Secret Service crashes car into White House barricade

The Department of Homeland Security is investing a report that two Secret Service members drunkenly ran into a barricade in front of the White House on March 4th, said White House officials Wednesday. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the… Read More


Vatican actually taking Blatty petition seriously, pledges to review its grievances

Update (2:15 p.m.) In response to a request for comment, University Director of Media Relations Rachel Pugh wrote in an email to Vox that Georgetown has received no formal correspondence from the Vatican, the Archdiocese of Washington, or the Society… Read More

Speakergate: GUSA Constitutional Council to open inquiry on Senate speaker election

On Friday afternoon, the GUSA Constitutional Council voted to unanimously accept Ethan Chess’ (COL ’14) petition concerning the events of the Jan. 12 Senate meeting. Senators had voted against approving Vice Speaker Sam Greco (SFS ’15) to assume to speakership. Instead,… Read More

Anonymous tipster reveals identities of several members of the Stewards

Update, 4:05 pm: In an email statement to Vox, GUSA vice presidential candidate Adam Ramadan (SFS’ 14) admitted to being a member of an undisclosed secret society at Georgetown that is unaffiliated with the Second Society of Stewards… Read More

GW bumped from 51 to “unranked” in U.S. News for inflating data

Take a look at the U.S. News & World Report website today, and you’ll no longer see a ranking number for our neighbors at George Washington University. In previous years at 51st place, now GW is “unranked” on… Read More

GW exposed for inflating class ranking of incoming students

Last Thursday, The Washington Post ran an article revealing that George Washington University has been inflating the class rank data of its incoming students, due to a flaw in its reporting system dating back more than a decade. The… Read More