An open letter to Olson …

In this week’s feature, I quote from an open letter that four faculty members sent to Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson regarding GU Pride’s abortive protest and the Professors’ role in Georgetown policymaking: It is simply… Read More

Pride marches on Healy, but no one’s home

GU Pride held a press conference/rally in Red Square this afternoon demanding that the administration commit to opening and funding an LGTBQ Resource Center and instituting mandatory LGBTQ diversity training for students, faculty and staff. Pride wants to… Read More

The pen is mightier than the sword…but is the social-networking site mightiest of all?

So, everyone on campus—or at least everyone who works for the Voice—is waiting with bated breath to see whether or not Jack DeGioia will deign to speak at GU Pride’s Coming Out Week forum tomorrow night. The prez… Read More

Hate Crime Update

The latest news about the bias-related incident that spurred Monday’s campus rally: The as-yet-unidentified victim found alleged assailant Philip Cooney (MSB ’10) not just on Facebook, but also in an MPD photo line-up. Here’s Sam Sweeney’s web exclusive…. Read More

What ever happened to “innocent until proven guilty”?

Look, I don’t want to be “that guy”, but how are we all forgetting what happened at Duke University last fall? I shouldn’t have to remind anyone about that case, but I will. Three innocent students were prematurely… Read More

Georgetown students rally against hate crimes

GU Pride held a rally in Red Square today in response to the hate crime allegedly committed by a Georgetown student in early September. Thursday’s Voice will have more coverage of the rally, as well as any developments… Read More

Georgetown student arrested for hate crime

Metropolitan Police arrested Georgetown student Phillip Cooney Wednesday in connection with an anti-gay hate crime, according to police chief Kathy Lanier. According to the MSNBC article, on the September 9th a gang of men yelling homophobic insults attacked… Read More