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When hours increase, it would seem logical that a rise in pay would follow. For Georgetown’s Ph.D. candidates, however, the events of recent months have strayed from that simple logic. In late February, Georgetown’s Ph.D. candidates discovered that their maximum…More

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Last Tuesday, it was announced that SFS students beginning with the class of 2017 are to have access to the language minors offered by the College. This is overwhelmingly positive news for most SFS students. Since it is compulsory for…More

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One could hardly be faulted for mistaking the University and the Church as age-old antagonists. The two ancient institutions share an inextricable history, a relationship at times both amiable and strained in fair measure. With the Lecture Fund’s invitation of Cecile Richards, president of Planned…More

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Nike has long enjoyed a special type of relationship with Georgetown’s athletics programs. As noted in this week’s feature, titled “In Foul Trouble: Unlacing Georgetown’s Relationship with Nike,” this partnership goes back to the glory days of Hoya basketball in…More

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GUSA Executive elections are annual exercises in voter apathy, lofty rhetoric, and ambitious promises that rival all but the most brazen of presidential candidates. But in a national election year that has witnessed the insurgent rise of anti-establishment tickets, all…More

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