Take Back the Night Week promotes awareness about sexual violence on-campus

Georgetown University Take Back The Night (GUTBTN), a student advocacy group committed to the fight against gendered violence, is hosting a week of engaging events and activities as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. A powerful event titled… Read More

Georgetown student athletes featured in new video for It’s On Us campaign

Georgetown students Gabriela Elvina (COL’17), Megan Schmidt (COL’15), and Brett Treacy (MSB’15) produced a video featuring Georgetown student athletes to raise awareness about sexual assault. The video is set to debut tonight at halftime during the Georgetown-Kansas men’s… Read More


A Shot Against Sexual Assault promotes positive message about consent

In recent weeks, a new project known as “A Shot Against Sexual Assault” has had an increasing presence on social media to introduce a positive message to the college party scene and encourage discourse about sexual assault. The… Read More


GUSA releases suggestions for improved policies surrounding sexual assault

GUSA publicly released a document over the weekend showing support for the new White House Sexual Assault Initiatives, which also offered its own suggestions for improved prevention policies here on Georgetown’s campus. The press release states that GUSA “continues to… Read More


Men Can Stop Rape workshop provides for open discussion on sexual assault and masculinity

Jared Watkins (COL ’11), the Development Coordinator of the D.C. non-profit group Men Can Stop Rape, led an interactive discussion Thursday night on perceptions of sexual assault and rape in today’s society in White-Gravenor. While the event was… Read More