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GU Accepts 80 Students From Waitlist

By Penny Hung August 8, 2013

Eighty waitlisted students were offered admission to Georgetown this year, and 72 have submitted deposits for the fall semester. Fifty waitlisted students were originally accepted in mid-May; of...

Partnership Equips Lombardi Cancer Center to Weather Health System Changes

By Emma Iannini April 16, 2013

As part of its effort to expand collaborative research opportunities, the Georgetown University Medical Center’s Lombardi Cancer Center announced a joint partnership with the John Theurer Cancer Center...

In Marriage Equality Case, Justice Kennedy Must Step Up

By Josh Zeitlin April 6, 2013

The legal and moral arguments for same-sex marriage nationwide are clear. On March 26, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Hollingsworth vs. Perry, better known as the case regarding California’s...

Columnist Examines Poverty in Black America

By Molly DePippo April 5, 2013

Former New York Times columnist Bob Herbert called for increased attention to poverty facing black America in a lecture Thursday evening. Sponsored by the Georgetown University Library Associates and...

World Bank President Calls for Action on Poverty

By Meghan Patzer April 5, 2013

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim presented a bold vision for the end of global poverty in Gaston Hall Tuesday afternoon. “We now have the opportunity to rid the world of the stain of global poverty...

Lannan Symposium Examines Perceptions of America

By Emily Brown April 5, 2013

Bringing together writers and artists from around the world, the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practices held its seventh Spring Symposium and Literary Festival April 2 and 3. The symposium...

Georgetown Chapter Holds APO Conference

By Carly Graf March 26, 2013

More than 200 Alpha Phi Omega members from 12 universities attended the annual APO Sectionals Conference, held this year on March 23 at Georgetown, to discuss service issues and leadership strategies. This...

Professor Discusses Mediterranean’s World Influence

By Andrew Wilson March 23, 2013

Edmund Burke III, a research professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz, analyzed the significance of the Mediterranean’s geographic location in the development of the region during the...

Neighbors Disagree on Wisconsin Avenue Project

By Ted Murphy March 14, 2013

The Wisconsin Avenue Streetscape Project was hotly debated at the March monthly meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E last Monday. The District of Columbia Department of Transportation...

NAACP President Emphasizes Social Justice

By Drew Cunningham March 13, 2013

Benjamin Todd Jealous, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, called for the Millennial generation to advance the cause of social justice during an event in...

Epicurean Owner Pleads Guilty in Criminal Case

By Penny Hung March 13, 2013

Epicurean and Co. proprietor Chang Wook Chon pled guilty to the charge of criminal contempt for violating a court order issued during a civil lawsuit in a status hearing March 7. According to the...

Benedict Leaves Papacy, Vacancy Remains

By Drew Cunningham March 5, 2013

Pope Benedict XVI officially stepped down as pontiff and became Pope Emeritus of the Roman Catholic Church Feb. 28 after announcing that he would leave his position Feb. 11. The pope’s resignation...

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