Verizon Center’s heightened security for Wiz, not Hoyas

3 p.m. update: No Obama tonight. But we all got pat downs anyway! Original post: Minutes ago, we got a strange email that urged us to arrive “at least 45 minutes earlier than you normally would” for tomorrow’s… Read More

Georgetown students attend presidential town hall

Last Thursday, Alejandro Gonzalez (SFS ’12) had an opportunity many of us can only dream of: To ask the President of the United States a question on national television. Gonzalez was joined by Geoffrey Bible (SFS ’12), Nicole Tortoriello (COL… Read More

Hoyas remain prominent in national security staff despite departure

After running into a bit of controversy over statements made in Bob Woodward’s Obama’s War, National Security Adviser General James L. Jones (SFS ’66) is stepping down from his duties within the next two weeks. Jones, a former… Read More

Georgetown Law professor to head oil spill commission

Another Lazarus has been raised; not from the dead this time, but from the Georgetown University Law Center. Richard Lazarus, the Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. Professor of Law and co-director of the Supreme Court Institute, has been… Read More

Michelle Obama addresses military families at Georgetown

In an address to a meeting of the National Military Family Association, First Lady Michelle Obama introduced plans for aiding the families of military members who are serving overseas. The conference—“When Parents Deploy:  Understanding the Experience of Military… Read More

U.S. nominates Georgetown professor Tony Lake to be UNICEF chief

Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service may be out one very valuable professor by the end of the school year. The U.S. has nominted Anthony Lake, the former national security adviser to Bill Clinton and Distinguished Professor in… Read More

Photos: Georgetown Beats Duke 89-77, Barack Obama and Joe Biden look on

Get the flash player here: Want more? Check out the Voice‘s post-game coverage. Photos by Lynn Kirshbaum

Obama said to be attending Georgetown’s game against Duke

Get your cameras ready, Hoyas: sources planning tomorrow’s Duke game against Georgetown have told The Hill that President Barack Obama is going to be there. Tomorrow’s game is also a special benefit for Darfur. From The Hill: “Saturday’s… Read More

Obama nominates openly gay Georgetown Law prof for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Earlier this week, President Barack Obama announced that he was nominating Chai Feldblum, an openly lesbian Georgetown Law professor, to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC is a federal agency whose purpose is to end… Read More

DeGioia talks Obama IHS cover-up, town-gown relations on Kojo Nnamdi

Yesterday, Georgetown President John DeGioia sat down with WAMU 88.5’s Kojo Nnamdi to chat about the University and its relationship with the Georgetown neighborhood. DeGioia covered some perennial issues, like being the first lay president of Georgetown, the… Read More