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President DeGioia Receives Award for Dealing with Racial Incidents on Campus

On September 18, President John J. DeGioia was given an achievement award by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of Washington, D.C. The award is supposed...

SCHUNDLER: Congresswomen Delauro Is Wrong About Republicans

Last Wednesday, Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service hosted Rosa Delauro, a Senior Congresswoman from Connecticut since 1991. Addressing a small but attentive...

Marie Harf Talks Russia, U.S., and the Costs of Trump’s Foreign...

GU Politics Fellow Marie Harf led a discussion on foreign relations between the U.S., Russia, and Europe. This was the fourth week of her...

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...

Jeff Sessions Criticizes Political Correctness during Georgetown Speech

Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke at Georgetown  Law School on Tuesday to address the importance of free speech in America. Sessions, who was met...

RNC Chair Romney McDaniel Visits Georgetown To Discuss the Future of...

“We have to be a party of inclusion.” This was RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel’s message in her remarks at Georgetown University on Tuesday night. The...

Georgetown Clubs Clash Via Open Letters

There is no foreseeable end to the long time tension between H*yas for Choice (HFC) and Georgetown Right to Life (RTL), Georgetown’s pro-choice club...

Nazi Symbols Continue to Appear on Georgetown’s Campus

After a summer that revived nazism as a national concern, anti-semitic vandalism in two underclassmen dorms shocked the Georgetown community.   September 20th, just one night...

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...

A Message from the Founder

Dear readers, When The Georgetown Review began publishing in 2016, we told you that we aimed to offer Georgetown something more, a thoughtful and vigorous journal of...

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