Airbnb Arbitration Clause Upheld by D.C. Judge

Airbnb Arbitration Clause Upheld by D.C. Judge

On Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016, a decision by Judge Christopher Cooper, for the D.C. United States District Court, upheld Airbnb’s arbitration clause. The case addressed the issue of whether Airbnb’s sign-up procedure sufficiently notifies its users of the terms and conditions of membership, specifically the organization’s dispute resolution process. What this means, for those renting […]

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

This week, Aug. 14-20, 2016, people, like the newly appointed Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, may be taking note of an Olympic event other than the one in Rio de Janeiro – the Library Olympics. This summer, the librarians at the University of Dayton came together for their second annual Library Olympics. Events included the Journal […]

Shooting in Washington D.C. Locks Down White House [Updated]

Shooting in Washington D.C. Locks Down White House [Updated]

On May 20, 2016, at 3:28 p.m. EDT, “The Washington Post” reported a shooting that resulted in the White House being locked down occurred shortly after 2:00 p.m. The U.S. Park Police sent out a tweet stating one person was shot. A representative for the D.C. Fire and EMS Department indicated the unidentified victim was in […]

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