eL Seed, self-proclaimed caligraffitist, visits Georgetown

On Wednesday evening, Georgetown welcomed self-proclaimed “caligraffitist” eL Seed to campus. Almost exclusively attended by Arabic majors, eL Seed’s presentation convened in White Gravenor, drawing around 40 students to hear him speak about his work. eL Seed’s art… Read More

Former Mayor of D.C. Adrian Fenty speaks in Lohrfink

Former D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty addressed students Tuesday night in Lohrfink Auditorium about his controversial education reform. Elected in 2006, Fenty is best known for his takeover of the D.C. public school system—bringing it directly under the mayor—and… Read More

Controversial imam to give lecture on campus

The Georgetown University Lecture Fund will be hosting Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the man behind the controversial Park51 mosque. The Park51 mosque, commonly referred to as the Ground Zero mosque, became a controversy this past summer because of… Read More

Woodward speaks on Obama’s War at GU

Tuesday night, Georgetown University Lecture Fund hosted Bob Woodward, The Washington Post reporter and best-selling author who, with Carl Bernstein, broke the Watergate story. Woodward was at Georgetown to discuss his recent book, Obama’s War. In the book,… Read More

Bradley Cooper speaks in Gaston, campus population swoons

Last night, Bradley Cooper (COL ’97) spoke in Gaston Hall. And by “spoke,” we  mean “gracefully dodged cringe-worthy advances from giggling females.” The Hangover star opened up the evening by briefly reminiscing on his three years at Georgetown. (Cooper… Read More