Protesters interrupt Uribe lecture in ICC auditorium

During a lecture this evening in the ICC auditorium, former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe was interrupted by two protesters. After speaking, Uribe began to take questions from Professor Eric Langenbacher‘s Comparative Political Systems class. Then, a man in… Read More

Uribe appointment under attack from human rights groups

[Update, 5:15 pm: Vox just learned that Uribe has arrived on campus. Protesters are currently outside the Mortara Building, which Uribe was seen entering earlier today. MPD officers have closed are posted along the 1200 block of 36th… Read More

Chronicle of Higher Education revives the Plan A Hoyas debate

If there was ever any doubt in your mind that being chained to a statue with duct tape over your mouth for eight hours sucks, The Chronicle of Higher Education put that doubt to rest. A new series… Read More

Georgetown students arrested at May 1st Immigrants’ Rights Rally

This past Saturday, approximately sixty Georgetown students joined the thousands who gathered in D.C. to protest recent Arizona immigration laws and to demand comprehensive immigration reform from Congress. While the rally itself was expected, what happened next was… Read More

University responds to Georgetown Divest! before today’s protest

As they promised yesterday, Georgetown Divest! took anotherĀ  trip from Red Square to President John DeGioia‘s office this afternoon. But, the 10 members of today’s protest did not know that the University had responded with a preemptive with… Read More

Georgetown Divest! coalition marches to President DeGioia’s office

At 2:30 p.m., a group of approximately fifteen students marched from Red Square to President DeGioia‘s office as part of the Georgetown Divest! campaign. Georgetown, Divest!, a coalition comprised of Students for Justice in Palestine, Georgetown Solidarity Committee,… Read More

AU students vandalize Eagle, demand firing of “rape apologist” student columnist

Earlier this week, students at American University vandalized copies of The Eagle, its main student newspaper, over a column by student Alex Knepper in which he calls date rape “an incoherent concept.” Anonymous students littered hallways with Eagle… Read More

Georgetown University holds its ground with Plan A Hoyas

Members of Plan A Hoyas met with administrators on Tuesday to discuss Georgetown’s sexual health policies. Although they promised to meet with Plan A again, the Georgetown administrators who were present at the meeting do not seem to… Read More

Plan A Hoyas to meet with University officials on Tuesday

Members of Plan A Hoyas will meet with University officials on Tuesday to discuss the school’s sexual health policies following their high-profile GAAP weekend protests on Friday and Saturday, WTOP is reporting. Marion Cory (COL ’10), a Plan… Read More

Chained to the statue of Georgetown’s founder, members of Plan A Hoyas continue protests in front of prospective students

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Updated 8:10 p.m.: After receiving a letter from Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson, the protesters unchained themselves from the statue. Plan A would not release the letter, but said they… Read More