At the Walter E Washington Convention Center

Ms. Smith comes to Washington: D.C.’s matriarchy matters

The District of Columbia has officially leaned in. On January 5, Petula Dvorak, a columnist at the Washington Post, noted that the inauguration of newly elected District Mayor Muriel Bowser marks the beginning of a new era of… Read More


New club seeks to create community for female coders

GU Women Who Code held their first meeting Thursday in a crowded St. Mary’s classroom. Co-founders Lisa Davis, Georgetown’s Chief Information Officer, and Lisa Singh, Associate Computer Science Professor, introduced over 100 women to their club. Davis and Singh expressed their… Read More

Berkley Center Research Fellow suggests that Christianity uplifts India’s impoverished women

During Georgetown’s Christianity and Freedom conference held in Rome on Dec. 13-14, Rebecca Shah, a research fellow at the Berkley Center, suggested in a pilot study that Indian Dalit women who have converted to Christianity enjoy a higher standard… Read More

Lackluster offense leaves women’s field hockey with a rocky start

On Sunday, the Georgetown women’s field hockey team (0-5) (0-0 Big East) lost to Lock Haven (4-1) (0-0 PSAC) by a score of 5 – 0 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. Lock Haven got off to a quick start,… Read More

Where my ladies at?: Past GUSA races include few women

The students who will answer the invitation to run in the GUSA Presidential election—slated to take place on February 24 after campaigning begins next month—will likely be a diverse bunch. In the past years there have been Presidential… Read More