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We Are Where We Eat

Dining halls have always dished out more than meals. No matter what's for dinner, our appetite is for friendship. Read More

students eating in dining hall

Hoya Gateway Works to Strengthen Veterans Resources

Gen. George W. Casey Jr. (F'70) recalls that when he joined the university's Board of Directors in 2014, Georgetown President John J. DeGioia asked him to focus on what the university is doing—and could be doing—for veterans on campus. Read More

Gen. George W. Casey Jr

Maker Hub Celebrates International Successes in Innovation

Refugees have immediate needs of water, food, medicine, and shelter. But they also need something else to start their lives anew: a credit score. To help migrants and refugees build credit, a cross-disciplinary team of students organized by the Georgetown University Library's Maker Hub—in partnership with many university programs and with the generous support of Molly (G'11) and Steve (F'79) Cashin (Parents'10, '13)—dreamed up a system called Credit/Ability. Read More

The team developing Crane Cam (pictured right) has used the Maker Hub to bring their construction safety product to fruition.

First University-Wide Women’s Forum Inspires and Empowers

Nearly 500 attendees gathered at the InterContinental Hotel in Washington, D.C., on May 3 and 4 for the first university-wide Women's Forum, sponsored by the Georgetown University Alumni Association and the Georgetown Law Center. The annual event has been held for Law Center alumnae and students since 1992. Read More

Panelists for “Georgetown Update: The Past, Present, and Future” included law professor Jane Aiken, Rosemary Kilkenny (L’87, Parent’06), former law dean Judith Areen, and Ambassador Melanne Verveer (SLL’66, G’69, Parent’94)

Georgetown Reaffirms Policies to Support Undocumented Students

Understanding that undocumented students face unique challenges, Georgetown recently appointed Arelis Palacios as the first associate director for undocumented student services. Palacios facilitates guidance and legal aid for students and serves in an educational and outreach capacity. Read More

Senator Richard Durbin (F’66, L’69) co-introduced the Dream Act of 2017, a bipartisan bill that would provide a direct road to U.S. citizenship

Power Lunches Offer Insights

Hoya Gateway Power Lunches, offered as a pilot in January, gave students a chance to learn more about companies and job functions from alumni working in such industries as technology, finance, higher education, and entertainment and media. Read More

students in power lunches program