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GU students protest Maduro

GU students protest Maduro

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02/20/2014

Georgetown students protested along with D.C. residents Wednesday in front of the Organization of the American States building on 17th Street, N.W. in opposition to government violence against protesters in Venezuela. The protest was organized by the D.C.-based group A Voice for Democracy in Venezuela. Alberto Alfonzo (SFS ’17), a Venezuelan student, promoted the event…

Bike repair stand coming to GU, bikeshare delayed

Bike repair stand coming to GU, bikeshare delayed

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02/13/2014

Thanks to a donation from the Bike House D.C., a Dero Fixit bike repair facility will be installed next to the Red Square bike racks by the beginning of March. The bikeshare program, on the other hand, will likely not occur this semester as originally planned because of the loss of bicycles scheduled for the…

Critical Voices: Gardens & Villa, <i>Dunes</i>

Critical Voices: Gardens & Villa, Dunes

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02/13/2014

With their second album, Dunes, Gardens & Villa, an indie, synthpop group from Santa Barbara, California, produced an all-too-familiar sound.   Their record is composed of monotonous synthesizer samples, light keyboard decorations, and pithy statements for lyrics, such as “the young die young if they work too hard.” As you listen to the album, it…

News Hit: Recruiting numbers down

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02/06/2014

Georgetown has seen a dip in the number of employers recruiting on campus since the 2012-2013 academic year. According to a report provided by the Cawley Career Education Center, 42 employers, including the Boston Consulting Group, the Central Intelligence Agency, and M&T Bank, out of the 124 that came to campus to recruit during the…

Georgetown celebrates Jesuit heritage

Georgetown celebrates Jesuit heritage

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01/30/2014

Georgetown’s 14th annual Jesuit Heritage Week began on Sunday and extended to Georgetown’s campus in Doha, Qatar for the first time. “We are delighted that our friends in Doha are joining Jesuit Heritage Week. … Doha offers Georgetown a new frontier in the centuries’ old tradition of integrating learning, faith and service,” wrote Fr. Kevin…

Cairo study abroad program indefinitely closed

Cairo study abroad program indefinitely closed

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01/23/2014

Due to safety and security concerns, all Georgetown study abroad programs held at the American University in Cairo will be suspended indefinitely, according to the University’s updated international travel policy, which was implemented in September 2012. “The policy establishes institutional considerations to balance the educational value of participation in international activities with the potential risks,”…

Moran’s position at SFS unaffected despite NIC dismissal

Moran’s position at SFS unaffected despite NIC dismissal

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01/16/2014

Despite being forced to resign from his position as an international business associate to the United States National Intelligence Council in September 2013 due to accusations of conflict of interest, Georgetown professor Theodore H. Moran will maintain his position at the School of Foreign Service. Moran had been an associate to the NIC for six…

Carrying On: “Victim” label not an identity

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01/16/2014

We’ve heard nearly every side of the debate about how to properly treat sexual assault perpetrators and victims, but one. Victim-blaming, slut-shaming, we’ve heard it all. But we shouldn’t press the “victim” label onto those who have been sexually assaulted. Haven’t they experienced enough without having to be redefined by the horrific experience? This label…

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