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Leading in a Virtual World

GUAA Executive Director Julia Farr (C’88, Parent’19, ’21, ’24) talks with the new GUAA President On July 1, 2020, Frank Ciatto (B’88, L’94,… Read More

Frank Ciatto and Julia Farr

Cheer on a Hoya Olympian

Team USA is starting to take shape for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan (postponed from 2020). Be sure to tune in to the… Read More

Education as a Springboard

The Alice & Russell True Endowed Scholarship in the School of Medicine In December 2017, School of Medicine Dean Mitchell and donor Wendy Gasch (M’92)… Read More

Lives Well Lived — Fall 2019

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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More Than a Meal

Noobtsaa Philip Vang (MBA'16) craved his mother's cooking. It was 2014, and he had just moved to DC to start his MBA at the McDonough School of Business. Read More

Noobtsaa Philip Vang

Water With a Heart

When entrepreneur Kimberly Reilly (SLL'95) decided to develop a new, socially responsible business, she focused on the most basic of human needs: water. Read More

Kimberly Reilly

Riding for ‘Desperately Needed Services’

In March 2019, Janne Kouri (B'97) set off from Los Angeles on a cross-country trip. Two months later, crossing under a balloon arch at Healy Gates, he completed his journey— traveling 3,100 miles in an electric wheelchair. Read More

Janne Kouri

Faith in Fabretto

While most of his classmates anticipated their first careers after graduation, Kevin Marinacci (C'89) felt a different purpose. Read More

Kevin Marinacci

A Life-Saving Calling

Ebony Marcelle (NHS'05) says that midwives like herself play critical roles in the lives of Black women and their babies. Read More

Ebony Marcelle