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Matteo Sachman, ‘Carefree, Spontaneous’ Hoya First-Year, Dies at 19

Matteo Sachman, ‘Carefree, Spontaneous’ Hoya First-Year, Dies at 19

By Evie Steele January 19, 2024

Matthew “Matteo” Sachman, a first-year in Georgetown University’s College of Arts and Sciences who impressed his friends with his good humor and cheerful energy, died Jan. 1 in his hometown of New...

VIEWPOINT: Celebrating Anne Marie Becraft

By Melanne Verveer April 18, 2017

Today, Georgetown dedicated Anne Marie Becraft Hall in recognition of a trailblazing free black woman who devoted her life to the education of African-Americans during the 19th century. The building was...

Remember the 272

By Opinion Editor April 19, 2016

Georgetown students woke up to a front-page article in Sunday’s New York Times delving into the history behind the 1838 Georgetown sale of 272 slaves. In many ways, the article was a necessary jolt for...

Megan Schmidt

Bringing Our Attention Back to 9/11

By Kit Clemente September 11, 2014

For students and faculty members alike, every day of September seems to get harder as school gains momentum and the first real assignments are doled out. But for me, no day is harder than Sept. 11. Having...

Hilltop Holds Peace Conference

By Upasana Kaku September 9, 2011

As the community prepares to remember the violence of the Sept.11th terrorist attacks, students and faculty will close discussions in a conference designed to highlight recent successes and challenges...

Remembering Unsung Heroes

By Joseph Knowles September 9, 2011

Everybody needs a hero. We need someone who inspires and brings the very best out of us. Unfortunately, our generation continues to misunderstand the concept of heroism. We seem to equate media exposure...

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