Archive: Students

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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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The Results Are In: Student-Led Initiative Helps Get Out the Vote

At 11:00 a.m. on election day, Alex Grass (C’24) will walk with students from the John Carroll statue on main campus to a nearby school to vote. Grass, who’s on the…

November 8, 2022

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Georgetown Named Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Student Awardees

Georgetown University is the second highest producer of U.S. Fulbright Student Program awardees for 2021-2022, the U.S. Department of State announced on February.…

March 3, 2022

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Meet the 2021 Tropaia and Faculty of Languages and Linguistics Award Recipients

Georgetown College gathered virtually to celebrate the Class of 2021 and honor our exceptional seniors at the annual Tropaia and Faculty of Languages and Linguistics (FLL)…

May 22, 2021

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Making Georgetown Communication More Accessible, Inclusive for All

As Georgetown shifted to an online learning environment last spring, there was an increase in virtual communication through websites, email and social media. Libbie Rifkin,…

April 8, 2021

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History Class Holds Virtual Art Show and Musical Performances As Part of Course Final

Each year, Department of History professor Bryan McCann teaches the course HIST 099 Rio de Janeiro to a large group of undergraduates. Though the class was held over Zoom this…

December 14, 2020

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Alumni Advisors for Social Responsibility Network Share Insights with Service-Minded Students

The Social Responsibility Network (SRN) connects Georgetown College students interested in service-based careers with College alumni mentors currently working in the field. As…

December 8, 2020

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As US Election Results Were Tallied, New Latinx History Professor Discussed the Hispanic Vote with Class

Mike Amezcua, a professor in the Department of History, is teaching one of the first courses centered around Latinx history in the United States at Georgetown. With the…

November 9, 2020

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Historic Election Prompts Immediate Uncertainty, Continued Encouragement for Civic Engagement

Jennifer Woolard, professor and chair of psychology and adjunct professor of law, says she’s listened to students on the lead up to Nov. 3 as they expressed anxiety over how…

November 5, 2020

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Two Sociology Professors Teach Course that Examines Impacts of COVID-19 on Society

Due to the vast and pervasive effects of COVID-19, two sociologists are offering a new course about the social impacts of pandemics. This fall, Katharine Donato, interim chair of…

September 1, 2020