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A Georgetown cottage that has been home to craftsmen

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Built circa 1805, the home was part of the Historic American Buildings Survey.

Michael Eric Dyson: 'Making America Great Again' Is 'Code' for 'White Nationalism'

Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, Georgetown University professor and former MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson was the latest liberal to claim that a general slogan like "Make America Great...Show More Summary

So, how bad is the Georgetown Cupcake line, really?

The Staycationer visits Georgetown Cupcake to see whether the cakes are worth the wait.

Dr. Ayman Fanous Named Professor and Chair of Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate

Ayman Fanous, MD, has been named professor and chair of psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. He previously was at the Washington DC VA Medical Center and Georgetown University School of Medicine.

How Prestige And Rankings Can Help Law Schools Avoid The Same Fate As The 12% Of Dental Schools That Closed In 1986-1997

Following up on my previous posts: Will Top Tier Law Schools be the First to Close, Like Emory and Georgetown Dental Schools?(Nov. 18, 2013) Will 10% of Law Schools Close by 2019, Just as 10% of Dental Schools Closed 25 Years Ago? (Oct. 21, 2014) Eric A. Chiappinelli (Texas Tech),...

The rise of technology in the 2016 presidential election

Georgetown University adjunct professor Mikah Sellers explains how technology has changed the way campaigns connect with voters and volunteers.

Galle:The Law Review Submission Process—A Guide For The Perplexed

Brian Galle (Georgetown), The Law Review Submission Process: A Guide for (and by) the Perplexed: No one really understands the law review publication process. I certainly don’t. But I do have opinions. Some of them are even informed by data.... So let’s answer some questions. The Basics Q: Since...

Paul White to transfer from Georgetown

The Georgetown Hoyas are set to lose a former top 100 recruit. On Thursday, the university announced junior forward Paul White is set to transfer from the program. The university announced the news with a very brief statement. Georgetown...Show More Summary

Paul White to Transfer from Georgetown

Skilled forward leaving the Hilltop after missing sophomore year with injury. Georgetown suffered its first defection in two-plus years today, announcing that rising junior forward Paul White will transfer. White's departure ends two...Show More Summary

Former top-100 recruit transferring from Georgetown

After a disappointing and injury-ended sophomore season, Paul White is transferring from Georgetown, the school announce Thursday. The 6-foot-8 junior averaged 18.4 minutes per game as a freshman, but saw his minutes halved as a sophomore as a hip injury held him out of the first four games of last season before he underwent surgery […]

Throwback Thursday: Georgetown’s brawl in China

The idea behind international sporting competition is that it brings countries together, whatever their issues outside the lines. Sportsmanship, unity and all that good stuff. Well, as we’re all being reminded by American swimmer Ryan Lochte and his maybe-not-robbed counterparts, there’s also a chance to create an international incident. College basketball got a reminder of […]

Colorado County Considers Toll for Mountain Pass b/w I-70 and Highway 285

CBS 4 reports, “Drivers could have to pay a toll to drive a busy mountain pass. Clear Creek County is looking for a way to pay for improvements on Guanella Pass. The pass is just south of Georgetown and provides a link between Interstate...Show More Summary

Just Who Constitutes We the People?

Writing in Commentary, Jeremy Rozansky reviews libertarian Georgetown law professor Randy E. Barnett's book, Our Republican Constitution. Aargh. Another book for my stack.

Baltimore PD's phone surveillance allegedly violated FCC rules

A new legal complaint filed by a Georgetown Law professor claims that law enforcement agencies using Stingray cell-site spoofing devices are in violation of standard FCC rules because they don't have the proper spectrum licenses to operate the equipment. Show More Summary

Why Social Media Is One of the Best Feedback Tools for Businesses

Georgetown Cupcake co-founders Katherine Berman and Sophie LaMontagne describe how they use social media to get ideas from customers.

Indoor tanning: Women say no to total ban, yes to stricter policies

Most young adult women who regularly visit indoor tanning salons support the introduction of policies to make it safer, but are against a total ban. This is according to a study¹ led by Darren Mays of Georgetown University Medical Center in the US, in the journal Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy, Research², published by Springer. Show More Summary

The Confederacy is rising again in Texas. Sigh.

While a few southern states such as Georgia and North Carolina and cities like New Orleans ditched their Confederate monuments from public display, the Great State of Texas—via small cities such as Orange and Georgetown—is determined to dig in and hold on. Show More Summary

Georgetown-Syracuse December game to honor Pearl Washington

Syracuse will honor the late Dwayne "Pearl" Washington when the Orange resumes its basketball rivalry with Georgetown next season        

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