time on yours hands, and take advantage of the opportunity to get out of the heat and see some great films this summer. Science Fiction Science fiction fantasies star in this summer’s lineup, with a few highly anticipated movies finally arriving[Read More…]


UKIP and the Power of Fear

If you took a look at the United Kingdom in early 2010, you would have seen a country in desperate need of hope. After all, the economy was crashing, jobs were disappearing and every media outlet seemed to be reporting yet another national crisis. When the general election came that[Read More…]

by April 16, 2015 2 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
H*yas for Choice, a student-run organization, shoulders its role as the only distributor of condoms on campus. It has long been a proponent of increasing contraceptive resources.

Georgetown’s Contraception Control

On the stacks at Vital Vittles, students can find a range of useful medicinal products to help them survive college life. Whether it’s cough drops or NyQuil, the independent, student-run Students of Georgetown Inc. ensures that its flagship store is stocked with basic medical necessities. On one shelf, you can[Read More…]

by March 27, 2015 1 comment Sex Issue, The Guide
Georgetown University Medical Center students performed a die-in outside of the hospital today.

GU Medical Students Participate in White Coat Die-In Day

Around 40 medical students from Georgetown University School of Medicine participated in a protest outside the hospital today as part of a nationwide medical student movement called White Coat Die-In Day. The gathering, organized by first year medical students Jane Yoon and Michael Pappas along with other medical students in[Read More…]

by December 10, 2014 0 comments City News, News, News - Top