Start your weekend off with a splash at a taco and pool party, then finish it off on a more relaxed note at a play about late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Words have consequences, and every time I read one of Scalia’s homophobic comments, I am reminded of how unnecessarily difficult it was to grow up gay.
Mid-campus motorcades and internships on the Hill have paid off for GW students again, as the University was named the most politically active campus in the nation by the Princeton Review for the third year in a row. This year Georgetown and American Universities fell off the top 20 list after being ranked No. 9 […]
Supreme Court justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg came to Lisner Auditorium on Thursday to talk about their long friendship and differing opinions on court decisions.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Nicole Dunsmore. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reminded the hundreds of people packed into Lisner Auditorium on Monday that the nation’s 227-year founding document does not hold all the answers to some of it’s biggest moral questions. Scalia stressed that while the U.S. Constitution remains the core of […]
Monday, Sept. 16 Antonin Scalia Lecture Listen to the Supreme Court justice give a speech to commemorate Constitution Day. Lisner Auditorium 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Ace the Interview, Get the Job Practice interview skills and learn how interviews vary across fields in this training session. Marvin Center, Room 301 12:30 p.m. Latino Heritage Celebration […]
Scalia will speak Monday, Sept. 16 at a lecture sponsored by the GW Law School. The event, which begins at 1 p.m., is open to all students who nab one of the free tickets.
Considered by many to be the intellectual linchpin of the conservative block on the Supreme Court, Scalia touched upon the necessity of both historical scholarship and legal expertise in forming opinions on cases within “a government of laws, not of men.”
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia jumped into the gender-neutral housing debate last weekend, criticizing a professor’s efforts to challenge mandatory same-sex dormitories. GW Law School professor John Banzhaf brought suit against Catholic University of America this summer after the religious institution banned first year co-ed dormitories. Banzhaf said the move qualified as sex discrimination under the D.C. Human Rights Act.
More than 200 newspapers and Web sites have picked up the Associated Press piece about Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank calling Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia “a homophobe” — but it wasn’t the first time the openly gay congressman had harsh words for the conservative justice. Speaking to the GW College Democrats two weeks before his […]