The first time I saw the entirety of Georgetown University’s campus was move-in day. While it was so exciting and special to see where I … [Read more...] about VIEWPOINT: Promote GAAP Weekend Accessibility
Georgetown University offered admission to 11.78 percent of applicants through its early action program, a record low even as the number of … [Read more...] about Class of 2023 Early Action Admissions Rate Reaches Record Low
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A Georgetown education is expensive, and the university needs to do more to help its students deal with the rising costs. The upward trend … [Read more...] about Put a Dent in Debt
In the so-called ‘real world,’ I’m as middle-class as one can get. My household income, made up of a single parent white-collar salary … [Read more...] about OWSIANY: Perfectly Middle Class?
When about a dozen Occupy protesters settled in D.C.’sMacPherson Square Oct. 1, it seemed that they had appeared overnight. But … [Read more...] about Occupy Movement Makes Camp at GU
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