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CPAC’ing the Heat

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff February 13, 2012

by Beth Garbitelli CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) rolled into town last Thursday,  attracting participants from across the political spectrum. "We bought our own registration tickets...

Sunday Night Wrapup: The End of Occupy?

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy February 6, 2012

by Michelle Cassidy Photo: Flickr user Glyn Lowe Photos Between a Hoya victory, evacuations in McPherson Square and a last-minute win for the New York Giants, this was a decidedly exciting weekend....

Extra! Extra! Reporting on a Protest

By Harvey Hinman November 17, 2011

Though it may be only a small group of protesters based out of a tent city in McPherson Square, the Occupy DC movement has a newspaper. At a modest length of four pages, the first issue of The Occupied...

GU Absent From Occupy DC

By Sarah Kaplan November 14, 2011

While students across the country set up Occupy camps on their campuses, D.C.'s wing of the anti-establishment protest movement has garnered little support from Georgetown students. The cluster...

Occupy DC Movement Swells

By Rita Pearson October 18, 2011

As the Occupy DC movement gains steam more than two weeks after the first protesters headed to McPherson Square, Georgetown students and faculty are being drawn to the movement. Hundreds of people,...

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