Berkley Center Hosts Event on Civil Rights

Faculty and students gathered at the Berkley Center on Oct. 12th for a discussion with  Kenneth Bedell, who explored questions of American race relations and sociology in his newest book, “Realizing the Civil Rights Dream: Diagnosing and Treating American Racism.” The event began with an introduction from the center’s associate director for programs, Melody Fox...

Danish Minister Tørnæs Speaks on Gender and Development

The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS), in conjunction with the BMW Center for German and European Studies, hosted a roundtable discussion with Ulla Tørnæs, the former Danish minister for development coordination on Oct. 12. The roundtable took place in the in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the ICC building. Tørnæs...

On The Record: New Dean of the MSB Paul Almeida

Paul Almeida is quick to mention that he has been at Georgetown for 22 years and 71 days. The first 22 years were spent being a professor of strategy and international business and deputy and associate dean, and in August, 71 days before he sat down with the Voice for an interview on October 11,...

March for Black Women

  A group congregated in Seward Square for the March for Black Women, an event which aimed to recognize marginalized voices in America.The rally, Sept. 30, included speeches from female minorities who spoke about various topics that impact the African-American community, including reproductive rights, police brutality, the criminal justice system, and violence towards transgender women....

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Spring welcomed with fountain activation

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04/05/2001

The Georgetown community welcomed spring and new student leadership at the second annual Fountain Day ceremony on Monday afternoon in Dahlgren Quadrangle. University President Leo J. O’Donovan activated the Dahlgren fountain after speaking on the importance of traditions and the centrality of both the fountain and spirituality in the lives of those at Georgetown. Terry…

Opening Day

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04/05/2001

Early April is the best time of year. Baseball season starts. On fields of dreams across the country, the boys of summer make an early appearance, and so begins America’s religious obsession with the game played on a diamond. The numbers may say that football or basketball is more popular, but the furor surrounding Opening…

Fraud and stolen vans in public service center

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04/05/2001

An assistant with the Volunteer and Public Service Center was dismissed after a University investigation turned up evidence she may have embezzled up to $5,000, a VPS employee said. The same week that the fraud was discovered, two VPS vans were stolen from the University parking lot. Several University related e-mails showed VPS Director Sharon…

Students return from union organizing in Mexico

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04/05/2001

Members of United Students Against Sweatshops returned from Mexico March 27 after visiting with workers trying to form a union in a factory producing Nike and Reebok apparel. The Kukdong factory in the city of Atlixco has been the target of recent action by USAS, Nike investigators and Verite, an independent auditing group commissioned by…

BZA cuts future enrollment increase

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04/05/2001

The Board of Zoning Adjustment has placed a list of conditions on the University’s 10 Year Plan, including the rejection of the University’s request for an increase in undergraduate enrollment. Other conditions placed on the campus plan include the publication of all complaints received concerning student misconduct as well as the creation of a record…

Students rally in Red Square

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04/05/2001

A coalition of 17 student groups held a protest rally in Red Square Wednesday remembering Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination and calling for an end to injustice everywhere. “We are here to recognize the injustices of the world,” said Maria Moser (CAS ‘04), a co-organizer of the “Demand Justice, Take Action” event. Moser welcomed the…

Non-Alcoholic block party event approved

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04/05/2001

An alcohol-free barbeque was proposed by the senior class committee and unanimously approved by the Advisory Neighborhood Council on Tuesday. The event, co-sponsored by the senior class committee, the Black House and Residence Life, is scheduled to be held Friday, April 27th from 2 to 4 p.m. The 3600 block between O and P streets…

Twelve elected to GUSA Assembly

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04/05/2001

Over 33 percent of the student body voted in last week’s on-line Georgetown University Student Association class representative election, an increase from last year’s 28.5 percent voter turnout. According to Will Cosmas (CAS ‘01), GUSA election commissioner, the on-line election ran without problems. “Voting on-line lets us concentrate on our real jobs, as [the system…

Tobacco industry “Insider” tells his story

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04/05/2001

An opponent of the tobacco industry, Jeffrey Wigand, spoke Monday in Gaston Hall on his dismissal from a large tobacco company and why he revealed confidential information exposing secrets of the industry. Wigand’s story was portrayed in the 1998 film, The Insider. According to Wigand, the tobacco industry spends around $8.25 billion a year on…

GUSA supports African American studies

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04/05/2001

The Georgetown University Student Association demonstrated support for an African American Studies Program in the Georgetown College by passing a resolution this Tuesday. Citing the importance of scholarship on African American history and culture to the University’s academic discourse, several students, working with faculty members, have begun circulating a petition lobbying the College to create…

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