Thanks to Hamburgers and Fries, G.U. Prof Earns Pulitzer
Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain was awarded a Pulitzer Prize last week. She was chosen as this year’s winner in the category of history for her work, “Franchise: The Golden […]
Lume Cube Brings Some Light to Working from Home
Most of us have been working from home for a full year now. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been stuck in some low light situations (hey, the Zoom touch-up […]
What Rocks: Scherzer Keeps on Pitching
To Georgetown University students, it was the biggest day of their young lives, but to Max Scherzer it was just another workday. The Washington Nationals pitcher was spotted practicing on […]
More D.C. Institutions Reopening
On April 23, the Smithsonian Institution announced that it is planning to reopening seven museums and the National Zoo in May.
Local Universities Announce Vaccine Requirement for Fall Semester
Georgetown University will require both undergraduate and graduate students at the main campus, the medical center and the law school to be fully vaccinated.
Ward 2’s Pinto Reads to Kids in Rose Park
The State Board of Education partnered with the DC Public Library and local community organizations to organize the Wednesday-morning event during spring break.
GU Launches Degree Program for Inmates
Georgetown University has begun offering a bachelor’s degree program to about two dozen individuals incarcerated at Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Maryland.
McCourt Donates Another $100 Million to GU
Half of the new gift from Frank H. McCourt Jr. will underwrite financial aid and scholarships and half will be invested in research and faculty at his namesake school of public policy.
Georgetown University to Fully Open This Fall
There are plans for a gradual return this summer, which DeGioia hopes will lead to the eventual restoration of regular on-campus life.
Will Georgetown Get a Public High School?
Among the preliminary ideas is to convert Hardy Middle School at 1819 35th St. NW into a public high school.