In short order, Georgetown University sociology professor and esteemed author Michael Eric Dyson‘s New York Times op-ed “Punishment or Child Abuse?” started appearing in the paper’s “Most Viewed” and “Most Emailed” lists. Helped in that...Show More Summary
An employee at a Georgetown, Texas, pizza restaurant was arrested for rubbing his scrotum on a customer's pizza because it was ordered right before closing time. Austin Michael Symonds is charged with tampering with a consumer product over the Sept. Show More Summary
End-of-day news: Officials say Georgetown meningitis death an "isolated case," D.C.-area economy drops, and more. [ more › ]
In a tragic twist of irony, a nursing student at Georgetown University succumbed to what appears to be meningitis — and in her final social media updates, she knew her situation was dire.
Andrea Jaime, a sophomore in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, died Tuesday at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. [ more › ]
Hungry???? Teen Admits To Rubbing Scrotum On Pizza This kid’s gonna get Papa Murphy’s sued… KEYE TV reports: Police say a teenaged employee of a Georgetown Papa Murphy’s rubbed his scrotum on a customer’s pizza because he had ordere...
A Texas teenager is facing a felony charge after police say he rubbed his private parts on a customer’s pizza and was caught in the act. 18-year-old Georgetown resident Austin Michael Symonds is charged with one count of tampering with a consumer product. According to the felony complaint, a customer called in to order pizza [...]
A Georgetown University student is dead after apparently contracting meningitis, the university said. Andrea Jaime was a sophomore in the school of nursing and health studies, Georgetown said in a statement. She had been undergoing treatment for the infectious disease at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.
A pizza restaurant worker upset that a customer order a pie for takeout right around closing time allegedly added a temporary testicle topping. The incident occurred in early September at Papa Murphy’s in Georgetown, Texas, in the Austin...Show More Summary
End-of-day news: Afghan nationals disappear in Georgetown, how to build a Bible museum, and more. [ more › ]
The act allegedly occurred right before closing time at a location of the chain in Georgetown, Texas. According to the warrant, the customer asked the teenage employee: "So you are old enough to know better than to put your...
Austin Michael Symonds, an 18-year-old employee of a Papa Murphy's pizzeria in Georgetown, Texas, was arrested by police last week after he was allegedly caught by a customer rubbing his scrotum on a pizza order. According to the arrest...Show More Summary
A storied Georgetown manse was the setting for a Monday book party whose guest of honor was only a few moments late (darn those evening votes!). But when Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand made her entrance, there was no shortage of friends to greet the New York Democrat. Among the air-kissees: former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Export-Import […]
He will serve up to two years in prison. [ more › ]
The region’s college soccer scene is blessed with a wealth of quality programs, and while the Maryland and Virginia men’s programs are annual headliners and the Georgetown and UMBC men have raised their national status, several other teams are enjoying strong starts this season. Here are five to watch closely: 1. The Virginia women continued […]
The "head apologist" takes to Georgetown University to explain, as Barack Obama did, that ISIS is someone else's fault.
The potential of Apple Pay has ignited excitement amongst iOS fans since its announcement, but is Apple opening itself up to more regulation with the business expansion? Georgetown law professor Adam Levitin, a specialist in financial regulation,...
Dana A. Renus (North Carolina), Confidence Breach: A Breakdown in Professional Self-Regulation, 92 Tex. L. 1599 (2014) (reviewing Tanina Rostain (Georgetown) & Milton C. Regan, Jr. (Georgetown), Confidence Games: Lawyers, Accountants, and the Tax Shelter Crisis (MIT Press, 2014)): At the turn of the twenty-first century, lawyers at several of...
New research suggests that children from wealthy families are hit harder by divorce than children from families with less income. A study at Georgetown University, published in the most recent issue of the journal Child Development, found that divorce causes behavioral problems in more wealthy children than it does in children of poor families. Show More Summary
I strongly suggest you read Georgetown law professor Adam Levitin’s new post on why he believes Apple’s newly announced Apple Pay service puts Apple under the CFPB’s jurisdiction but virtue of having made itself a regulated financial institution. And Levitin means all of Apple’s consumer services, not just Apple Pay. He believes that Apple is […]