Georgetown To Give Slave Descendants Priority For AdmissionGeorgetown University is acknowledging the role slavery played in the prestigious university's history.
Judge Upholds Rabbi's Sentence Of 6.5 Years For Secretly Taping WomenThe rabbi sentenced to more than six years in prison for videotaping dozens of women as they prepared for a ritual bath returned to court.
Transgender Woman Files Complaint Over Breast Surgery Denial A transgender woman has filed a complaint against Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, saying she was denied breast implant surgery because of her gender identity.
Rabbi Gets More Than 6 Years For Secretly Videotaping WomenThe rabbi who previously pleaded guilty to secretly videotaping hundreds of women undressing in a changing room at a Jewish ritual bath was sentenced on Friday to 78 months behind bars.
Md. Man Convicted Of Killing Law Student In Jealous RageA former grad student has been convicted of killing a high school friend in a jealous rage.
Supporting Our Military On CampusUnder the GI Bill, veterans are provided with financial support for education, making college a viable dream.
Bethesda Teen Sentenced For Having Ricin In Georgetown U Dorm RoomNineteen-year-old Daniel Milzman was was caught with the toxin ricin in his Georgetown University dorm room earlier this year.
Georgetown University Student Dies On Spring Break Trip To Dominican RepublicGeorgetown University officials say a student has died while on spring break in the Dominican Republic.
Delaney Gift To Georgetown Honors Hillary ClintonU.S. Rep. John Delaney is making a gift to establish a Hillary Clinton Fellowship at Georgetown University's law school.
Georgetown To Offer Free Online Courses On EdXGeorgetown University plans to begin offering free online courses through a prominent online education provider.
MTV's Obama Interview To Include Georgetown VoicesMTV will gather some young voters at Georgetown University in Washington for their reactions to a live 30-minute interview with President Barack Obama that will be shown across its networks and platforms this week.
Surge Of Health-Care Jobs Expected In RegionThe Washington region is likely to see a surge in health-care jobs through the remainder of the decade as an aging population puts a strain on the modern workforce, according to Georgetown University researchers.