Spring 2023


Clockwise from top: Amy Kenny, the inaugural associate director of the university’s Disability Cultural Initiative and author of My Body Is Not a Prayer Request; Tiffany Yu (B’10), founder of the student group Diversability, now a nationwide community network; and Dominic DeRamo (C’23), student advocate and member of the Georgetown Disability Alliance.

The Disability Cultural Initiative is the most recent among an expanding number of academic and student programs designed to promote disability access, awareness, and empowerment.

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Part of an ever-growing experiential learning ecosystem, the Capitol Applied Learning Labs offers undergraduate students of all majors the opportunity to live and work in downtown DC for a semester.

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Since its launch 10 years ago, the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life has held nearly 150 dialogues, reaching a quarter of a million students, community members, and national and global participants both online and in-person.

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Students in the Science, Technology, and International Affairs program gain practical skills for careers in a wide range of fields, including environmental science, technology policy, and global health.

Print Edition

Read the print edition of the Spring 2023 issue online.

read on issuu: https://today.advancement.georgetown.edu/georgetown-magazine/spring-2023/#


Filming a Classic

On Friday, October 13, 1972, around 300 Georgetown students and staff—including Jesuits—worked as extras on the set of The Exorcist. Visit the Lauinger Library website for a special exhibit marking the 50th anniversary.


A Testimonial

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GUAA Corner: ‘Called to Be invokes the traditions on which we were built and the foundation from which we draw all of our current strengths, while also focusing our attention on what we imagine for ourselves in the future.’

— Bart Moore, vice president of Georgetown’s Office of Advancement

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Yellow Ribbon Program

Georgetown has more than doubled its tuition benefits for military-connected students, an expansion that will cover the annual cost of full-time undergraduate tuition for eligible students.

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The Last Word

Otto Hentz, S.J., theology professor since 1973, on his calling to serve students

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