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On View

The Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery dedicates its content to teaching and issues important to Georgetown while contributing to visual arts culture in Washington. Read More

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COVID-19 Alumni Resources and Updates

Georgetown Magazine is sharing key information about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on campus and on the alumni community, current as of mid-April. Read about COVID-19 alumni resources and updates. Read More

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Lives Well Lived—Spring 2020

Lives Well Lived honors a few alumni who have recently passed away with short obituaries. We share with you these portraits of alumni beyond the headlines who have made an indelible impact living day to day. Read More

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Changing the Narrative, Creating Chances

As a 12-year-old in Simsbury, Connecticut, Jason White (B'99) was already clear about what he wanted to do professionally: make ads for Nike, which had recently launched its now-iconic “Just Do It” slogan. White has been able to realize his vision, and Georgetown was part of that success. And it all began with his father's decision to make a detour. Read More

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Lessons from the Sea

Thanks to the wisdom of her ocean-lifeguard father, Emi Koch (C'12) learned early about honoring and protecting the world around her. The vast waters of the Pacific Ocean soon became the San Diego native's haven as she became an avid surfer, competing as an adolescent. Read More

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Justice for Girls, Non-Binary Youth of Color

Only two years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, Tanisha Douglas (F'07) began her first year at Georgetown with one pressing question: How do we find peace? For Douglas, international policy and diplomacy was the answer. Read More

Tanisha Douglas

A Doctor Races to Cure a Deadly Disease

In July 2010, David Fajgenbaum (NHS'07), then a 25-year-old, third-year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania, noticed that he was really tired. Other symptoms rapidly appeared over the next few days. His liver, kidneys, and bone marrow were inexplicably shutting down. He spent weeks in the ICU without a diagnosis. Doctors told his family that he was unlikely to survive. Read More

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