Fall 2019

Georgetown has amazing alumni, and probably the best part of my job as editor of this magazine is the chance to meet you and, when I am really lucky, to have in-depth conversations about the great work you are doing in the world in gestures large and small.

Read Editor Jeffrey Donahoe’s full letter »

Print Edition

Read the print edition of the Fall 2019 issue online.

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Campus News

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Poetry by Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson. Novels like The Handmaid’s Tale and Sing, Unburied, Sing. These works are required reading for Georgetown School of Medicine students in the Literature…

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Since Uber has not raised its drivers’ commissions in response to driver protests in May, the study targets policymakers to create a commission to assess how DC benefits from these…

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More Than a Meal

Noobtsaa Philip Vang (MBA’16) craved his mother’s cooking. It was 2014, and he had just moved to DC to start his MBA at the McDonough School of Business.

Alumni News and Profiles

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When football Coach Lou Little arrived on the Hilltop in 1924, the program became a campus obsession.

Yvonne M. Singh (C’82) directed Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf as a fine arts (theater concentration) honors thesis with the newly founded Black Theater Ensemble. The cast included, front row, left to right: Brenda Wright Porter, Tracey Lowe, Angela Prudhomme. Second row, left to right: Susan L. West, Debra Regan, Yvonne M. Singh, Lorette Lee. Third row, left to right: Jackie Copeland, Collette Free.

While Soyica Colbert (C’01) was not a Black Theater Ensemble member, she was familiar with it through friends who were members. “One of the exciting things about this co-curricular group…

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