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Caleigh Keating/The Hoya | Journalist Kara Swisher (SFS ’84) discussed the dangers and evolution of the internet and her professional journey as a pioneering technology reporter in a March 14 conversation in Gaston Hall.

Journalist, Georgetown Graduate Talks Evolution and Dangers of Technology

By Caleigh Keating, Events Desk Editor March 15, 2024

Technology journalist Kara Swisher (SFS ’84) stressed the dangers of the internet and reminisced about the excitement of reporting on the rise of the internet in a conversation that Georgetown University’s...

Maren Fagen/The Hoya | Dr. Anthony Fauci, a former adviser to the President for pandemic response, reflected on the legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic during the annual Whittington Lecture hosted by the McCourt School of Public Policy on Feb. 1.

Fauci Talks COVID-19 Response, Lessons in Whittington Lecture

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor February 2, 2024

Dr. Anthony Fauci discussed the importance of public health and scientific and policy lessons from the pandemic in Gaston Hall Feb. 1 as part of Georgetown University’s annual Whittington Lecture. During...

Trans and Nonbinary Activists Discuss Trans Rights in a Gaston Hall First

Trans and Nonbinary Activists Discuss Trans Rights in a Gaston Hall First

By Evie Steele September 29, 2023

A panel of trans and nonbinary activists, writers and legislators urged community members and Americans to stand with trans people in an event in Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall, the first ever...

Mondays with Melanie: A Visit from First Lady Zelenska and a Recap of Men’s Soccer

Mondays with Melanie: A Visit from First Lady Zelenska and a Recap of Men’s Soccer

By Melanie Elliott September 26, 2023

Join us every Monday for a wrap-up of the week’s hottest stories! For this week’s “Mondays With Melanie” podcast, we begin with Evie Steele’s (SFS ’26) and Caitlin McLean’s (CAS ’24) article...

Pete Buttigieg Speaks on Infrastructure, Climate, American Democracy

Pete Buttigieg Speaks on Infrastructure, Climate, American Democracy

By Jared Carmeli October 20, 2022

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg discussed new transportation and infrastructure policy, climate change and environmental justice, among other issues in a town hall-style discussion with students...

Prominent National Leaders Honor Late Professor Madeleine Albright

Prominent National Leaders Honor Late Professor Madeleine Albright

By Adora Zheng September 30, 2022

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton (SFS ’68) reflected on the accomplishments of the late Secretary of State and Georgetown professor Madeleine Albright...

Tanzanian Author Discusses Post-Colonial Literature and the Writing Craft

Tanzanian Author Discusses Post-Colonial Literature and the Writing Craft

By Elyza Bruce September 15, 2022

Writing is about finding voice in the nuances of the human experience, Tanzanian author and Nobel Laureate Abdulrazak Gurnah said at an event Sept. 14.  The event, titled “A Conversation with...

Coates: Storytelling Must be Used to Ignite Social Change

Coates: Storytelling Must be Used to Ignite Social Change

By Annie Kane March 24, 2022

Americans must fight for their right to imagine a better future, Ta-Nehisi Coates said at a March 22 event in Gaston Hall.  The event, titled “A Conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates,” featured...

Senator Elizabeth Warren Discusses Leveling the Playing Field

Senator Elizabeth Warren Discusses Leveling the Playing Field

By Annie Kane December 3, 2021

Gaston Hall erupted in deafening applause as Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) took to the stage for a Nov. 30 discussion with the Georgetown University community.  The event, titled “A Conversation...

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A Star Was Born at Georgetown: An Interview With Bradley Cooper

By Kyra DiMarco September 14, 2018

Ask Georgetown students about their favorite alumni and, odds are, many will name Bradley Cooper (COL ’97). The film icon began his career with a 1999 television guest role in “Sex and the City”...

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Actor and director Bradley Cooper (COL 97), returned to Georgetown on Tuesday to reflect on his new film A Star is Born and share his Georgetown memories.

Cooper Returns, Promotes New Film

By Madeline Charbonneau September 14, 2018

When it comes to his dreams, Bradley Cooper (COL ’97) doesn’t take no for an answer. The actor and director attributed his success in film and life to hard work, dedication and authenticity...

March Sadness: Georgetown Edition

March Sadness: Georgetown Edition

By Sam Shapiro and Sam Shapiro April 3, 2018

As the real March Madness came to an end, we here at 4E decided to give some ~content~ to all of Hoya Nation who had to sit through another NCAA Tournament without a team to root for. We all have places...

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