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Rev. O’Brien Reflects on the Doors of Georgetown

Watch the homily that Rev. Kevin O’Brien, S.J. (C’88), vice president for Mission and Ministry, delivered in Gaston Hall during campaign launch weekend last fall.

See our Storify recap of what people had to say during the campaign kickoff weekend’s events.

It’s been a week since the campaign launch, but we’re still glowing from all the excitement. Check out our highlights video, and relive the fun with us!

This weekend, Oct. 27-30, we celebrate the public launch of For Generations to Come: The Campaign for Georgetown. There are lots of fun events and surprises in store for the weekend (though hopefully snow is not one of them), so stay tuned!

Read panel descriptions and bookmark the website to watch the live webcast of “Think About It: An Afternoon of Ideas” at Georgetown University on Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, beginning at 2:30 p.m.

We’re very excited to share our sleek new campaign website with you! Look for more exciting features and stories to be up soon.

This October, Georgetown University launched For Generations to Come—The Campaign for Georgetown. Under the leadership of President DeGioia and the university’s Board of Directors, the campaign aims to raise $1.5 billion for our Main, Medical, and Law Campuses to sustain and accelerate Georgetown’s pursuit of academic excellence in a rapidly changing world.

Our campaign launch weekend, which will take place Oct. 27–30, will feature programming that will engage our entire community, including innovative and interdisciplinary forums about topics that will shape the world in which we and future generations live.

R. Bartley Moore (F’87), Vice President for Advancement

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