In Retrospect: Georgetown and its History of Slavery

Ngoc Nguyen and Iman Ismail

November 30, 2019

  Melisande Short Colomb (Meli) talking about the sale of 272 slaves by Georgetown in 1838.   2019 marks the 100th anniversary of Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service. More importantly, 2019 is also the 40...

Letter from the Title IX Student Committee to the Georgetown Community

April 24, 2019

Dear Georgetown community,   Recently, a number of posters have been placed in the Red Square in order to raise awareness about the issue of sexual harassment and assault in Georgetown Qatar. The campaign aimed to educate stude...

Tourists’ Visa-Free Arrival Incentivizes Foreigners to Look for Jobs in Qatar

March 17, 2019

Anonymous On August 9, 2017, Qatar waived the entry visa requirements for 80 countries. Citizens of those countries who wishes to visit Qatar for certain amount of days (included in their terms and conditions) no longer nee...

Understanding the US-China Trade War

January 20, 2019

Jonah Samuel In recent months, China and the United States have been all over the news due to drastic changes in the trading relationship between the two superpowers; the tensions between the two nations have grown and the two s...

Cultural Contexts of Free Speech

November 7, 2018

 Ian Almond is Professor of World Literature at Georgetown University   ICYMI-- Georgetown was set to have a debate on 9th October, but due to increased security concerns the debate was cancelled. Although the debate received criticism fro...