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Former student drops lawsuit in admissions scandal case

Former student drops lawsuit in admissions scandal case

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07/16/2019

Adam Semprevivo, one of the students involved in the nationwide college admissions scandal, has dropped his lawsuit against the university. The lawsuit, filed in May, was an attempt to prevent Georgetown from rescinding his admission as a result of his falsified application.  Semprevivo’s father, Stephen Semprevivo, paid $400,000 to William Singer, the owner of the…

Former Corp IT Director Convicted of Computer Fraud

Former Corp IT Director Convicted of Computer Fraud

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06/09/2019

Former Georgetown student Justice Suh pleaded guilty on one count of computer fraud for hacking The Corp’s email system. The federal government charged Suh in D.C. federal court in April 2019, and the U.S. government representative in this case recommended a sentence of 6 months’ probation. The government’s sentencing memo notes Suh’s awareness of his…

Trailer Takes: <i>Artemis Fowl</i>, <i> Happy Death Day 2U</i>, <i>The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2</i>

Trailer Takes: Artemis Fowl, Happy Death Day 2U, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2

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12/05/2018

Artemis Fowl—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP-fRX_gB6o Dajour: The name Artemis Fowl sounds recognizable; that is the most I can offer about this trailer. Judging from the comments on the trailer, this film is based off a book that I never read. One comment astutely reads “Please don’t Percy Jackson this book,” and it reminded me of how terrible the…

Community Scholars Program celebrates 50 years  on the Hilltop

Community Scholars Program celebrates 50 years on the Hilltop

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09/14/2018

The Community Scholars Program (CSP)—a university program that provides first-generation students with resources, both academic and financial, throughout their four years at Georgetown—celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The program helps new students, especially first-generation students, adjust to what can be a radical change. For Roberto Cabrera (COL ’19), Georgetown was unlike any community he had been a part of…

Eric Holder discusses dangers of gerrymandering with GU Politics

Eric Holder discusses dangers of gerrymandering with GU Politics

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03/25/2018

Eric Holder, former attorney general, spoke about gerrymandering, redistricting, and the upcoming midterm elections at Georgetown on Mar. 19. Mo Elleithee (SFS ’94), executive director of the Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service, moderated the event, titled “2018 Vote Crucial to Combat Gerrymandering.” The discussion introduced the efforts taken by Holder to eliminate…

On the Record: GUSA candidates Sahil Nair and Naba Rahman

On the Record: GUSA candidates Sahil Nair and Naba Rahman

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02/17/2018

The Voice sat down for an interview with 2018 GUSA executive candidates Sahil Nair (SFS’ 19) and Naba Rahman (SFS ‘19). In the interview, they discuss how being outsiders to GUSA will give them a platform to engage with the Georgetown community and their plans to address the affordability of the university. This interview has…

Sen. Flake discusses Republicans’ future, ‘politics of resentment’ with GU Politics

Sen. Flake discusses Republicans’ future, ‘politics of resentment’ with GU Politics

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02/01/2018

Republican senator Jeff Flake from Arizona spoke at Georgetown about his discontent with the direction of the Republican party on Monday, Jan. 29 in an event hosted by the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics). The discussion, “A Conversation on Conservative Politics with Jeff Flake,” was moderated by Mo Elleithee (SFS’94), executive…

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