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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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Top Students Can Bypass LSAT

By Lily Westergaard November 6, 2012

For 25 years, the Georgetown University Law Center’s early assurance program has admitted a select number of Georgetown undergraduates without requiring them to complete the LSAT. For many prospective...

Students Learn Amid Absence From Academics

By Braden McDonald April 5, 2011

While most students begin courses at Georgetown just months after graduating from high school, some accepted students are opting to take a gap year before embarking on their university careers. The...

Taking Time Off, Learning Life Lessons

By Braden McDonald April 5, 2011

While most students begin courses at Georgetown just months after graduating from high school, some accepted students are opting to take a gap year before embarking on their university careers. The...

Charging for Credibility: The Future of Online News

By The Editorial Board January 22, 2010

Readers of The New York Times in 2011 will need a debit or credit card to access much of the newspaper's online content. What is most surprising about this change is that it did not come sooner, for instituting...

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