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Face Our History

Face Our History

The university’s decision to retain the name of Mulledy Hall, one of two buildings that constitute the new Spirit of Georgetown Residential Academy, is both tone-deaf and offensive. Although University President John J. DeGioia’s statement to the university community on Aug. 24 contends that the university executes this choice with[Read More…]

by September 1, 2015 0 comments Editorial, Opinion, Opinion - Top

Jesuit Center to Shut Doors After 40 Years

The Woodstock Theological Center will close June 30 after serving as a home for Jesuit-informed research and reflection at Georgetown since 1973. Woodstock Center Director Fr. Gasper LoBiondo, S.J., said the decision was finalized in early January by the Jesuit Provincials of the Maryland, New York and New England Provinces,[Read More…]

by February 22, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News
H2OYAS Pushes for Clean Water

H2OYAS Pushes for Clean Water

A Catholic studies seminar that began last year is making waves in an effort to provide clean drinking water in Africa. Taught by Fr. Richard Curry, S.J., the seminar, “Kenya: Clean Water Project,” was first offered last January. The class was conceived by Matt Demicola (COL ’13) and Pat Clancy[Read More…]

by September 21, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News

First Black Undergraduate Dies

Samuel Halsey Jr. (SFS ’53), who died last month at the age of 87, left behind three siblings, four children and more than a dozen grandchildren and great-grandchildren. But he also left an enduring legacy at Georgetown as the first black undergraduate to be admitted to the school. Valedictorian of his high[Read More…]

by March 28, 2012 0 comments News

ROGERS: A Papacy Divinely Guided

Like many of you, I awoke last Monday to astonishing news: Benedict the XVI was going to resign his papacy. It has been over a week since that news shook the world and still the questions keep coming at me from all sides. “What do you think of the Pope’s[Read More…]

by February 22, 2012 0 comments Opinion, Uncategorized