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CSJ Awards Two Students Erica Pincus Scholarships

CSJ Awards Two Students Erica Pincus Scholarships

By Evie Steele March 24, 2023

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service (CSJ) awarded Sarah Tyree (CAS ’24) and Miray Samuel (CAS ’25) on March 15 the Legacy of Erica Pincus scholarship, centered on community...

SCS to Offer Scholarships For Federal Employees

By Jeff Cirillo March 21, 2017

The Georgetown School of Continuing Studies finalized a partnership with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management to provide scholarship benefits to current federal employees, the university announced in...

Costs of Unpaid Work

By Editorial Board May 20, 2016

One of the great attributes of Georgetown is its proximity to Washington, D.C., a city filled with diversity and opportunity. Many students find employment opportunities over the summer in forms of internships...

No to Divestment and Meaningless Solutions

By Deep Dheri November 10, 2015

Climate change is a real problem. Most people underestimate the consequences if human contributions are left unaddressed over the coming decades, but divestment is the wrong solution. Advocates typically...

Capital Campaign Hits $1.5B Target

By Ashwin Puri September 11, 2015

The university’s capital campaign, "For Generations to Come: The Campaign for Georgetown," has passed its goal of $1.5 billion, nearly a year ahead of schedule. University President John J. DeGioia...

IPPOLITO: NCAA Rules Improve Fairness

By Michael Ippolito January 23, 2015

For much of 2014, the NCAA did a phenomenal job of getting lambasted in the media. College basketball players went hungry because of to meal plan limitations, football players were controversially suspended...



By Emma Holland and Emma Holland September 8, 2014

So what are you doing after you graduate? The question haunts every senior who is slowly realizing that his or her idyllic life at Georgetown will eventually come to a close. If you’re considering...

Mooring Wins Churchill Scholarship

By Emma Iannini January 25, 2013

Eric Mooring (COL ’13) has been awarded a Churchill Scholarship and will study infectious disease at Cambridge University next year. The Churchill Scholarship, named after British Prime Minister Winston...

Corp Expands Philanthropic Reach

By Meghan Patzer November 15, 2012

The Corp Philanthropy Committee has increased its annual scholarship awards by $10,500 this year, according to CPC Chair Ryan Muldoon (COL ’13). In fiscal year 2012, the Students of Georgetown,...

Patriot League OKs Football Scholarships

By Pat Curran February 14, 2012

The Patriot League conference announced Monday that it will permit member schools to offer athletic scholarships to football players beginning in the fall of 2013. The league said that its council...

Abuse of Oversigning Loophole Hurting “Scholarship” Players

By Matt Emch September 30, 2011

Coaches at universities with large football programs have bent the rules for years. They are required to win at all costs in order to keep their high-paying jobs. Instead of being viewed as mentors and...

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