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The Alternative to The Greek Email

By Ben Germano September 29, 2015

Georgetown’s policy not to recognize, support or interfere with fraternities and sororities is appropriate. Despite this, a recent email from Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and Associate...

Former FLL Dean James Alatis died at the age of 88.

Alatis, 88, Fostered Linguistics Growth

By Toby Hung March 20, 2015

When James E. Alatis graduated from the University of West Virginia in 1948, Georgetown was still a year away from establishing its School of Languages and Linguistics. Today, there are 105 students...

Meet the Professors: Marden Nichols

Meet the Professors: Marden Nichols

By Sara Carioscia and Sara Carioscia February 11, 2015

Classics Professor Marden Nichols currently teaches Roman Architecture and Introductory Latin. In past semesters she has taught Intro to Roman Archaeology, a study of Pompeii and an Advanced Latin course focusing...

1960s Film Explores Greek Politics

By Tim Markatos October 31, 2014

‘Any resemblance to real events and persons living or dead is not coincidental; it’s INTENTIONAL.” The ’60s was a monumental decade for film, but perhaps no other film from that era is quite...

Greek Eatery Packs Small Plates With Taste

By Breanna Moret November 16, 2012

5/5 stars $$ Cava Mezze is one of my most recent discoveries, and I admit that I’m a little obsessed. I heard about Cava through word of mouth, which is how it has become one of the most...

Latino Fraternity Joins GU Greek Groups

By Carly Graf April 24, 2012

Six students became the first-ever pledge line of the Georgetown colony of the Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Sunday, inaugurating the Latino fraternity’s presence on campus. Founding member Alberto Morales...

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