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Statistics from the 2016 first-year and transfer student applications show that Georgetown’s applicant pool increased by a little more than two percent this year, and over the past five years has become more diverse and of higher academic quality. Georgetown…More

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Winter Storm Jonas left more than just two feet of snow on the ground. In the days following the blizzard, a massive city-wide clean up effort was underway in order to get Washington back up and running. While the plows…More

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President DeGioia announced four new commitments to addressing structural racial inequality: the establishment of an African American Studies department, a research center on racial injustice, a recruitment effort for faculty members and researchers, and the creation of a new senior officer position to lead these efforts.

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Campaigning for Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) President and Vice President started Feb. 4 at 12:01 a.m. This kicks off a two-week period of campaigns and debates, ending with election day on Feb. 18. Candidates had to officially file with the…More

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Kehoe Field, home to many of Georgetown’s recreational and intramural teams, is now closed, Dr. Todd Olson, Vice President for Student Affairs and Robin Morey, Vice President for Planning and Facilities Management announced on Tuesday, Feb. 2. “As many of…More

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Jon Huntsman, former Utah Governor and presidential candidate and the co-chair of the organization No Labels spoke with students about bipartisanship on Thursday, Jan. 28. The event was hosted by No Labels Georgetown and co-sponsored by the International Relations Club,…More

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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…More

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