Spring 2022

Print Edition

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Pomp & Circumstance

Government, finance, and international politics were the top three majors for last year’s graduating class.

Jerron Herman teaches movement from one of his solos in front of dance majors.
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Program explores disability as a ‘dimension of human diversity’

The academic field of disability studies took root at Georgetown in 2014 with a cluster of classes in theology, literature, and theater. From that small seed the program has grown and flourished, branching into a series of interdisciplinary collaborations across the university.

A Testimonial

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GUAA Corner: Reed Residence Re-envisioned

“All great houses have many tales to tell”

— John Courtin (C’70, L’78)

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Morning Fuel

The most-sold specialty drink at Georgetown’s Grounded café last semester was an iced vanilla caramel latte called U.G. Love. Almost a quarter of them used oat milk.

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A Perfect Match

The Corp once ran a campus date matching service each winter. Students filled out compatibility questionnaires, and members of The Corp matched people up before Valentine’s Day.

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The Last Word

Father David Pratt, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Endowed Orthodox Chaplain, on forming values that last.

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