This year’s conference was among the largest in its history, with attendees from across the East Coast and as far as Texas, Missouri and North Dakota.
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The lawsuit charges that the 16 schools still give preference in admission to the children of wealthy donors, make waitlist decisions on the basis of a prospective student’s finances and family wealth, or decide whether to admit applicants for particular programs based on student or family finances.
Proposal raises concern university may miss an opportunity to provide students who identify as ‘LGBTQ’ with a supportive community that integrates Catholic teaching.
Love Saxa is in danger of being defunded and barred from campus facilities.
On April 18, Georgetown and the Maryland Jesuits apologized for their roles in the slave trade and started ongoing efforts to make amends.
More than 178 years ago, the Society of Jesus sold 272 black Catholics to Louisiana planters to save the university. But their enduring faith has helped Georgetown take a new direction.
‘My goal is not just to make abortion illegal: My goal is to make abortion unthinkable,’ Catholic pro-lifer said the same day that Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards spoke on campus.
Young activists stand up for life on and off campus.