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  • Spring 2006 Student News

    Graduate Appointed Junior Fellow Rebecca Medway, a senior sociology major, has been appointed a Junior Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, which recognizes undergraduate se

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  • Spring 2006 Student News

    Senior Addresses Fellow Graduates at Senior Dinner Elisa Cervantes spoke to her fellow graduating class of sociology majors at the annual senior dinner in April 2006. Below is her speech: When I was a

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  • Fall 2007 Student News

    Student Named John Kenneth Galbraith Scholar José Zach Canto, class of 2008, was recently named a John Kenneth Galbraith Scholar (awarded June 2006 from the Harvard Univ. Kennedy School of Government

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  • Fall 2010 Student News

    Student Brings Georgetown Student Tutors to Urban High School By the time Daniel Porterfield, Georgetown’s Senior Vice President for Strategic Development, approached Rebecca Shinners (C’09) about coo

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  • Fall 2010 Student News

    Student Starts Volunteer Tutoring Program Life as a volunteer at Cristo Rey New York High School so far has been nothing less than an adventure. I teach one section of sophomore Spanish. On top of te

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  • Spring 2013 Student News

    Student Founded Si Se Puede Network Adan Gonzalez (C’15) founded the Si Se Puede Network to help disadvantaged students keep up their grades, perform community service, and develop leadership skills.

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  • Fall 2013 Student News

    Brother Wants Parents To Stop Siblings' Homeschooling By Michel Martin, Host August 6, 2013- We're switching gears now and at this point in the summer, many American families are focusing on squeezin

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  • Spring 2014 Student News

    Homeschooling: Do Parents Give Children a Good Education?   By Marcia Clemmitt, CQ Press Scholars estimate that about 2 million Americans ages 5 through 17 are home schooled. That's less than 4 perce

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  • Spring 2014 Student News

    KENDALL CIESEMIER RAISES $940K FOR KIDS IN AFRICA   Glamour magazine’s Cindi Leive honors 21-year-old Georgetown college student Kendall Ciesemier, who has created a charity called Kids Caring 4 Kids

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  • Korean State and the Rise of Civil Society: Comparative Perspectives

    May 7-10, 1995 ProspectusRecent changes in polity and market have turned the attention of scholars and policy-makers in Korea to issues of "civil society." Yet whatever scholars may suggest about

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