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Artist Chella Man Visits Campus as Part of Ongoing Intersectionality Series

By Nola Goodwin January 26, 2024

Artist Chella Man visited campus for a film screening and Q&A in Lohrfink Auditorium as part of a series about intersectionality Jan. 23.  The Intersectionality Series, sponsored by the Georgetown...

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Gaston Hall hosted a screening of “Free to Rock” this Tuesday, featuring a panel discussion on how rock ‘n’ roll shaped the Cold War-era USSR.

Battle of the Bands

By Sarah Martin November 20, 2015

At 7:30 p.m., a motley crew of around 200 filled Gaston Hall on Tuesday. At first glance, it seemed a typical lecture event, except for the fact that students were sitting next to faculty members,...

Friendly Screening Sours

By Mallika Sen November 8, 2013

Students for Justice in Palestine withdrew its co-sponsorship of a film screening with the Georgetown Israel Alliance and J Street U, an event that was supposed to herald an unprecedented collaboration...

Gingrich Film Honors John Paul II

By Matt Joseloff April 19, 2010

Examining communism's grasp on post-war Poland, last night former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) screened his new film that recounts Pope John Paul II's pilgrimage to the country and the visit's role...

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