“Legality doesn’t always equal morality”

While the rest of the class of 2023 is settling in, one student is still trying to get to campus. Georgetown’s class of 2023 was moving in. Eager freshmen rolled suitcases down the sidewalks, and nervous parents double-checked that their children had enough pairs of socks and extra sets of sheets. But as the new...

The Prisons and Justice Initiative Aims to Humanize Criminal Justice and Prison Reform

While he started his career at Georgetown as a professor of European politics, Marc Howard (LAW ’12), has taken on a new role as an advocate for criminal justice and prison reform in America. Howard’s childhood friend, Marty Tankleff, was wrongfully convicted of the double murder of his parents and sentenced to 50 years to...

Booked on a Feeling: The 19th Annual National Book Festival

Books are alive, and they remind readers what it means to be so. An opening page emits a promise of adventure and fulfillment. An author will reveal stories only to those who have the courage to venture into a world beyond their own. Books enhance your mind and touch your heart. It is no wonder,...

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“Legality doesn’t always equal morality”

“Legality doesn’t always equal morality”

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09/13/2019

While the rest of the class of 2023 is settling in, one student is still trying to get to campus. Georgetown’s class of 2023 was moving in. Eager freshmen rolled suitcases down the sidewalks, and nervous parents double-checked that their children had enough pairs of socks and extra sets of sheets. But as the new…

Clairvoyance  or Clarity?

Clairvoyance or Clarity?

By:
08/30/2019

I Visited a Psychic on a Quest to Learn About My Future, but I Left With Much More. Mrs. Natalie Tarot Readings of Georgetown is situated in a tiny, dimly lit shop at the corner of Wisconsin and P Street. The window is crowded with suspended glittering stars and moons, a palmistry guide, and an…

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