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John Baker on the AGs’ Exxon campaign

“Warning to Corporate Counsel: If State AGs Can Do This to ExxonMobil, How Safe Is Your Company?” Prof. John Baker in the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, excerpt: Nation-states have long fought wars for control of oil. In...Show More Summary

Delay in judge’s ruling allows trail tree-clearing to begin for Purple Line

Maryland officials haven’t said when larger trees will be cut on Georgetown Branch Trail.

Suspect in fatal Georgetown shooting arrested in West Virginia

The man was extradited to the District and charged in a July shooting that left one person dead and another wounded.

Morning Roundup: The Convoluted Process By Which D.C.'s Bills Become Law

Plus, Montgomery County revives the $15 minimum wage debate, what the Georgetown Wawa could look like, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Man Arrested In West Virginia For Fatal Shooting Of Teen Near Georgetown Waterfront

Officials say Demarius Anton Jackson fatally shot Kennedy Javier Amaya-Olivares in the early morning hours of July 8. [ more › ]

No One "Deserves" to be Robbed

In November 2014, Georgetown University senior Oliver Friedfeld and his roommate were mugged at gun point. Friedfeld says he deserved it because of his "privilege." In an opinion piece in the university newspaper, The Hoya, Friedfeld wrote that he "can hardly blame" the assailants for robbing him. Show More Summary

IFA Redfish Tours Head to Georgetown, South Carolina

IFA Atlantic Division events set for Sept. 23-24 NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 13, 2017) – Inshore anglers from across the Carolinas and surrounding regions will converge at Georgetown, South Carolina, September 23-24, for the finalShow More Summary

Georgetown’s pathetic schedule is a symptom of larger, systemic issues in college basketball

The exploitation of college athletes comes to the forefront when talking about buy games and non-conference scheduling.

Georgetown’s non-league schedule is both awful and a reflection of a larger issue

The Hoyas will spend their non-league schedule playing mostly nobodies -- as will most big brands

Here's Where D.C.-Area Schools Stand On The Latest U.S. News College Rankings

Georgetown ranked the highest among D.C. schools, retaining its 20 spot from last year. [ more › ]

Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland eligible immediately

Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland has received a waiver to play immediately for the Cornhuskers this season, a source confirmed to NBC Sports. Copeland transferred out of the Georgetown program at the end of the first semester last season. After averaging double-figures as a sophomore, the former five-star recruit’s minutes dwindled with the Hoyas as a junior. […]

Georgetown’s non-conference schedule is terrible

The Hoyas might as well punt on the season. They cannot make the NCAA tournament with this schedule.

Georgetown scheduled the easiest non-conference games ever because it’s afraid of looking bad

Credit to Patrick Ewing for pulling off something truly impressive When Georgetown unexpectedly pulled out of the Phil Knight PK80 Invitational earlier this summer, it showed that new coach Patrick Ewing was not confident in his team’s potential, at least early in the season. It’s hard to blame him, either. Show More Summary

Georgetown Hosts Global Health Security Expert Beth Cameron

Beth Cameron, senior director for the Nuclear Threat Initiative's Global Biological Policy and Programs, will discuss why U.S. leadership continues to be vital in advancing the Global Health Security Agenda's mission to build a world safe from biological threats on Friday, Sept. 15 at Georgetown University,

Georgetown hosts global health security expert Beth Cameron

(Georgetown University Medical Center) Georgetown's Center for Global Health Science and Security welcomes back to campus Beth Cameron, former senior director for global health security and biodefense in the Obama administration's White House National Security Council. Show More Summary

Carved And Painted Swastikas Found In Elevators On Georgetown University's Campus

“Swastika graffiti has been utilized increasingly to create a climate of fear and intimidation." [ more › ]

Harrison Ford spotted dining in Georgetown, attends Navy secretary’s swearing-in

Hey, isn’t that… Actor Harrison Ford, dining at Il Canale in Georgetown on Wednesday? The 75 year-old “Star Wars” star looked action-hero cool in a light blue button down and jeans, says a spy, and enjoyed a leisurely meal with an unidentified male pal. The star chatted and posed for pics with the restaurant staff. […]

'You come in and let out a sigh' at this modern Georgetown home

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The seven-bedroom, six-bathroom, 5,700-square-foot house is listed at $4.25 million.

Girl With Diplomatic Immunity Detained In Stabbing At Georgetown Private School

The attack took place at the British International School of Washington around 1 p.m. [ more › ]

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