Spring 2024


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Georgetown music offers collaboration in composition, study, and performance across a variety of genres.

A conversation with nurse bioethicist Christine Grady (N’74, G’93) and her husband, new faculty member Anthony Fauci

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For 10 years Georgetown students, staff, alumni, and faculty have been transformed by retreats at the Calcagnini Contemplative Center

Print Edition

Read the print edition of the Spring 2024 issue online.

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Faces in the crowd

The university has started a new storytelling series called Georgetown Faces. Visit g.town/faces to learn about the unsung heroes, beloved figures, and dedicated Hoyas who make Georgetown special.

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A Testimonial

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GUAA Corner: ‘If you graduated from Georgetown, chances are you grabbed your diploma and left campus through Healy Gates to start your life as a proud alum. No more than 100 steps from those iconic gates, walking along O Street, is Wagner Alumni House. Located at 3604 O Street, it is home to all visiting Georgetown alumni as well as the Georgetown University Alumni Association.’

— Julia Farr (C’88, Parent’19, ’21, ’24), executive director of the Georgetown University Alumni Association

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Time to fly

During your next long commute, tune into “The Fly,” GU Politics’ student- run podcast. Guests include senators, media personalities, political analysts, and more.

Dr. Shazetta Thompson-Hill, ordained elder in the Methodist Church, on cultivating belonging
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The Last Word

Dr. Shazetta Thompson-Hill, ordained elder in the Methodist Church, on cultivating belonging

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