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Over 200 students and faculty gathered in Red Square on Friday, Sept. 23 for a vigil and forum on race relations and racial justice in the U.S. While the forum explicitly focused on the recent death of Terence Crutcher in…More

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The University started decommissioning and demolishing labs on the third floor of the Reiss Science Building on Aug. 1. As part of the demolitions, an asbestos removal project started on Sept. 26. The entire demolition process is slated to end…More

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After the expansion of the meal swipe exchange program this semester, restaurants in Hoya Court and the North Gallery of the Leavey Center are experiencing unpredictable long lines and longer wait times from the the heavy inflow of students trying…More

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On Sept. 20, the College Dean Search Committee held open forums for students, staff, and faculty to voice their opinions on the characteristics that a new dean of the College should have. The search committee, chaired by Professor Terry Pinkard…More

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Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez spoke the morning of Sept. 20 at Riggs Library about the importance of building a “shared prosperity” for America. Perez emphasized that Americans have choices to make about the future and that students should be…More

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The Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service welcomed its new class of fellows to Georgetown with the start of semester. These fellows will use their career experience to give students insight into how politics and public service works today…More

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Georgetown’s facilities management has not hired additional custodial staff to clean Healey Family Student Center (HFSC) since its opening in Sept. 2014, according to employees. Night shift workers say they clean the new student center on top of their regular…More

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On Sept. 17, a suspect possibly involved in several crimes around the Georgetown neighborhood, including attempted sexual assault, was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) warns another suspect may still remain at large. Students…More

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Georgetown students returned to campus in August to discover that a sizable portion of university professors now use Canvas, a product of Salt Lake City-based Instructure, instead of the Blackboard online class-hosting platform that was used previously. Canvas has been…More

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