Memorial collage for lives lost to police brutality torn down twice in Red Square

On Wednesday night, a memorial collage comprised of photos of the black and brown lives lost to police violence, quotes, and law enforcement statistics was torn down twice in Red Square. Members of the Georgetown University Black Leadership… Read More

GU Pride celebrates Coming Out Day in Red Square

As part of OUTober, GU Pride hosted its annual Coming Out Day celebration in Red Square today. LGBTQ and ally Hoyas wore “I Am” shirts and came out through a mock closet door set up in the Square…. Read More


Free speech panel faces tough questions from marginalized groups

The GUSA executive and the Georgetown University Speech and Expression Committee held a forum on free speech titled “Free Speech in the Digital Age: Are There Boundaries?” in the Lohrfink Auditorium last night. The panel consisted of GUSA… Read More

Students protest GU’s “institutional racism” in Red Square

From 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. today, a group of six students held firm ground in Red Square. “Georgetown is Institutionally Racist,” one of their signs read. Another sign listed the percentages of students on campus of different races,… Read More

UPDATED: GUSA dismayed over missing posters in Red Square

UPDATED POST: By Thursday morning, GUSA replaced the poster in Red Square with a handwritten version [pictured left] for students to continue signing. Previous Post: On Tuesday morning, students noticed that posters mounted in Red Square by the Georgetown University… Read More

Free Food-for-All: All Hallow’s noms

Spooky, sweet treats As we all know, Halloween is the holiday of fright, fun, and everything sweet. But even the spookiest of holidays won’t always satiate our artistic side. If you’re looking for another creative outfit after pulling… Read More