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WOMEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Split First Two Conference Matches

WOMEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Split First Two Conference Matches

Opening what many anticipate to be a Big East schedule slated with matches expected to go down to the wire, Georgetown defeated the Butler Bulldogs in the league opener 5-2 on Friday afternoon, before falling to the DePaul Blue Demons in Chicago by a final score of 4-3 Saturday. The[Read More…]

by February 1, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
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Photos of the Week: Jan. 25

The photos of the week for Jan. 25 include the inside of the GU Politics office; three Georgetown University women’s basketball players anxiously watching their teammates from the sideline; a close-up of a light fixture inside Riggs Library; a still shot of Speech and Debate, a coproduction by Mask &[Read More…]

by January 30, 2019 0 comments Photography, Uncategorized
HAMPERS | Soccer in US Market Shows Encouraging Signs

HAMPERS | Soccer in US Market Shows Encouraging Signs

Despite being the most popular sport across the globe, soccer has seldom enjoyed popularity in the United States. The fall of 2017 brought a potent reminder of the United States’ lag in soccer relative to the rest of the world when the men’s national team failed to qualify for the[Read More…]

by January 25, 2019 0 comments Sports - Top, Uncategorized
Adjunct Professor’s Qualifications Questioned by Colleagues

Adjunct Professor’s Qualifications Questioned by Colleagues

Molly McKew, a recently hired adjunct professor teaching a course on Russian disinformation campaigns for the School of Foreign Service, has faced criticism from colleagues and news outlets for her former status as a foreign lobbyist. McKew, who holds a masters degree in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies and has served[Read More…]

O’HARA: Diversify Artwork Acquisition Practices

O’HARA: Diversify Artwork Acquisition Practices

In 1985, a group of female artists gathered in New York in an almost superhero manner for the sole purpose of fighting sexism and racism in the art world. That spring, the Museum of Modern Art hosted an exhibition displaying international paintings and sculptures; of the 165 artists featured in[Read More…]

by January 20, 2019 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top, Uncategorized

VIEWPOINT: Democracy Prevails in Diversity

Now that the final results from the 2018 midterm elections have — mostly — been tabulated, it is a good time to reflect on the fundamental health of our democratic republic. Most analysts and pundits have focused on individual races and their impact on the balance of power in Washington,[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top, Uncategorized

EDITORIAL: Respect Students, Adhere to Finals Policy

Study days are meant to be an undisturbed time for students to prepare for finals. However, some Georgetown University professors disrupt this time by violating the university’s finals policy. Under the Office of the University Registrar’s current policy, the university designates two to three days after the conclusion of classes[Read More…]

by December 7, 2018 1 comment Editorial, Uncategorized
ANC Hopes to Rename Street to Commemorate Murdered Journalist

ANC Hopes to Rename Street to Commemorate Murdered Journalist

A Washington, D.C. neighborhood advisory commission voted to rename a street outside the Saudi Embassy in honor of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in October.n Advisory neighborhood commission 2A, which oversees the Foggy Bottom and West End neighborhoods, voted unanimously Wednesday night to[Read More…]

MAHTANI | European Teams Wary of Saudi Investors

After the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, it is unsurprising that many organizations, including European football teams, are reluctant to engage in any type of business with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the country more broadly. In the world of European football, before the Saudis[Read More…]

by November 29, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top, Uncategorized
Dupont Circle: Knowledge, Art and Diplomacy Meet at the District’s Cultural Crossroads

Dupont Circle: Knowledge, Art and Diplomacy Meet at the District’s Cultural Crossroads

Located at the intersection between Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire avenues is one of the most famous traffic circles in Washington, D.C.: Dupont Circle. The grassy park in the center of the roundabout is adorned with a stunning fountain that honors the area’s namesake, Samuel Francis Dupont, an admiral in[Read More…]