Jesuit criticizes Uribe in on-campus presentation

Get the flash player here: Last Thursday, the Jesuit Community invited Fr. Mauricio García Durán, S.J., director of the Center for Research and Popular Education, to assess the legacy of Álvaro Uribe, the former Colombian president and… Read More

You must be this pious to ride: Fire on Jesuit golf cart leads to restrictions

We’ll admit it—we love spotting Jack the Bulldog riding around campus in a golf cart with his buddy, Fr. Christopher Steck. For a short time this week, however, it looked like Jack lost his cart privileges. “Bad news… Read More

Georgetown Jesuits’ Plan for a “Distinctive Education”

It might be tough to consider the abstract merits of Georgetown’s curriculum this week—you’ve got papers to write and tests to take, after all. But, that’s not stopping some Jesuits who recently released (…hold on, Vox is taking… Read More

Catholic student groups respond to H*yas for Choice and United Feminists

H*yas for Choice and United Feminists’ announcement that they were undertaking a joint campaign to pressure Georgetown into changing its reproductive rights policies has upset or confounded a number of students. Now, members of several Catholic groups on… Read More

Georgetown professor Father John Witek, 76, passed away Sunday morning

February 2, 8:53 p.m.: Reverend John Langan, the Rector of the Georgetown Jesuit community, has sent out an e-mail explaining that Witek passed away at 76 years old after struggling with cancer for several years. “The funeral Mass… Read More

Best of Vatican Assassins’ Georgetown conspiracy theories from 2009

It all adds up! Who knew that Georgetown’s administrators, professors, and graduates had so much power and influence? Vox has been following VaticanAssassins.Org, a Jesuit conspiracy theory website, with great amusement for a while now. The website’s editor,… Read More

Father King remembered at 11:15 Mass; funeral to be held Saturday

About 50 students, alumni and other members of the Georgetown community attended Tuesday evening’s impromptu 11:15 p.m. Mass in honor of Father Thomas King. Father King, who passed away earlier that evening, was renown on campus for hosting… Read More

RIP Father Thomas King, 1929-2009

This evening, Father Thomas King, S.J. passed away at 80. According to Voice photographer Helen Burton (COL `11), he is rumored to have died of a heart attack. Representatives from the Office of Communications could not be reached… Read More

Phew! Georgetown not the only black sheep in the herd

Georgetown’s Sex Positive Week garnered a lot of attention, some of that being Catholic ire. Coupled with the vandalism of the statue of the Virgin Mary, Sex Positive Week led the Catholic blogosphere (oh, it exists) to blast… Read More

Photo of the Week: Bump, set, genuflect!