Study: (Almost) Everything they say about major choice and unemployment is true

A recent study by the Georgetown Public Policy Institute’s Center of Education and the Work Force reminded students that they should give up their dreams of becoming the next Foucault if they ever want to find a decent… Read More

District Digest: Baseball and Burmese activism

Vox brings back the District Digest; a helpful guide to news from the D.C. area. This week we have mixed news on unemployment rates, the visit of Burmese activist Aung San Suu Kyi, and a little recap of… Read More

Georgetown Law extends post-grad funding program

Remember how five Georgetown Law Center grads went on NPR‘s “All Things Considered” last summer to commiserate about their employment opportunities? We guess they didn’t know about GULC’s post-grad funding program. As initially reported by Above the Law,… Read More

A novel solution for the unemployed college grad: sue the career center!

If this fail proof tactic didn’t work, there’s always litigation! If you’re one of the many jobless recent grads out there, Monroe College alumna Trina Thompson may have found the perfect solution for you: sue your college’s career… Read More