Thomas Stubna

Georgetown student kidnapped

Georgetown student kidnapped

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01/27/2017

Jan. 30 update: Police have released photos and are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspected kidnapper of the Georgetown student who was forced to withdraw cash and make purchases Thursday, Jan. 26. A news release by the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Monday, Jan. 30 contains a YouTube link to surveillance footage showing…

Service Beyond The Hilltop: CSJ Turns 15

Service Beyond The Hilltop: CSJ Turns 15

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03/02/2016

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service will celebrate its 15th anniversary during the upcoming Social Justice Week, held from February 20 to 26. Established the same weekend President DeGioia was inaugurated, the CSJ continues to expand in its ability to support meaningful community service. Founding Director Kathleen Maas-Weigert credits visionary faculty for…

Hillyer discusses free speech at Georgetown

Hillyer discusses free speech at Georgetown

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01/31/2016

  Quin Hillyer (COL ‘86), Contributing Editor of the National Review Magazine and Senior Editor for the American Spectator, criticized protests relating to free speech at Georgetown and other universities nationwide in a talk titled “Free Speech at Georgetown” on Jan. 28. Hillyer started by discussing the nature of a university and how attempts to…

McDonough GUTS Bus turnaround opens, Library Walk closes

McDonough GUTS Bus turnaround opens, Library Walk closes

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11/09/2015

On Nov. 9, Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) buses started using the McDonough bus turnaround that consolidates four stops in one location on the south end of campus. Another event related to campus planning affecting mobility on campus is the temporary closure of Library Walk, required for construction outside the Former Jesuit Residence, from Nov….

Writing Center and SEED D.C. partner for tutoring program

Writing Center and SEED D.C. partner for tutoring program

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10/16/2015

This Wednesday began a new partnership between Georgetown and the SEED School of Washington D.C. as eight students of the tuition-free college preparatory boarding school started tutoring sessions at the Georgetown University Writing Center. This comes after a kickoff event Oct. 7, where four tutors and eight students met at the Ward 7 charter school…

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