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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Georgetown University
Former President Bill Clinton said Wednesday much of his economic agenda and efforts to reform welfare were often misunderstood by the public, media and critics during his presidency. The details of the specific policies and the results, he said, mattered most.
Celebrations to honor the Catholic Church’s two newest saints — Popes John XXIII and John Paul II — continue around the D.C. area.
Court documents show that a student at Georgetown University has been charged with possession of a biological toxin after ricin was found in a dorm room.
Officials have given the all clear after investigating a bomb threat at Georgetown University's Washington, D.C., campus.
Georgetown University seems to be in serious danger of losing what makes it truly special: its historical commitment to a quality Catholic education. The university's stately spires, topped with crosses and standing high above the nation's capital, are a permanent reminder of the fervent Catholic faith and vision of Archbishop John Carroll and his fellow Jesuit missionaries who founded Georgetown the same year the U.S. Constitution was ratified.
It comes as no surprise to me that Georgetown University invited Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to speak to Public Policy Institute graduates ("Georgetown catches flak for Sebelius invite," Nation, Wednesday).
In what has become an annual tradition, another Catholic university has come under fire for its choice of commencement speaker.
Are the Rev. Thomas J. Reese and 90 Georgetown University faculty members really taking Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, to task for supposedly hurting the poor and not being Catholic enough in his budget proposal ("Cross-referencing," Inside the Beltway: Web, Tuesday)?
President Obama Friday telephoned the Georgetown University law school student who spoke out about contraceptive policy to express his disappointment at the "crude" and "reprehensible" comments directed at her by Rush Limbaugh, the White House said.
D.C. college students are raising a ruckus over changes in a city law requiring them to pipe down.