2010 Elections: Hoyas in the House (and Senate)

Yesterday, while all the political junkies were waiting anxiously for the polls to close, Vox highlighted the tossup and leaning races that featured Georgetown alumni. Today, we’ve got the results of yesterday’s elections and how Hoyas fared. Race… Read More

2010 Election Preview: Hoyas to watch

Do you consider yourself a political geek and a Georgetown super-fan? If so, we’re here to help. To celebrate Election Day, we tracked down all of the close races that involve Georgetown alumni; four Hoyas are deadlocked in… Read More

Following national trend, most GU employees support Democrats

In a recent study of university employees’ political donations, the Center for Responsive Politics concluded that American colleges generally support Democrats. When a college does favor Republicans, it tends to donate much less money. “Democrats are the primary… Read More

Eleanor Holmes Norton speaks at Georgetown: “The fight is on, bring it on.”

Although she opened her speech quietly and in a strained voice Monday night in Georgetown University’s ICC Auditorium, Eleanor Holmes Norton was soon speaking loudly and passionately about the defining issue of her nine Congressional terms: voting rights… Read More

Frum and Shrum hit Gaston, Frum says don’t donate to McCain.

David Frum Political commentators David Frum and Bob Shrum (COL ’65) appeared at Gaston Hall tonight to discuss the “issues and implications” of the Presidential election.  SFS Professor Jacques Berlinerblau moderated the discussion. Frum, a leading conservative thinker,… Read More