The Georgetown graduates who voted for and against health care reform

Surprise! There are a lot of Hoyas serving in the House and Senate. By Vox‘s count (OK, Matt Stoller’s (COL ’08) count), 19 Georgetown graduates cast their votes for or against Health Care Reform last night on the… Read More

Georgetown narrowly loses to Duke in the NCAA championship (of salaries)

Not many of our celebrity bracketeers are confident that Georgetown will make it to the NCAA championship game. But change the rules of the game, and the Hoyas can take on almost anyone in the tournament—at least as… Read More

Vox‘s NCAA bracket pool, ft. Chuck Hagel, Jenny Sanford, and Mike Birbiglia

For this year’s March Madness, Vox has assembled the most eclectic group of tournament brackets Georgetown’s ever seen. Famous and “famous” Hoyas alike opted to fill out a bracket for our pool—and while characters like President John DeGioia,… Read More

“I will really sell this piece of shit”: Georgetown Law grad selling his degree on Craigslist for $59,250

“This is actually a serious post. I will really sell this piece of shit.” Those are the words of a disillusioned graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center graduate who on Wednesday posted an offer to sell his… Read More

On the Record: City Councilmember David Catania (SFS ’90, LAW ’94)

On Wednesday, D.C. Councilmember and Georgetown alum David Catania (I-At Large)(SFS ‘90, LAW ‘94) spoke to a Voice reporter about his run for re-election, his recent work on same-sex marriage and medical marijuana legalization, and his time at… Read More

Despite dwindling numbers, GU alumni still among top Peace Corp volunteers

Georgetown University currently has 30 undergraduate alumni serving as Peace Corps volunteers, a number which puts its volunteer levels at eighth in the nation among comparatively sized schools in 2010 (PDF). However, that number is down over 14 percent… Read More

Georgetown alum’s non-profit raises money for Haiti’s development

Founded in 2009, Jacques-Philippe Piverger’s (MSB ’99) non-profit organization, Global Syndicate, is still in its infancy. But immediately after he heard about the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, his organization launched The Haiti Project, an ambitious fundraising campaign that… Read More

D.C. Councilmember and alum David Catania probably running for fourth term

D.C. Councilmember and Georgetown alum David Catania (I-At Large)(SFS ’90, LAW ’94) made headlines in 2009.

Georgetown grads make polo shirts with shocker, boob, and beer pong insignias

The polo shirt is a reliable choice of clothing if you want to dress for a party but are too drunk to think of something better to wear. But what if you want something more? What if you… Read More

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, a different kind of presidential Georgetown alum

Bill Clinton (SFS ’68) wasn’t the only president to come through Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service during the ’60s. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, the current president of the Philippines, attended the SFS, too. Arroyo didn’t graduate from Georgetown, but… Read More