Every Friday, we choose an alum who has been making headlines—for better or for worse.
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Eleanor Holmes Norton ’63MA, ’64LLB

In Congress, she’s the Doyenne of DC and the Voice without a Vote. For 17 years, Georgetown U. law prof Eleanor Holmes Norton ’63MA, ’64LLB, has served as DC delegate to the House. She can’t vote because the District, as she tells everyone, has taxation but no representation. But trust us: she can hold her own. Even on The Colbert Report, where she once asked the host, “Why would you think that I find you attractive at all?”

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