An Epiphany: Small Church, Hidden in Plain Sight  

December 6, 2023

“People tell me they have passed by Epiphany Church dozens of times but didn’t know it was an active church,” Rev. Stefan Megyery (aka Father Stefan) told The Georgetowner last […]

Students, Faculty Petition to End GU Legacy Admissions

September 11, 2023

Choosing a freshman class at one of Washington, D.C.’s elite colleges just got a whole lot harder this summer.  In June, as expected, the U.S. Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional […]

Life in Plastic Is Fantastic: Why I Can’t Wait to See the New Barbie Movie 

July 20, 2023

I’m not ashamed to admit it. I’ve spent the better part of the last four months defending the movie “Barbie” to my coworkers at The Georgetowner. Our editor-in-chief and managing […]

Rex Carnegie: Putting Together the Ideal Learning Experience on the C&O Canal

June 1, 2023

Imagine the perfect learning experience. All the senses engaged in hands-on activities. A sense of awe and wonder nurtured in deep discussions with critical thinking skills sharpened. Deep social historical […]

Landmark Lecture: Museum J.E.D.I. The Intersection of Museums & Social Justice

February 9, 2023

Join Omar Eaton-Martinez, host of the Museum J.E.D.I. (Justice. Equity. Diversity. Inclusion) podcast who will discuss his work bringing diversity and inclusion to museums and cultural institutions. Museum J.E.D.I podcasts […]

Portrait of a Visionary: Maya Lin 

September 14, 2022

There aren’t many artists in the last 50 years who will have more impact on the world than Maya Lin. I’m not talking about the “art world” — that ill-defined […]

Women Leaders: Dorothy Kosinski, Director of The Phillips Collection

April 11, 2022

Our spring arts preview featured 20 women cultural leaders in Washington, D.C. We wanted to amplify their voices in our online newsletters, spotlighting each of them individually. Our Monday April […]

Dori Desautel Broudy: Works Designed to Elicit a Smile

June 3, 2021

Sponsored Post   Dori Desautel Broudy first began simultaneously drawing and narrating stories as a little girl. She often created stories about activities she participated in like dance, soccer and […]

Copeland Brings Art and Diversity to ‘Swan Lake’ at Wolf Trap

July 15, 2019

The moment she fluttered on the stage, the crowd erupted in applause, a rare occurrence at a ballet. Indeed, not many ballerinas are recognizable, but at Wolf Trap last weekend, […]