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The Steve Fund Improves Mental Health Services for Students of Color

by | November 26, 2019 The Steve Fund – a nonpro­fit dedicated to improving mental health for students of color – Read more

Summit Puts Qatar’s Education Efforts in Global Spotlight

by | November 20, 2019
While the United States is largely considered an international leader in higher education, when [...] Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Wrestle With Reparations and Repentance

by | November 7, 2019
In a growing reparations movement, universities like Georgetown are looking for ways to financi [...] Read more

Conference Series Focuses on Mental Health For Students of Color

by | October 24, 2019
The Steve Fund – a nonprofit dedicated to improving mental health for students of color – i [...] Read more

Undocumented Students Reflect on the Role of Faith in their Activism

by | September 24, 2019
At a panel at Trinity Washington University, undocumented students reflected on the role faith [...] Read more

National Program Introduces College to Service Members

by | September 6, 2019
To help military service members prepare for the transition into college, Cornell University re [...] Read more

Feds Investigating Cornell’s Ties to Qatar and China

| July 11, 2019
When President Donald Trump welcomed the emir of Qatar to Washington with a lavish Treasury Dep [...] Read more

Georgetown Study Maps Manufacturing Workforce Changes

| June 26, 2019
Manufacturing in the United States has declined from its heyday decades ago, but it remains a m [...] Read more

Lavender Graduations Set to Celebrate 20 Year Anniversary Next Year

by Janet Kline | June 6, 2019
Lavender Graduations have now become commonplace on many colleges campuses in the United States [...] Read more

At Catholic Institutions, Tradition Propels a Commitment to Social Justice

by Lois Elfman | May 26, 2019
Catholic colleges and universities have long promoted principles of social justice, inclusion, [...] Read more

Georgetown’s Jackson ‘Jazzed’ About History

| May 1, 2019
As a historian who happens to have an a­ffinity for jazz, Dr. Maurice Jackson of Georgetown Un [...] Read more

Report: Education is Key Factor in Gender Bias Among Women in Politics

by | April 17, 2019
As campaign season for the 2020 presidency begins with more women competing for the nomination [...] Read more

Black Studies Leaders Laud Georgetown Student Vote for Fee to Fund Reparations

| April 13, 2019
Some African-American studies professors are praising Georgetown University undergraduate stude [...] Read more

Conference Dissects White Supremacists from Nazis to Now

| April 11, 2019
Anti-Semitism and racism are contemporary as well as historical, and everyone from academics an [...] Read more

Wrongfully Sentenced Georgetown Alumnus Receives Marshall Scholarship

by | December 4, 2018
Brian Ferguson, a recent graduate from Georgetown University who was once wrongfully sentenced [...] Read more
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