CPS class finally meets
Barone talks about 2008 elections
Conservative political pundit Michael Barone said that American voting trends are in flux, with voters shifting away from long-time partisan loyalties, last night in Old North. About 25 people gathered to listen to his analysis of the current political situation and the 2008 presidential election.
Campus relays for life
Dems, CRs join together
The College Republicans joined with the College Democrats and the Georgetown University Legislative Advocates (GULA) to drum up support on campus for H.R. 328, a bill in the House of Representatives that would give D.C. a vote in Congress.
New history requirement
Georgetown College’s Curriculum Committee revised the general education history requirements last week to include a wider range of courses; starting next fall, students will now be able to use courses on Africa, Latin America and the Middle East to fulfill half of the requirement. The other course must come from the current options: European Civilization, History of the Atlantic or Pacific World or World History.
GU embezzler flees
Pedro Paulo dos Santos, the former director of Georgetown’s Brazilian Studies program, was indicted on July 19 by a federal grand jury for embezzling more than $300,000 from Georgetown University according to the U.S. Department of Justice.