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Former Georgetown Tennis Coach Sentenced to 2½ Years in Admissions Scandal

Former Georgetown Tennis Coach Sentenced to 2½ Years in Admissions Scandal

By Annie Kane July 26, 2022

Former Georgetown University tennis head coach Gordon Ernst was sentenced to more than two years in prison for his involvement in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal.  Ernst pleaded guilty...

JACK EVANS WARD 2 Council Member Evans has been stripped of certain responsibilities, but remains on the council. Many have called for his resignation.

DC Council Reprimands Jack Evans over Code of Conduct Violation

By Yolanda Spura March 20, 2019

Washington, D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) was reprimanded by a council vote after using his government email to solicit corporate deals March 19. Beyond the reprimand, D.C. Council Chair...

DAVID GROSSO
District of Columbia Public Schools released private information about students experiencing homelessness on the D.C. Council’s website, which is associated with Councilmember David Grosso (I-At Large)

Students’ Private Information Published on DC Council Website

By Elizabeth Douglas September 14, 2018

Washington, D.C.’s public school authority mistakenly posted the personal information of 2,000 students experiencing homelessness on a website run by the D.C. Council, where the data remained for seven...

The Very Best of D.C. TV

The Very Best of D.C. TV

By Laura Bell and Laura Bell April 16, 2018

Get #hype, Hoyas, because Hollywood is coming to Georgetown! Kind of. On April 17th, Joshua Malina and Bradley Whitford, former stars of the television classic The West Wing, will be making an appearance...

AUERBACH: Baylor Scandal Sheds Light on Enabling Culture

AUERBACH: Baylor Scandal Sheds Light on Enabling Culture

By Madeline Auerbach June 10, 2016

In the fall of 2015, Baylor University hired a law firm called Pepper Hamilton to investigate claims of sexual assault dating back to 2013 and evaluate the effectiveness of the university’s response...

What Rape at UVA and Domestic Abuse in the NFL Tell Us About Greed and Society

By Laura Wagner December 3, 2014

On Wednesday Nov. 19, a widely circulated Rolling Stone article told the story of a University of Virginia student’s brutal gang rape in a fraternity house. On Wednesday Nov. 19, the NBA suspended the...

The Ultimate Ben & Jerry’s and Netflix Pairing Menu

The Ultimate Ben & Jerry’s and Netflix Pairing Menu

By Meg Lizza and Meg Lizza November 21, 2014

There are many things that go hand in hand without need for explanation. Football and Thanksgiving, Lau 2 and procrastination, Burnett’s and regrets, winter and leggings, Leo’s and sickness, Rhino...

Own It Summit Garners Prominent Supporters

By Molly Simio April 8, 2014

Georgetown University Women in Leadership, a club founded by two current sophomores, is only in its second year on campus. Yet, the young student group has already partnered with the Office of the President...

5 Reasons Georgetown Students Really Are Olivia Pope

5 Reasons Georgetown Students Really Are Olivia Pope

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein February 24, 2014

As every TV-addicted Hoya should know, "Scandal" returns this week. I know, I know ... try to contain your excitement. I do not know what it is about this show, but I am addicted. Really, really addicted....

Whos Your TV Character Valentine?

Who’s Your TV Character Valentine?

By Harper Weissburg and Harper Weissburg February 13, 2014

Sometimes fake people are better than real people. When that happens, you sometimes find yourself hopelessly devoted to a TV character. 4E wants you to know that it is OK for that to happen, and in fact,...

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: Christies Jam Recipe

Poli Sci for the Average Guy: Christie’s Jam Recipe

By Harper Weissburg and Harper Weissburg January 9, 2014

Chris Christie, the (usually) reputable, Republican Governor of New Jersey (and likely 2016 presidential candidate) has found himself in a bit of a jam. What did he do? We're actually not entirely sure....

Media Cite Scheuer for Assassination Endorsement

By Mallika Sen January 5, 2014

Michael Scheuer, an adjunct professor in the School of Foreign Service, has been subject to a spate of media attention this past week following a self-published column that appeared to endorse the assassinations...

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