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Some news you might have missed while Vox was on break

McCourt gets more attention for his donation Frank McCourt‘s donation of $100 million to Georgetown’s new school of public policy was named the 10th most charitable donation in 2013, tying with 6 others. The list, made by the… Read More

McCourt Madness, day one: Academic ceremony held on Old North steps

On the steps of Old North, a formal academic ceremony was held on Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to Georgetown University, the McCourt School of Public Policy. At 4 p.m., the ceremony began with… Read More

Comments of the Week: Vox doesn’t know what we’re yelling about

Last week, Vox got excited about the new satellite Ben’s Chili Bowl in Rosslyn, listened in when Frank McCourt (COL ’75) described his record-setting $100 million gift to Georgetown, and attended Warren Buffett‘s rad talk in Gaston Hall. Eric took issue with Vox‘s… Read More

Voicebox: You know, Frank McCourt’s a little dodgy

Join Sports Editor Chris Almeida (COL ’16), and Assistant Sports Editors Chris Castano (COL ’16), Brendan Crowley (COL ’16), and Joe Pollicino (COL ’16) this week to discuss Frank McCourt’s (COL ’75) management of the Dodgers, Paul White… Read More

Georgetown announces the McCourt School for Public Policy as the University’s newest school

In an email to the Georgetown University community, President Jack DeGioia announced the creation of the McCourt School for Public Policy as the University’s ninth school. Named after Frank H. McCourt (COL ’75), the new school is made… Read More

You’ve been a bad, bad Hoya: We’re talkin’ baseball edition

When it comes to the owners of sports teams, Georgetown has been able to cultivate both the good and the villainous. For the latter group, look no further than Frank McCourt (COL ’75), owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers,… Read More