Nora Scully

Nora is a sophomore in the SFS studying Science, Technology, and International Affairs. She enjoys cats and dogs of all types and has been working on approaching D.C. dog owners to ask to pet their dog(s).


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Mayor Bowser announces launch of D.C.’s first Office of Racial Equity

The office was established as part of the Reach Act, which included sections on racial equity training for D.C. governmental employees.

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GUSA Senate begins initial steps of Senate restructuring, supports AAPI community and International Women’s Day

Both the International Women’s Day resolution and act to begin restructuring the GUSA Senate passed unanimously with no abstentions.

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MedStar eases COVID-19 restrictions amidst disability health care concerns 

MedStar's altered visitor policy comes amidst new protocols to support disabled patients hospitalized during the pandemic.

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Recently uncovered bodies at Q Street reveal a connection to the Georgetown slave trade

Archaeologists discovered the remains of 28 African Americans at the 3300 block of Q Street NW in Georgetown from the early 1800s.

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With a second virtual semester, students continue to replicate university life off campus

A year into the pandemic, students modified housing plans to replicate the college experience off campus this semester.

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Georgetown community raises more than $17,000 for Leo’s Worker

Two Georgetown students crowdsourced more than $17,000 for Stacey Walton, a food and service employee at Leo O'Donovan Dining Hall.

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GU Politics fellows discuss partisanship and social justice in a post-Trump era

GU Politics fellows answered questions centering on social justice, leadership, and bipartisanship as America enters a new administration. 

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Amid university divestment pledges, undisclosed investments in fossil fuel companies revealed

A new report revealed university investments in three companies with a focus on the extraction of unconventional fossil fuel resources.

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Limited dining options on campus lead to student fears of food insecurity over break

Students staying on campus over break worry about affordable access to food, even with a weekly university stipend to offset the costs.

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New archeological discovery reveals early links between Georgetown and Jesuit slave owners

Georgetown’s complicity in slavery can now be physically traced back to the 1700s through recently discovered artifacts.