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On January 11th, Georgetown hired its first full-time Title IX Coordinator, Laura Cutway. Previously, according to the university website, Georgetown employed several deputy coordinators for the main campus, law center, and other Georgetown campuses. Cutway’s position includes overseeing Title IX…More

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Last June, Alexa Rodriguez filed a discrimination complaint against MedStar Georgetown University Hospital with the D.C. Office of Human Rights. The hospital had allegedly denied her request for breast implant surgery on the grounds that she is a transgender woman.Rodriguez, Vice President of D.C.’s Latino LGBT History Project, had been referred to MedStar Georgetown for the surgery by her primary care physician at Whitman-Walker Health, a D.C. nonprofit community health center that specializes

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1.) To Pimp a Butterfly — Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar’s latest LP is not for the faint of heart. In To Pimp a Butterfly, the Compton native directs his wide eyes outside of the small circle of his own personal experience.…More

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1.) Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max: Fury Road is a brilliant revival of a franchise long considered to be dormant. Tom Hardy takes over for Mel Gibson as the eponymous Max, and he delivers an extremely physical and understated…More

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The Kalmanovitz Institute commemorate ten years of Just Employment. PHOTO: Elizabeth Teitz“Don’t die in Red Square.”That’s what Father Raymond Kemp remembers telling student Zack Pesavento (SFS ’08) in March 2005. Pesavento was one of 26 students and members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) who took part in a nine-day hunger strike, protesting what they saw as unjust employment practices by the university towards campus-wide employees, including janitorial and facilities staff. These

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