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Georgetown University Bans Glue Traps

April 2012

PETA encouraged Georgetown University, the third most vegan-friendly small college in the U.S., to extend its compassion to even the smallest of animals by halting the use of glue traps for rodent control. The university agreed, and by doing so, it joins the ranks of the many notable colleges, including the University of Washington, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Johns Hopkins University, that have sworn off the use of these cruel devices.