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Former ADL Director Attributes Rise in Anti-Semitism to Trump

By Alexandra Bowman October 15, 2018

President Donald Trump’s election in 2016 inspired a growth of anti-Semitism, said American Defamation League National Director Emeritus and Holocaust survivor Abraham Foxman at an event Oct. 10 in the...

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Law Center Files Defamation Suit Against Alex Jones, InfoWars

By Karena Landler March 16, 2018

The Georgetown University Law Center Civil Rights Clinic is suing right-wing commentator and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for defamation on behalf of a man who posted footage online of white nationalist...

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Free Speech Project Panel on Charlottesville Probes Bounds of Expression

By Jesus Rodriguez November 2, 2017

The line is blurred between free speech and speech that is harmful or violent enough to be curtailed, according to four experts at a Georgetown University Free Speech Project panel Monday. Speaking...

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This statue of Confederate Gen. Albert Pike in Judiciary Square has been the center of D.C. leaders’ criticism. City officials have called on the National Park Service to remove it.

Council Considers Memorials to Minorities, Women

By Christian Paz September 29, 2017

  A bill proposing the construction of monuments to honor native Washingtonian women and people of color in each of Washington, D.C.’s eight wards will move forward to a public hearing on...

Interreligious Dialogue Key After Charlottesville, Religious Leaders Say

By Megan Carey September 21, 2017

Open dialogue and intercultural engagement can mend social flaws exposed by last month’s events in Charlottesville, Va., argued campus religious leaders at a series of panels hosted in Gaston Hall on...

EDITORIAL: Preserving the Free Exchange of Ideas

By Editorial Board September 1, 2017

Last month’s chaos in Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia a mere few hours away, captured headlines long after the protests ended and the streets cleared. The rally and its aftermath...

Where will you be this Saturday?

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff April 25, 2012

This weekend is sort of like a choose-your-own-adventure book (remember those?). It starts with a fabulous introduction, in the form of all-out Georgetown Day celebration and the second part is up to...

Hoyas Win Three Flights

By Steven Keithley October 15, 2010

In their second tournament of the season, the Georgetown men's tennis team claimed three flight championships at the Navy Gold Invitational in Annapolis, Md. Junior Brian Ward and freshman Casey Distaso...

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