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GU Fraternity Brother Accused of Misusing Nonprofit Money

GU Fraternity Brother Accused of Misusing Nonprofit Money

By Nina Raj and Michelle Vassilev December 5, 2022

A Georgetown University graduate and officer of the Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE) fraternity is expected to go to trial in 2023 for misusing public benefit funds intended for School of Foreign Service (SFS)...

DC Councilmembers Continue Call for Jack Evans Resignation

DC Councilmembers Continue Call for Jack Evans’ Resignation

By Clara Grudberg November 15, 2019

Nine members of the Council of the District of Columbia are calling for the resignation of Councilmember Jack Evans (D-Ward 2), after the release of a report Nov. 4 detailing 11 ethics violations by the...

Persona Non Grata

Persona Non Grata

By Dennis Deletant October 9, 2015

A deep commitment to democracy and a devotion to the Greek Catholic Church are features of the activity of the Romanian diplomat, writer, philanthropist and politician Ion Ratiu (1917-2000). Guided by...

Muriel Bowser for DC Mayor

Muriel Bowser for DC Mayor

By The Editorial Board March 25, 2014

The city of Washington, D.C., looks undeniably different today than it did 20 years ago. A growing Metro system, a shrinking unemployment rate, a sharp decrease in violent crime and a revitalized downtown...

Fifteen Shades of Gray

Fifteen Shades of Gray

By KP and KP December 8, 2013

With only one month remaining until the candidate submission deadline, Vincent Gray has announced his entry into the upcoming D.C. mayoral race. Gray, who is currently serving as mayor of D.C., will...

STIRRETT: Mending DC Government

By Scott Stirrett March 22, 2012

Bar none, the District of Columbia’s greatest failing over the past few decades has come from a stunning lack of political leadership. D.C. Councilman Marion Barry’s antics, from drug abuse to alleged...

Councilmembers Subpoenaed

By Zosia Dunn March 20, 2012

Several D.C. council members were subpoenaed last week as part of a U.S. Attorney’s Office investigation into campaign contributions by prominent D.C. businessman Jeffrey Thompson. Thompson, who has...

BCS System Rife With Corruption

By Photo Editor October 14, 2011

The Bowl Championship Series has a long history of sparking some of the most vicious arguments between college football fans during bowl season. It relies on a bizarre methodology that combines data from...

Barry Cripples D.C. Council Credibility

By The Editorial Board March 4, 2010

Following years of suspect and uncouth behavior, former Washington mayor and Councilmember Marion Barry (D-Ward 8) has finally been rebuked by the D.C. Council. The council voted Tuesday, March 2, to censure...

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