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RIVERS: Confront Racial Bias in Prison Populations

By Grace Rivers November 3, 2022

The United States boasts the world’s largest prison population and high rates of wrongful convictions and recidivism, or the reoffense of ex-convicts. These statistics elicit every sentiment but pride.  The...

CARNES: Finding Civic Duty In Reconciliation

CARNES: Finding Civic Duty In Reconciliation

By Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J. November 11, 2016

During my Sunday morning run, the words of the scrawled graffiti script leapt out at me: “The revolution will not be Snapchatted!” It was a jarring proclamation, and it shocked me out of the nervous...

Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Georgetown Grad Student

By Kristen Fedor May 29, 2015

The former George Washington graduate student convicted of killing Georgetown University Law Center student Mark Waugh was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday. A Montgomery County jury convicted...

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Breaking Ice And Finding Home

By Christopher Holshouser April 9, 2015

GAAP Weekend 2014: raining, cold, disgusting. A five-and-a-half hour car ride turned inexplicably into seven. All of the pieces for a terrible experience at Georgetown had aligned in some sort of cosmic...

Janet Zhu

Finding Success, Keeping My Sanity

By Katie DuBois August 29, 2014

  I remember the first time I visited Georgetown. It was the summer before my senior year of high school, and the campus was flooded with the incoming Class of 2014. There was so much life...

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