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Georgetown students vote to compensate descendants of Jesuit-sold slaves

Students at Georgetown University voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to pass a referendum that would create a new student fee each... Read more

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Hoya no more: Georgetown rescinds McCarrick's honorary degree

Georgetown University announced on Tuesday that it would rescind the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters the school conferred on disgraced... Read more

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Georgetown Law helps Texas diocese fight border wall

The Diocese of Brownsville, Texas, is due in court next week to contest a claim of eminent domain by the... Read more

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Georgetown students' commission votes not to sanction pro-marriage group

Georgetown University's Student Activities Commission voted Friday to maintain university funding for Love Saxa, a pro-marriage student group that had... Read more

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Awaiting hearing, Georgetown pro-marriage group draws support from Catholic leaders

A pro-marriage student group at Georgetown University has drawn support from prominent Catholic scholars, after a student petition accused the... Read more

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Georgetown pro-marriage group faces sanctions after students complain

A pro-marriage student group at Georgetown University is in danger of being defunded and barred from campus facilities, after fellow... Read more

Crowds at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., Jan. 27, 2017.

Pro-life leaders: Life has value. Always.

All life is valuable – especially those who are suffering, urged speakers at a recent pro-life program at Georgetown University... Read more

Sanda Green Thomas, president of GU272 Descendants Association, speaks at the Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope at Georgetown University, April 18, 2017.

Georgetown begins to make amends for 1838 sale of enslaved persons

One hundred and seventy-nine years ago, two Jesuit priests sold 272 persons at a slave auction. Their families were torn... Read more

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Georgetown announces steps to make amends for 1838 slave sale

Nearly 200 years after hosting a slave sale on campus in order to pay off school debt, Georgetown University has... Read more

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A rally, not a dialogue – Georgetown students spurn Cecile Richards’ talk

Students at Georgetown University said that while a speaking invitation to the head of Planned Parenthood could have been an... Read more

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No one is beyond conversion, Abby Johnson tells Georgetown students

No matter how deeply someone may be entrenched in the culture of death, they are never beyond the loving reach... Read more

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Georgetown gets verbally shanked over Planned Parenthood invite

Georgetown University is facing strong criticism from Catholic leaders for defending a student group's invite of Planned Parenthood president Cecile... Read more