Prefrosh Preview: A guide to the School of Foreign Service

This week, Vox wanted to give the Class of 2014 a sneak peek into each of Georgetown University’s four schools. Today we examine the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. A strong core builds a strong degree,… Read More

Voice‘s On-Campus Choices: So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good-bye

Farewell Address from Former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski President Kwasniewski is leaving Georgetown at the end of this semester, completing his time as a Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of Global Leadership.  On Thursday, April 29, he will… Read More

SFS creating panel to review Map of the Modern World changes

When the School of Foreign Service decided to change the Map of the Modern World curriculum and replace professor Keith Hrebenak with former SFS-Qatar Dean James Reardon-Anderson, SFSers weren’t too happy about it.  The SFS Academic Council heard… Read More

Anti-Map-changes protest all Facebook, no action

When it was revealed last week that the School of Foreign Service standby, Map of the Modern World, was undergoing a curriculum revitalization and getting a new professor, students and alumni were quick to voice their outrage. A… Read More

SFSers protest new Map of the Modern World changes

Bring back the old Map! As we reported yesterday, the School of Foreign Service institution, Map of the Modern World, is undergoing major changes this year.  Turns out SFSers aren’t taking too kindly to the alterations. They’ve started… Read More

SFS revamps Map of the Modern World curriculum, Hrebenak out as teacher

All you will need to know to pass the new Map of the Modern World course Map of the Modern World, the School of Foreign Service rite of passage, is undergoing significant curricular changes and getting a new… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: our favorite philosophers, GW Swine Flu grows on us

We at Vox wade through the web 2.0 morass and pick out the top 5 Georgetown tweets of the week. Wanna be considered? Start following GtownVoxPop on Twitter and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor… Read More