Updated: Interior of Dahlgren Chapel vandalized overnight

Update, 5:15 pm: According to Fr. Kevin O’Brien, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, the crucifix was damaged in a minor way, though it did not constitute “desecration,” which is property damage with intent to religiously offend…. Read More

GUSA candidates react to vandalism of Red Square flag poster

Last night, the large American flag turned campaign poster that the Malkerson-Cleary ticket put up in Red Square was vandalized with the words “U.S. WANTED FOR MURDER!” The Department of Public Safety classified the incident as vandalism, and… Read More

Public Safety Alert: Bias related graffiti found in New Research Building

Earlier this evening, the Department of Public Safety reported that bias related graffiti had been found in a men’s bathroom stall in the New Research Building. According to the report, the defacement contained “racial, anti-Semitic, and anti-religious remarks,”… Read More

GoCard machine stolen from Henle laundry room

A GoCard machine used for operating laundry facilities in Henle Village was stolen between midnight and 9 a.m. on Tuesday.  Denise Fung, area coordinator for Henle, emailed residents on Wednesday informing them that the community will likely be… Read More

Vandals damage O Street townhouse, students yet to be blamed

Last Saturday, a fence surrounding a townhouse on the 3200 block of O Street was vandalized, according to a post on the Georgetown listserv. This is about when we figured that the poster, Robert Laycock, would accuse Georgetown… Read More

Rope found in Healy sub-basement not a noose

The rope found this week hanging in a Healy Hall sub-basement was not a noose, according to Associate Vice President for Communications Julie Green Bataille. “[N]ew details have come to light that lead us to believe the rope… Read More

Racist graffiti, vandalism, and “possible noose” found near Georgetown tunnels

11:50 a.m. update: This morning, a University official told local television news outlets that the rope has been identified as a piece of climbing equipment, not a noose. The official also confirmed that the graffiti was not a… Read More

Windows smashed on 36th Street

Several windows of businesses on 36th Street, including Wisemiller’s Grill’s, were smashed at 1:55 a.m. this morning, according to Department of Public Safety Officer Hariri. As you can see in the photo, the window on the door to… Read More

Georgetown American Apparel threatened over “Legalize Gay” T-shirts

Yesterday morning the American Apparel store on M St. received a call threatening to break their windows if they didn’t remove the “Legalize Gay” T-shirts displayed there, according to Washington City Paper‘s The Sexist blog: Around 10:30 a.m.,… Read More

Georgetown’s failure to address Friday’s reported rape is unacceptable

Editor’s Note: The following is personal commentary about the University’s treatment of last Friday’s reported rape. It should not be taken as objective coverage of the incident or the editorial position of the Voice as a whole. Last… Read More