Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's New Day on CNN, Georgetown University professor and former MSNBC analyst Michael Eric Dyson likened police actions against black Americans to terrorism as CNN's Chris Cuomo argued that many voters were motivated to vote for Donald Trump by non-race-related issues like terrorism from ISIS. Show More Summary
Bradley Hayes overcame the death of his father to earn the Georgetown degree that will change his future.
Tanina Rostain (Georgetown) delivered the J. Donald Mawhinney Lectureship in Professional Ethics at the University of British Columbia Allard School of Law on Lessons from the Tax Shelter Wars: Tax Advice, Organizational Wrongdoing, and Enforcement Challenges: The turn of the 21st Century saw the development of an enormous tax shelter...
Brit Marling could have gone from the Chicago suburbs to Georgetown to Goldman Sachs to the next neat little box presented along her linear and stable progression of a life. Instead, she sent the man whose family she killed in a car crash to another Earth, became a time-traveling cult leader, infiltrated...
Georgetown Sociology Professor Michael Eric Dyson connected the dots for CNN on Wednesday between racism in America and Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory. During an appearance on CNN’s New Day, Dyson explained that Barack Obama’s presidency “provoked a kind of racial...
Georgetown professor and frequent political commentator Michael Eric Dyson argued on CNN's New Day Wednesday that violence from white people and "viscous police" was a far greater problem in America than Islamic terrorism.
Rodney Bullock scored 22 points, Kyron Cartwright nearly had a triple-double and Providence cruised to 74-56 win over Georgetown on Monday night
The president and his family are just like us... schlepping boxes when you move from one house to another. The Obamas are packin' up and moving boxes from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. to their new rental digs near Georgetown. They've got some art (no,…
(Georgetown University Medical Center) A synthesized steroid mirroring one naturally made by the dogfish shark prevents the buildup of a lethal protein implicated in some neurodegenerative diseases, reports an international research team studying an animal model of Parkinson's disease. Show More Summary
CARSON, Calif. – Keegan Rosenberry played every minute of his MLS rookie regular season. With the U.S. national team, he’s eager for his first. Rosenberry made a seamless leap from college soccer (Georgetown) to the pros (Philadelphia Union) last year. Summoned by new U.S. coach Bruce Arena this winter, the right back faces a fresh […]
One teenage robber carried a ‘machine gun,’ victims said.
L.J. Peak scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half and Georgetown overcame a 14-point deficit for a 72-69 win over former Big East rival Connecticut on Saturday afternoon
Georgetown guard Rodney Pryor earned some serious style points today with the one-handed dunk to wrap up this alley-oop. (Bonus: a ridiculous Gus Johnson call is included.) Read more...
TODAY'S TV Event Time TV NBA San Antonio vs. Phoenix 5:00 NBATV Men's college basketball UConn at Georgetown 11 am Ch. 4 Dayton at Duquesne 11 am CBSSN Duke at Louisville 11 am ESPN Georgia at Florida 11 am ESPN2 Minnesota at Penn State 11 am ESPNU Seton Hall at Providence 11 am FSSW Miami at Pitt 11 am FSSW+ Villanova at St. Show More Summary
by Dave Segal Minh Nguyen & Matthew McBride At a time when small music festivals struggle to survive and thrive, Corridor is charging into its second edition with gusto and confidence. No matter that it’s held during the deadest time...Show More Summary
Driving along Rock Creek Parkway, near Georgetown in Washington, D.C., you may glance out your car window and notice this odd masonry structure with a small plaque in front. Located right off the highway onramp, these are the remains of the old Godey Lime Kilns. Constructed in 1864 by William H. Show More Summary
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Mary Jo Kopechne once lived in the home set in a 'cool,' walkable area.
A program at Georgetown University concentrates on leadership skills and collaborating.
At "Pandemic Preparedness in the Next US Presidential Administration," a gathering of students and global health experts from academia, government and advocacy at Georgetown on January 10, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, and other global health leaders encouraged the incoming Trump administration to plan ahead.
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