Award-winning documentary Red Lines depicts democratization attempts in Syria

Last evening in White Gravenor, Mouaz Moustafa, executive director of the Syrian Emergency Task Force, and Andrea Kalin—in conjunction with the Georgetown University Lecture Fund—presented and discussed the award-winning documentary Red Lines, a historical piece that began filming… 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

Lock your doors and hide your conservative friends, Michael Moore is coming!

As a major university in a political hub, Georgetown gets its fair share of noteworthy speakers—from the campus community sweating over Bradley Cooper to a very short-notice drop-in from the President this past spring. And this weekend, the… Read More

Georgetown alum speaks on Harry Potter, college experience

Last night, Melissa Anelli (COL ’01), webmistress of the popular Harry Potter fansite The Leaky Cauldron and author of Harry, A History, spoke to students and fans alike about her rise on the internet, the wizarding world of… Read More