Prefrosh Preview: On-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox is helping you get on top of “news you can use” with an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. You’ve already heard of foolish things former freshman have done. Now,… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to the School of Foreign Service

This week, Vox wanted to give the Class of 2015 a sneak peek into each of Georgetown University’s four undergraduate schools. Today, we take a look at the School of Foreign Service (SFS). A strong core builds a… Read More

Jesuit Community rector signs letter of support for censored journalist

On April 27, Fr. John Langan, S.J., rector of the Jesuit Community at Georgetown, signed a letter supporting Hollman Morris, a Colombian filmmaker and journalist who had been the target of a smear campaign on the part of… Read More

Colombia allegedly pushes US to grant Uribe immunity

Colombian Ambassador Gabriel Luján has requested that the United States grant immunity to former Álvaro Uribe, according to Colombia Reports and La FM. “The request is exceptional, because generally this type of immunity is granted to present heads… Read More

Uribe awarded HACER’s Simón Bolívar Prize

The Hispanic American Center for Economic Research recently awarded former President of Colombia and controversial Georgetown professor Alvaro Uribe its Simón Bolívar Prize. The prize was given to Uribe for “his work on promoting liberty, security and democracy… Read More

Jesuit criticizes Uribe in on-campus presentation

Get the flash player here: Last Thursday, the Jesuit Community invited Fr. Mauricio García Durán, S.J., director of the Center for Research and Popular Education, to assess the legacy of Álvaro Uribe, the former Colombian president and… Read More

This week in the Voice: Judaism at Georgetown

This week in Features, Sean Quigley profiles Rabbi Harold White, who will retire in June, and the state of Georgetown’s Jewish community. “From forging lasting relationships with students and alumni of all faiths to establishing the Program for… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: September 2010

As expected, the first full month of the academic year saw an uptick in crime from the summer lull, bringing the total number of crimes reported to the Department of Public Safety up to 43 for the month…. Read More

Professors submit letter to DeGioia urging Uribe’s dismissal

A letter urging Georgetown to dismiss former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe, signed by over 150 scholars, was allegedly delivered by students to President John DeGioia last Wednesday. According to a press release published by the North American Congress on… Read More

Arrested protester identified as School of Americas Watch activist

The man arrested last Monday during Álvaro Uribe‘s lecture is a field organizer affiliated with School of Americas Watch, according to the National Catholic Reporter. Nicolas Udu-gama, who the Reporter interviewed, stood up as Uribe took questions from… Read More