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Marine Corps Veteran Awarded Prestigious Pat Tillman Scholarship

Georgetown sophomore and former U.S. Marine Corporal Cristine Pedersen (SFS’18) has been awarded the Pat Tillman Scholarship for military students. Cristine was one of...

A Conversation with the Founder of Georgetown’s Young Americans for Freedom...

The Georgetown Review sat down with Michael DeRenzi, a senior who decided to bring a Young Americans for Freedom chapter to Georgetown, to discuss...

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The Shadow of Charlottesville: Free Speech at a Crossroads

On Monday, October 30th, the Free Speech Project at Georgetown University presented “The Shadow of Charlottesville: Free Speech at a Crossroads,” a panel discussion...

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IVES: Former French Ambassador Speaks and the SFS Echoes

On Thursday, September 28, the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy hosted former ambassador to France, Jane Hartley. Ms. Hartley has a long and impressive...

Scholars Debate US Policy Toward Emerging Nuclear Powers

The Alexander Hamilton Society’s event entitled “Fire and Fury: U.S. Policy Toward Emerging Nuclear Powers” was Georgetown at its best. Preeminent scholars, engaged in...

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MUNOZ: Clinton Challenges Americans To Engage with Political Opposites

  Georgetown's campus was buzzing with excitement on Monday when Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States, returned to Georgetown. The McCourt School...

MORRIS: Girls in the Boys Scouts, An Eagle Scout’s Perspective

A scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. Those are the words that I recited before...