Articles tagged: Lawsuit
As the lawsuit against the 568 Presidents Group continues, supporters are encouraging students to speak out.
Former students of 17 universities have sued, alleging the institutions colluded, price-fixed, and limited students' financial aid.
Georgetown, other Catholic schools tell Supreme Court that affirmative action is key to their religious mission
46 Catholic schools submitted an amicus curiae brief in support of educational affirmative action, arguing diversity promotes Catholic values.
Each semester for several years, the editor in chief of the Voice has sat down with University President John J. DeGioia to ask about the biggest issues facing the university—solar... Read more
Georgetown and other national universities allegedly part of price-fixing cartel to limit financial aid
Georgetown and 15 other top private universities were named defendants in a federal antitrust lawsuit filed on Jan. 9. The suit alleges that the self-described need-blind universities colluded to raise... Read more
The university announced its intent to rescind the admissions of two current students after they were discovered to have submitted falsified applications. The decision comes as one of the students,... Read more
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia threw out a class-action lawsuit against the university regarding a possible violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974.... Read more
Fifty-two victims of prominent Georgetown-area Rabbi, Rabbi Bernard “Barry” Freundel, have reached a settlement totaling more than $14 million after a three year court battle. Freundel, who was the leader... Read more