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According to Manager of Internal Communications Maggie Moore, employees of the Georgetown Bookstore are not guaranteed continued employment under new vendor Barnes & Noble. The Barnes & Noble will become the official bookstore vendor following the expiration of the University’s…More

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A group of 30 students delivered a letter to the School of Foreign Service Deans on May 9 asking the University to rescind Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson’s invitation to speak at the SFS Commencement ceremony. Members and allies…More

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The Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) hosted a town hall meeting on April 30 to set its agenda for the future and facilitate conversation among University-employed workers. Student members of GSC, facility workers at Georgetown University, and administrators attended the meeting.…More

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On April 27, House Speaker Paul Ryan participated in a town hall event entitled “Building a Confident America” at Georgetown University to address millennials. The event, held in Gaston Hall, covered issues such as the current election, tax reform, and…More

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On April 25, GUSA hosted a town hall meeting in the Great Room of the Healy Family Student Center to discuss Georgetown’s new “Engaging Differences” core requirement, which will mandate students to take two classes that focus on the diversity…More

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On April 23, the Georgetown Native American Student Council (NASC) held their fourth annual Native American Pow Wow on Copley Lawn to celebrate Native American culture and spread awareness of the group. Mikaela Bledsoe Downes (MSB ’16), President of NASC,…More

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On April 20, six administrators gathered with students to discuss new programs and answer questions pertaining to sexual assault on campus in the third annual Sexual Assault Open Forum. Sponsored by GUSA, Sexual Assault Peer Educators (SAPE), and Take Back…More

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On Monday afternoon, Dr. Kimberly Juanita Brown, Assistant Professor of English and Africana Studies at Mount Holyoke College, discussed her 2015 book, The Repeating Body: Slavery’s Visual Resonance in the Contemporary in Riggs Library. The speech was part of Georgetown’s…More

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