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Passion for the Process

By Claire Carrique April 30, 2015

Driven by sheer passion and a desire to gain experience in entrepreneurship, Tali Şalhon (MSB ’17) and his long-time friends Eytan Nahmiyas and Sinan Koc from his hometown in Istanbul, Turkey, have...

Learning How to Breathe

By Rhiannon Catalano April 9, 2015

Jason Garner spent the first 37 years of his life climbing the corporate ranks. He quickly went from being a flea market parking attendant to being CEO of Global Music at Live Nation. After the death...

Jonathan Quigley is a bartender who works at The Tombs. His quirky talents and jam-packed life have become well known among students.

Local Tombs Employee Raises the Bar

By Hannah Kaufman February 27, 2015

Jonathan Quigley is a man of many talents. A lawyer by day, a bartender by night and a father to three children 24 hours a day, Quigley has somehow managed to balance the different aspects of his life...

GU Real Estate Club Launched First Real Estate Week

By Bryan Yuen February 20, 2015

The Georgetown University Real Estate Club hosted its first-ever Real Estate Week, featuring several events, seminars and panels that exposed students to different sides of the industry. Real Estate...

Georgetown Bookstore employee Luanne Buzzanca likes to spend her free time finding ways to express herself and getting creative in the form of poetry.

A Poetic Voice from an Unexpected Place

By Hannah Kaufman February 13, 2015

On this hectic campus, it is all too easy to forget about the employees working almost every day to provide services for Georgetown students. LuAnne Buzzanca is a full-time cashier and customer service...

From left: Liam Foskett (SFS ’18), Eric Chen (SFS ’18), Mollie Coyle  (COL ’17), Andrew Frank (COL ’17), Arjun Gupta (COL ’17), Mara Goby (COL ’16) and Tithi Patel (SFS ’18).

Students Create Fundraisers for Local Nonprofits

By Emily Welch January 30, 2015

Georgetown organization founder Arjun Gupta (COL ’17) and member James McLoughlin (MSB ’17) open up about ‘Fundraisr,’ which provides pro bono services to non-profits in Washington D.C. Both...

Yatpang Cheung (MSB ’17) spent over 200 hours coding his new app “Blurtalk.”

Sophomore Designs Innovative Social App

By Hannah Kaufman November 21, 2014

On the Hilltop, students seem to juggle dozens of different projects, some of which are never fully realized because of time constraints and other priorities. This year, Yatpang Cheung (MSB ’17)...


From left: Kevin Carter (SFS ’16), Randy Puno (COL ’16) and chair Cheryl Lau (SFS ’16).

Conference Discusses the Unconventional

By Bryan Yuen November 14, 2014

In the rush of Georgetown life, it is easy to get too focused on the destination rather than the experience of the journey. Tomorrow, Georgetown will be hosting a TEDx conference, which is “a platform...

Student Movement Promotes Self-Reflection

By Bryan Yuen October 30, 2014

As founder of the Treehouse Project, Oliver Friedfeld (COL ’15) is trying to help students at Georgetown understand that professional, teleological and educational concerns must still be in balance...

Juan Gonzalez (COL ’15) spent an enlightening semester in India working with microfinance.

Senior Makes a Difference With Microfinance in India

By Bryan Yuen October 23, 2014

Not many people consider the slums of Pune, India, to be their desired study-abroad destination. But College senior Juan Gonzalez had an invaluable experience studying economics in Pune while interning...

Nancy Hinojos (MSB ’15) holds many campus positions, including being resident director of the Black House.

Senior Discusses Importance of Black House on Campus

By Justin Kotwicki October 16, 2014

Nancy Hinojos (MSB ’15) keeps herself very busy. She is a dancer in Groove Theory; she sits on the board of the Georgetown Aspiring Minority Business Leaders & Entrepreneurs; she is on the SFS...

‘In the Red and Brown Water’ on the Hilltop

By Jess Kelham-Hohler October 10, 2014

A new production of “In the Red and Brown Water,” co-produced by the Black Theatre Ensemble and the Theater and Performance Studies program, opens this week and runs through Oct. 18. This poetic,...

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