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SFS Grad Nielsen Resigns as Secretary of Homeland Security

SFS Grad Nielsen Resigns as Secretary of Homeland Security

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04/08/2019

Kirstjen Nielsen (SFS ’94) resigned from her position as Secretary of Homeland Security on Sunday, April 7, effective Wednesday. She was confirmed to the position on Dec. 6, 2017 after working at the Department throughout Trump’s presidency and during the George W. Bush administration. Nielsen’s tenure at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was marked…

Georgetown Law Receives Record-Setting Donation From Alumnus

Georgetown Law Receives Record-Setting Donation From Alumnus

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03/28/2019

The Georgetown University Law Center announced a $10.5 million donation from Scott K. Ginsburg (LAW ’78) on Mar. 18. The donation from Ginsburg— the single largest commitment in the school’s history— is intended to support the expansion of the Law Center campus in downtown D.C. Part of the donation will also go towards the creation…

Wisconsin GUTS relocated again due to construction

Wisconsin GUTS relocated again due to construction

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03/28/2019

The Wisconsin GUTS bus shuttle has once again been relocated due to construction in the area between Epicurean and the Georgetown Hospital.  This change, as well as the closing of one of the entrances to the Leavey Center garage was announced by Ben Kuo, vice president of planning and facilities management, in a school-wide email…

GUSA Senate Approves Budget

GUSA Senate Approves Budget

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03/26/2019

The GUSA Senate unanimously approved the budget for student organizations and advisory boards at their Mar. 24 meeting. The budget was prepared by the Finance and Appropriations Committee and presented by the chair of the committee, Sen. Hayley Grande (COL ’21). The advisory boards requested $1.3 million in total, while the committee only had $1.09…

Georgetown University Purchases Building Next to Law Center

Georgetown University Purchases Building Next to Law Center

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03/26/2019

Georgetown University recently acquired an office building at 500 First Street NW, located directly south of the Georgetown University Law Center. The university paid $70 million for the building according to an agreement posted to the D.C. Recorder of Deeds. The acquisition of the building will be beneficial for the entire Georgetown community, a university…


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