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Devika Ranjan

Over the summer, Devika Ranjan (SFS ’17) lived along one of the world’s most dangerous borders with an important task at hand. Armed with nothing but a grant from the Catherine Davis Foundation, Ranjan was working on a peace-building project — one that did not entail moderating dialogue between opposing[Read More…]

by October 7, 2016 0 comments The Guide
Indra Acharya (COL ’18), who grew up as a refugee in Nepal, is now a freshman at Georgetown, running for the GUSA senate.

Finding Refuge on the Hilltop

Like many Georgetown students, Indra Acharya (COL ’18) is interested in pursuing a career in public service. He imagines himself running for the Senate in Vermont someday, or perhaps serving as a Supreme Court Justice. Like many ambitious freshmen, he ran for a position in the Georgetown University Student Association[Read More…]

by September 26, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top