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TEDxGeorgetown Hosts Seasons For Change Conference

TEDxGeorgetown Hosts ‘Seasons For Change’ Conference

By Ranee Brady April 29, 2023

Five students and five external speakers presented on topics ranging from diversity, equity and inclusion to personal adversity during TEDxGeorgetown’s annual conference.  At the student-organized...

Lawn Chats: Georgetown Clubs, Food and Stereotypes (CAB Fair Edition)

Lawn Chats: Georgetown Clubs, Food and Stereotypes (CAB Fair Edition)

By Amna Shamim September 16, 2022

On this episode of “Lawn Chats,” Multimedia staffer Amna Shamim (COL ’25) spoke with students at this year’s Council of Advisory Boards (CAB) fair to get their takes on a variety of Georgetown-specific...

Student Artist Profile: Mario Cobo-Aguirre Breaks Down Five Photographs

By Valerie Blinder April 8, 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6x-0UOM8Nk&t=80s Some students know Mario Cobo-Aguirre (COL '24) from class, but others know him for his hobby-turned-profession as a photographer. Having picked...

New Student Club Spotlight: Georgetown Women in Film (GWIF)

By Millie Bohn March 16, 2022

https://youtu.be/i9l2KRHjliM In this debut episode of the Student Club Spotlight series, multimedia staff member Millie Bohn (COL '24) interviews Mackenzie Rabin (SFS '24), the president of the new...

VERTIGO PODCAST: Recent Graduate Talks NFTs, Entrepreneurship, and Work-Life Balance Beyond the Hilltop

VERTIGO PODCAST: Recent Graduate Talks NFTs, Entrepreneurship, and Work-Life Balance Beyond the Hilltop

By Irini Fournier February 24, 2022

https://youtu.be/mrPQtRT_JHE Vertigo is a podcast series on entrepreneurship, mindfulness, healthy work ethics and how to navigate Georgetown socialization without losing one’s purpose. Named Vertigo...

The Long Road to Restorative Justice At Georgetown

The Long Road to Restorative Justice At Georgetown

By Sydney Raymond and Alex Brown February 18, 2022

In fall 2020, Felicia Miller (COL ’23) began working on a solution for a problem she had identified in Georgetown University’s disciplinary process — a fully punitive system with no opportunities...

“A Clear Violation of the Law”: Professors Reject Student Disability Accommodations

“A Clear Violation of the Law”: Professors Reject Student Disability Accommodations

By Mia Rasamny February 4, 2022

Caitlin McDermott (COL ’23) was hoping for a Zoom class environment that was educational, interesting and respectful of her identity as a deaf student when she began taking the course “Forensic Linguistics”...

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Colombia Peace Agreement Proves Necessity of Compromise in Peacemaking, Former President Says

By Claire Stowe November 19, 2021

Collaboration, team-building and restorative justice are central aspects to peacemaking and peacebuilding, former President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos said at a Nov. 18 event.  The event,...

GULC Received Record-Breaking Amount in Donations During 150th Anniversary of Law Center

GULC Received Record-Breaking Amount in Donations During 150th Anniversary of Law Center

By Akashdiya Chakraborty November 19, 2021

The Georgetown University Law Center announced a record-breaking $56 million in donations over the past year, marking the highest amount in gifts received by the school. The donations will help to...

New Disability Ethics Module Piloted in Bioethics Course

New Disability Ethics Module Piloted in Bioethics Course

By Abby Tucker November 19, 2021

Following a current pilot program, Georgetown University will introduce a three-week disability ethics module into “Intro to Ethics” course syllabi. A three-week disability ethics module is being...

Graduate Students To Vote in Referendum on SCS Inclusion in GradGov

Graduate Students To Vote in Referendum on SCS Inclusion in GradGov

By Satya Heidrich-Amin November 18, 2021

The Georgetown University graduate student body is voting this week on a referendum to permanently include the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) in the Georgetown University Graduate Student Government...

Students Call to Reinstate Late Night Hours at Epi

Students Call to Reinstate Late Night Hours at Epi

By Giulia Testa November 12, 2021

Students are calling on Georgetown University to reinstate late night hours at the popular campus restaurant Epicurean and Company (Epi) on the weekends. The Georgetown University Student Association...

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