Tag: History

Support NASC Petition and Native Students

Support NASC Petition and Native Students

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04/26/2019

The Native American Student Council (NASC), the only Native undergraduate student group at Georgetown, submitted a petition to the Office of the President on April 3. The petition reminded the campus that despite progress made regarding the university’s history with slavery in the form of the GU272 Referendum, Native issues remain largely unrecognized.   This…

Car Barn History Event Reveals Troubled Cold War Past

Car Barn History Event Reveals Troubled Cold War Past

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03/03/2019

The history department’s Americas Initiative as well as the Center for Latin American Studies co-sponsored a lecture given by Stuart Schrader, a professor in the department of sociology at Johns Hopkins University, on the history of the Car Barn during the Cold War and how the International Police Academy (IPA), which was housed there, influenced…

Love On The Hilltop: A History Of Valentine’s Day

Love On The Hilltop: A History Of Valentine’s Day

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02/15/2015

Have you ever stopped to wonder, “who was that jerk that decided to come up with a holiday to remind singles just how alone they really are?” Well, look no further!  National Singles Awareness Day, here we come! So, you might ask, what’s so great about this St. Valentine? What horrible thing did he do…

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