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After Ossoff loss, a Democratic Party Still Searching for Political Victory

The implications of Republican Karen Handel’s victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff, a Georgetown graduate, in a special election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District are...

Georgetown Works Toward Reconciliation With Slave Descendants

On Tuesday, Georgetown University continued its work toward reconciliation for its involvement in the 1838 sale of 272 slaves with the Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition, and Hope. In addition to the...

Georgetown Alumnus Challenges Trump in Georgia Special Election

Georgetown Alumnus Jon Ossoff won 48.1% of the vote in Tuesday's highly contested race for a Georgia seat in the House of Representatives against...

MUNOZ: Hoya Coverage Favors H*yas For Choice

During the last week of March, H*yas for Choice (HFC) held its annual Choice Week.  The following week, Georgetown Right to Life (RTL) hosted Life...

Hillary Clinton Speaks on Women’s Role in Peacebuilding

On Friday morning, students flocked to Gaston Hall—some having camped out the night before—in order to hear former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton present...

Former Player Threatens Student Over ‘Fire JT3’ Chant

As Georgetown men’s basketball season came to a disappointing close, one of the leaders of the “Fire JT3” movement faced backlash of his own. At the...

GUCR Event Reveals Divide Among Young Republicans

On Wednesday, the Georgetown College Republicans hosted “Being Republican in the Age of Trump,” a conversation about the Trump presidency. The event, moderated by...

Faculty Senate Condemns Trump Immigration Order

On February 15, Georgetown’s Faculty Senate released an official resolution condemning President Trump's executive order on immigration. The statement cited the impact the order will have on Georgetown students, faculty...

In Farewell Address, Obama Urges Americans to Abandon Their ‘Bubbles’

During his farewell address in Chicago, President Obama drew attention to a particularly contentious issue in American society today and one that relates to college campuses...

A Guiding Voice of Principle

In its first year of operation, the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service has brought many conservative leaders to campus to speak about...

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