Damian Garcia

Senator Durbin Discusses Shutdown, Immigration, Health Care

Senator Durbin Discusses Shutdown, Immigration, Health Care

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02/10/2019

The Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown’s McCourt School hosted an event featuring Illinois Senator Dick Durbin (SFS ’66, LAW ’69), the Senate Democratic Whip since 2005, on Feb. 4. The talk, titled “The New Senate Democratic Agenda,” was moderated by Mo Elleithee, executive director of the Institute of Politics and Public Service….

Kennedy discusses midterm elections, healthcare, and bipartisanship in G.U. Politics event

Kennedy discusses midterm elections, healthcare, and bipartisanship in G.U. Politics event

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11/15/2018

The Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown’s McCourt School hosted Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) on Nov. 13 in the Copley Formal Lounge. Kennedy was joined by the executive director of GU Politics, Mo Elleithee (SFS ’94), who moderated the discussion, which revolved around last week’s midterm elections, healthcare, and bipartisanship in a…

On the Record: Fall 2018 GU Politics Fellows

On the Record: Fall 2018 GU Politics Fellows

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09/19/2018

The Fall 2018 GU Politics Fellows with the McCourt School of Public Policy sat down with the Voice on Sept. 7 to talk politics, bipartisanship, and concertgoing. The fellows will hold weekly discussion groups and office hours throughout the semester as part of the GU Politics Fellows Program, which was established in 2015. The fellows,…

Victims of prominent Georgetown-area rabbi reach settlement

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09/07/2018

Fifty-two victims of prominent Georgetown-area Rabbi, Rabbi Bernard “Barry” Freundel, have reached a settlement totaling more than $14 million after a three year court battle. Freundel, who was the leader of the Kesher Israel Georgetown Synagogue on N Street, was sentenced to six and a half years in prison in May 2015 after being charged…

Dean Deacon on Diversity of Class of 2022

Dean Deacon on Diversity of Class of 2022

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04/13/2018

The students who opened their Georgetown acceptance letters last week are part of the most diverse group the university has admitted to date. According to Charles Deacon (COL ’64), dean of undergraduate admissions, the prospective class of 2022 had the highest number of minority applicants and admitted students, paired with the lowest total acceptance rate,…

GUSA Senate certifies Nair/Rahman win, referendum results

GUSA Senate certifies Nair/Rahman win, referendum results

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02/27/2018

The GUSA Senate certified the results of the Feb. 22 election of GUSA executive candidates Sahil Nair (SFS ‘19) and Naba Rahman (SFS ‘19) on Sunday 27-0 with one abstention. The senate also unanimously confirmed the results of the two campus-wide referendums that were also presented to the student body on election day, changing the…

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