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Mary Jordan

Mary Jordan (CAS ’83) has travelled around the world, written two books and won a Pulitzer Prize for her work with The Washington Post. But during her time at Georgetown, her path was no clearer than that of the average upperclassman struggling to figure out post-graduate life. “I was really[Read More…]

by October 7, 2016 0 comments The Guide
Georgetown University Law Center will launch a Business Skills Program in January, led by Stephen Hills, formerly of The Washington Post.

Hills To Lead New GULC Business Program

The Washington Post President and General Manager Stephen Hills announced he will leave his post to assume a new position as founding director of the Georgetown University Law Center’s Business Skills Program, effective in January. GULC Dean William Treanor said the new program will broaden the range of educational opportunities[Read More…]

by September 18, 2015 0 comments City News, News, News - Top

Bradlee’s Georgetown Legacy

Ben Bradlee, the Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the Pentagon Papers and Watergate, was a Washington D.C. legend. But the longtime Georgetown resident also left a distinct legacy on the Hilltop, where he taught a journalism course and received an honorary degree. Bradlee took over the Post[Read More…]

by October 28, 2014 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
President Barack Obama and The Washington Post have endorsed D.C. Councilmember Muriel Bowser (D-Ward 4) for  mayor.

Post Endorses Bowser for Mayor

The Washington Post endorsed Muriel Bowser (D-Ward 4) for D.C. Mayor in an editorial published last on Friday, Oct. 17. “Neither councilmember David A. Catania (I-At Large) nor former council member Carol Schwartz comes close to Ms. Bowser in temperament, work ethic, ideas, policy understanding and balanced approach,” the Post wrote.[Read More…]

by October 24, 2014 0 comments City News, News, News - Top

Readership Moves Online

The Georgetown University Student Association has purchased online subscription passes to the New York Times, providing a short-term fix to the cut of Georgetown’s Collegiate Readership Program in March. These 24-hour passes allow up to 100 students to use The New York Times site at one time, and cost GUSA[Read More…]

by September 5, 2014 2 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Collegiate Readership stands emptied by professors and graduate students 
by midday factored into GUSA Fin/App’s decision to cut the program.

College Readership Cut Upsets Students

When Georgetown University Student Association President Trevor Tezel (COL ’15) signed the GUSA budget for fiscal year 2015 Wednesday, he officially ended the six-year run of the Collegiate Readership Program, after the GUSA senate’s Finance and Appropriations Committee suggested it be cut because of an impression that the program was[Read More…]

by March 28, 2014 7 comments Campus News, News

Fraud Uncovered at Georgetown

Georgetown was among more than 1000 nonprofit organizations that suffered significant asset losses due to unauthorized uses of funds, according to a Washington Post investigation published last week. The Post’s report, which looked at tax forms from 2008 to 2012, has now prompted multiple federal investigations into whether these nonprofit[Read More…]

by November 8, 2013 2 comments City News, News

‘On Faith’ Gathers GU Following

Faith, spirituality and politics are popular food for thought and discussion on campus. But a select few have extended their contributions to these debates to a broader audience through The Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog. The blog, which is managed by Elizabeth Tenety (COL ’07), has featured the writing of[Read More…]

by September 6, 2013 0 comments City News, News
Writers Analyze the Presidential Race

Writers Analyze the Presidential Race

Author James Mann and The Washington Post correspondent Tom Hamburger discussed politics, foreign policy and the presidential race in Georgetown’s Mortara Center for International Studies Tuesday afternoon. Hamburger, a reporter for The Post’s national desk and a former writer for the Los Angeles Times, summarized the presidential campaign and explained[Read More…]

by October 19, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News
Collegiate Readership Program Relaunched

Collegiate Readership Program Relaunched

GUSA brought back the Collegiate Readership Program Monday, replenishing newsstands around campus with free daily copies of The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today after funding shortages had forced a hiatus that began in September. Newspaper distribution locations are available in Lauinger Library, Red Square and Sellinger Lounge.[Read More…]

by March 14, 2011 0 comments Campus News, News