Alumni Stories

Georgetown alumni are passionate and driven leaders, prompting worldwide change in industries such as business, public policy, healthcare and the arts. Read about Hoyas making their mark as men and women for others.

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Deck the Hilltop: Georgetown University's Christmas Tree in Dahlgren Quad
Dec 2017

Deck the Hilltop

By Chelsea Burwell Dropping temperatures and falling leaves across Healy Lawn signal not only the end of the semester, but the beginning of the holiday season. Behind the scenes, Georgetown’s...
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17th-century Iron Cross
Oct 2017

Smithsonian Exhibition on Religious Diversity in Early America Relies on an Alumnus and a Georgetown Icon

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History's exhibit "Religion in Early America" includes a 17th-century iron cross from Georgetown. The museum's fabrication shop created a wooden replica...
Oct 2017

Sacred Spaces

Georgetown University’s mission statement declares that the university was founded “on the principle that serious and sustained discourse among people of different faiths, cultures, and beliefs promotes intellectual, ethical, and spiritual understanding.” That commitment to inviting diverse...

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Catch the Breeze, DC's ultimate team with Georgetown alumni
Aug 2017

Catch the Breeze

By Jeffrey Donahoe Georgetown has a tradition of strong women’s and men’s Ultimate Frisbee club sports teams, and some of the Frisbee-flinging Hoyas from the men’s team have gone pro. While he hasn't...
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1829 “Regulations for the Students of Georgetown College”
May 2017

To Promote the Advancement of Virtue and Learning

The final of the 27 rules of the Regulations for the Students of Georgetown College 1829 states that "prompt obedience and submission to their professors, prefects, and superiors will be expected...
Career Spotlight
T.J. Connolly
Apr 2017

Hoya Highlights: T.J. Connolly (B’06)

Vice President, Sales and Hospital Relationships, Care+Wear What has been the most rewarding moment of your career? Helping younger people navigate through their careers has been incredibly...
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Raoul L. Wientzen Jr.
Apr 2017

Career Spotlight: Raoul L. Wientzen Jr. (C'68, M'72)

Medical Director, Rostropovich Foundation and Professor of Pediatrics, GUMC (retired) As a Georgetown graduate of both the college and medical school, what aspect of the Jesuit tradition has had the...
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Randy Goldberg
Apr 2017

Career Spotlight: Randy Goldberg (B'00)

Co-founder, Bombas Where did you find your inspiration for Bombas? Can you tell us a little about the story behind the name? My co-founder and I read a quote in a press release from the Salvation...
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Mary (Jarmain) Giuliani
Apr 2017

Hoya Highlights: Mary (Jarmain) Giuliani (C'97)

Author, Founder & CEO, Mary Giuliani Catering & Events What has been the most rewarding moment of your career? Growing a business from one employee to hundreds and being able to provide a...
Career Spotlight
Mar 2017

Career Spotlight: Richard E. Bennett II (B'03) & Renee Cherkezian (N'03)

Co-Founders, Epicured What inspired you to start Epicured? Was it the Jesuit motto of cura personalis , or care of the whole person? RICH: The phrase cura personalis and the idea of “women and men...
Career Spotlight
Mar 2017

Career Spotlight: Paul J. Coughlin III (C'86)

Owner, Taconic Distillery How has your love for the great outdoors and appreciation for American history inspired Taconic Distillery? With a passion for the outdoors and a desire to work the land, my...
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Ahilan Arulanantham
Feb 2017

A Voice for the Voiceless

Awarded a 2016 MacArthur "genius grant," ACLU lawyer Ahilan Arulanantham (C'94) seeks to transform U.S. immigration policy. Photo courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. By...

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