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When Hoya Met Hoya: Mini Love Stories of Meet-Cutes on the Hilltop

There are no shortage of love stories at Georgetown. From meet-cutes on the GUTS Bus, in religion class and at an embassy, learn how these Hoyas met their loved…

February 14, 2024

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Hoyas on the Campaign Trail: Students Track Presidential Primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire

At the start of the spring semester, students in the Presidential Nominations Lab met with major political players, voters and journalists and watched their coursework play out…

January 29, 2024

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A Student’s Reflection on Her First Semester of College at Georgetown

Going into college this past fall, Sydney Carroll (C'27) was excited and nervous. As she starts her second semester, read the lessons she’s learned in a few months on the…

January 19, 2024

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Georgetown Honors Alumnus Who Fights for Social Justice on the Stage

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Georgetown University honored Reginald L. Douglas (C’09), an alumnus and rising artistic leader in Washington, DC, who has worked to champion…

January 17, 2024

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A Slower Way to Amp Up Your Productivity

Professor Cal Newport doesn’t make New Year’s resolutions. He tunes up his systems and fires up goals at the beginning of the school. …

January 8, 2024

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Grammy-Nominated Professor Explains Why Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ Is So Popular

Grammy-nominated Professor Carlos Simon breaks down what makes Mariah Carey’s hit the quintessential Christmas…

December 21, 2023

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Meet The Voice Behind NPR Fresh Air’s Book Reviews

Maureen Corrigan is an English professor in the College of Arts & Sciences. She's also one of the most recognizable voices on the radio as the book critic on NPR's Fresh.…

December 19, 2023

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Student-Run Ambulance Service Celebrates 40 Years of Caring for Fellow Students

Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service, or GERMS as it is affectionately called, provides free, around-the-clock emergency services to the campus and surrounding…

December 7, 2023

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College of Arts & Sciences Alumnus and DOJ War Crimes Researcher Wins 2024 Rhodes Scholarship

Thomas Batterman (C’22), a researcher who investigates war crimes at the Department of Justice and who made new discoveries about a medieval plague while at Georgetown, has won…

November 13, 2023

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Georgetown Recognizes Faculty, Honors Distinguished University Professors at Faculty Convocation

Two faculty members of the College of Arts & Sciences were honored as Distinguished University Professors at this year's fall faculty…

November 6, 2023