Georgetown to host second Ignatian Q conference

From Friday March 27 to Sunday March 29, Georgetown will host Ignation Q, a conference that aims to discuss and explore the intersections of religious and queer identities. This is only the second year of the conference. Last… Read More


MPD receives poor score on LGBTQ report card

As Georgetown students wait excitedly (or maybe not so excitedly) to receive their mid-term grades, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) receives a poor score from D.C.’s LGBTQ community. The MPD’s priority report for the coming year did not… Read More

Catholic University approves Milk screening after coming to its senses

Earlier this month Catholic University cancelled a screening of Milk, the biopic about California’s first openly gay person elected to public office, over concerns of LGBTQ advocacy. The administration has changed its mind now, however, and the screening is… Read More

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Right Rides promises free rides for women, LGBTQ people starting on Halloween

The Collective Action for Safe Spaces is starting a program aimed at delivering safe transportation for women and LGBTQ individuals, two groups who typically face the most danger or discrimination on public transportation. Right Rides launches on Halloween… Read More

Catholic U postpones Milk screening over worries of LGBTQ advocacy

Georgetown may occasionally lapse into kicking its pro-choice student group off of a public sidewalk, but at least trying to watch a film about a gay politician on Georgetown’s campus wouldn’t be grounds for administrative intervention. Catholic University… Read More


Prefrosh Preview: LGBTQ on the Hilltop

For those of you who have been living under a rock, LGBTQ, as the Georgetown LGTBQ Resource Center defines it, stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning. Georgetown has come a long way from its cisgendered, anti-gay… Read More


Concert Preview: Antigone Rising brings the country rock girl power to Jammin Java

If you’re one of the brave souls watching Georgetown empty out for Easter Break while you stay behind, let Antigone Rising cheer you up. Don’t let the name fool you. This band is not going to make you… Read More


Advocates push for elimination of prostitution free zones in D.C.

Dozens of transgender rights advocates gathered outside the Wilson Building on Friday to rally behind Monica Jones, a transgender student at Arizona State University’s School of Social Work who was arrested last May for, in the words of the arresting officer,… Read More

St. Mary’s College of Maryland implements gender-neutral housing

A recent open-housing policy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, inspired by American, Brown and Brandeis Universities, allows students to room with someone of the opposite sex. This policy is designed to combat cissexual-centered and heteronormative thinking and give students the… Read More

GU Pride raises awareness through Outober month events

October is coming out month and GU Pride, Georgetown’s undergraduate association of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and allied students, has already kicked off its series of panels, discussions, and social events.The organization hosted a panel last Tuesday… Read More