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Demonstrators Address Demands to University

By Ashwin Puri November 13, 2015

"What do we want? Justice. When do we want it? Now." Black student activists led around 250 students, faculty and community members in a demonstration in Red Square last night to express solidarity with...

Georgetown, Jesuits, Slaveholding

By David J. Collins, S.J. February 9, 2015

The Hoya has run a series of pieces about the relationship of the university in its early years to slavery. The two columns by Matthew Quallen and another by Suzanne Monyak are thoughtful examples of a...

QUALLEN: When the Jesuits Stole Our Fire

QUALLEN: When the Jesuits Stole Our Fire

By Matthew Quallen November 7, 2014

By now, it has become cliche to invoke Georgetown’s Jesuit identity across virtually every category of university policy. “Georgetown University, as a Catholic and Jesuit institution, is committed...

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