GU College Republicans weigh-in on mayoral race

Washington, D.C. is so Democrat that the Republican Party has chosen not to bother with putting up a candidate for the Nov. 4 mayoral election. The Georgetown College Republicans may find solace in two of the race’s slightly more… Read More

House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy delivers talk in the face of student protest

Last Wedensday, the Georgetown University College Republicans and the Georgetown University Office of Federal Relations hosted a talk delivered by House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy. McCarthy, a Republican from California, was at times both insightful and  funny in his… Read More

Former Gov. Jon Huntsman talks politics and America’s future

On Wednesday night,  Jon Huntsman, the former governor of Utah and ambassador to China, addressed a large crowd of Georgetown students in Lohrfink Auditorium. The College Republicans, along with the Lecture Fund and the Chinese Student Alliance, hosted the… Read More

David Frum on modernizing the Republican Party

David Frum, a Republican strategist and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, addressed the Georgetown University College Republicans last night in St. Mary’s Hall. Frum’s discussion centered on what the Republican party must learn from its defeat… Read More

Small group of “concerned students” stage protest at foreign policy debate

Before Monday night’s debate watch in Lohrfink, attendees were handed curious pamphlets before the event, filled with pictures of the “victims of American imperialism,” Howard Zinn quotes, and military spending statistics. The pamphlet was the beginning of a student… Read More

GU hosts bi-partisan debate between Democrat and Republican Congressmen

Yesterday evening, the Georgetown University College Democrats and College Republicans hosted Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz (UT-3) and Democrat Congressman Russ Carnahan (MO-3) at a surrogate debate in view of the upcoming presidential elections. In the opening remarks, Joe… Read More

Ann Coulter speaks in Lohrfink, hilarity and confusion ensue

Ann Coulter, conservative commentator and fierce opponent of all things left-wing, brought both praise and protest to Georgetown University on the evening of October 20. Greeted by a full house in the Hariri Building’s Lohrfink Auditorium, Coulter’s presence… Read More

GU panel discusses gay marriage from Catholic perspective

The Georgetown University College Democrats and College Republicans came together on Wednesday evening to co-host “A Catholic Family Discussion on LGBT Issues”. College Democrats member Hannah Lomax-Vogt, College Republicans member Joe Knowles, National Organization on Marriage spokesperson Maggie… Read More

Free Food-for-All: A political battle for our stomachs

Although you’ve already voted (we hope), you can still exercise your right to choose between Georgetown’s sparring election night watch parties and their promises of food. Conservative chow-down The GU College Republicans are holding a “Remember November” watch… Read More

Conservatives speak at Georgetown, air out relationship problems

Earlier this month, the Lecture Fund and Georgetown College Republicans hosted a book panel to discuss columnist Jonah Goldberg‘s Proud to be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation, a collection of political essays. Todd Seavey and Helen… Read More