georgetown university Archives

Legendary Diplomat Madeline Albright Just Gave Trump Flunkie Devin Nunes a Big ‘F’ You

February 9, 2018

Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright was the first woman ever to hold such high office, but she was born Marie Jean “Madlenka” Korbel on May 15, 1937, in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Just a year later in 1938 Hitler and the Nazis…

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College Making Historic And ‘Unprecedented’ Amends To Ancestors Of Slaves It Once Benefited From

September 1, 2016

Georgetown University Acknowledges Relationship To Slavery With Commendable Moves The college will establish a “living and evolving” memorial to the slaves off of which the school benefited. eorgetown University has announced some of the actions it will take to address…

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With The Middle Class Disappearing, There Is No Time For Haircuts

January 20, 2016

What’s going on with Bernie Sanders’ hair? What’s up with Bernie Sanders’ hair? A political science expert explains that it makes perfect sense for the insurgent presidential candidate not to comb his hair Here’s why. Bernie Sanders bucks convention in almost…

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