Georgetown University Launches Center for the Study of Slavery and Its Legacies with Musical Performance
Georgetown University launched its new Center for the Study of Slavery and its Legacies with a performance and question-and-answer session on Tuesday.
“Called to Be: The Campaign for Georgetown,” which publicly launched this year through new banners around campus, aims to increase donor support.
Claudia Arias-Cirinna joined Georgetown’s Student Affairs team as the associate vice president and dean of students.
First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska spoke about the importance of continued support for Ukraine in a speech at Georgetown Sept. 21.
Madison Kim (CAS ’27) shares her experiences with paralyzing nostalgia, revealing that she finds power in refocusing her mind on the present and future, rather than the past.
Anvitha Reddy (SFS ’26) urges Georgetown to transition to the Common App, citing inequities in the current application process that lead to a lack of socioeconomic diversity in the student body.