Lone protester interrupts first-ever Muslim prayer service at National Cathedral

Remember when religious protesters told Vox that she was going to hell? It’s not only Georgetown’s front gates that are filled with loud mouths denouncing others’ religious views, but the National Cathedral as well. Well, at least one loud-mouthed… Read More


GU Fossil Free holds rally to push divestment proposal

GU Fossil Free is tired of the waiting and tired of the back-and-forth. At a rally held earlier today outside of McShain Lounge, GU Fossil Free and its supporters shouted out their support for Georgetown to move forward… Read More


Humorous banner protests Reiss Walkway closure

Last night an unknown person or group of people decided to take matters into their own hands and tear down the wall blocking off the Reiss Walkway. It was more of a figurative tearing down, however, because the… Read More


IMF Managing Director visits Georgetown before annual meeting

On Thursday morning, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde called on America and other nations to overcome growth stagnation in the global economy. This comes a week before the World Bank Group-IMF annual meeting in D.C…. Read More


145 arrested at White House for immigration reform protest

145 people were arrested on Thursday outside of the White House, where protesters called on President Obama to take action to stop deportations and to provide relief for immigrant families. The organizations Casa de Maryland and Casa de Virginia… Read More

Students protest GU’s “institutional racism” in Red Square

From 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. today, a group of six students held firm ground in Red Square. “Georgetown is Institutionally Racist,” one of their signs read. Another sign listed the percentages of students on campus of different races,… Read More

Small group of pro-life Catholics protest Sebelius’s lecture at GPPI

  Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer   This morning, an informal gathering of about 10-15 pro-life protesters set up shop on Georgetown’s campus. Kathleen Sebelius, Health and Human Services Secretary, spoke to the Georgetown Public Policy Institute… Read More

UC students charged for shouting down Ambassador Michael Oren

Last February, Michael Oren, the Israeli ambassador to the United States was repeatedly shouted down as he attempted to give a speech at the University of California-Irvine. Prior to accepting his position as ambassador, Oren was a faculty… Read More

Grad student helps organize protest at Egyptian embassy

Around noon on Saturday several hundred people gathered at the Egyptian embassy to show solidarity with the anti-government protesters in Egypt. The organizer, Mohammad Abdeljaber, is a third-year graduate student in the Department of Arab and Islamic Studies. … Read More

Students organize flash protest against recent anti-gay hate crimes

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer About 70 students met in Red Square this afternoon for a flash protest against the recent anti-gay hate crimes. The rally was organized by Carter Lavin (SFS ’10), a supporter of LGBTQ… Read More