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School of Foreign Service Marks 100 Years of Global Service

In the aftermath of World War I, the United States emerged as both a military and economic power. “This critical moment in world history inspired the creation of the first U.S. school of international affairs,” says Joel Hellman, dean of the Walsh School of Foreign Service. Read More

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Bill Clinton Remembers Georgetown

Twenty-five years after his first presidential election win, former President Bill Clinton (F'68) returned to campus as the centerpiece of “Clinton 25: Georgetown Reflects on the Vision of Bill Clinton,” a three-day symposium in November put on by the McCourt School of Public Policy and its Institute of Politics and Public Service. Read More

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Staging all the World

Behind the scenes, an ambassador and a theater professor wield the power of performances to affect political change in Washington, D.C., and across the globe. Read More

The Lab cohosted a 2017 conference, Beyond the Four Walls, which featured Amarillo, performed by Mexico City’s Teatro Linea de Sombra.

A Fast Track to Global Citizenship

One day during her junior year, Donna Hernandez (F'13) was running an errand that took her past the busy Foggy Bottom Metrorail stop. As crowds rushed by, she checked her email and stopped cold. Read More

Donna Hernandez