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It’s Trivia Thursday! Can you place the doors of Georgetown with their respective buildings? (Did we mention there are prizes?)

How will the campaign enhance Georgetown’s Jesuit heritage?

Georgetown is the first and only Catholic institution of higher learning to be expressly committed, from its founding, to the education of people of all religious professions. Today, as for two centuries, an appreciation and respect for other faith traditions is a hallmark of this institution, even as we reaffirm our commitment to remaining an authentically and earnestly Catholic institution. Through this campaign we will make investments that reflect that tradition. [Read more]

Washington Post columnist and Georgetown professor E.J. Dionne questioned Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (C’93, L’97) and Michael Ferguson (MPP’95) on the state of capitalism during¬†”Think About It: An Afternoon of Ideas” on Oct. 28.

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.

See the proud lineage of our fearless mascot (soundtrack courtesy of The Chimes).

Georgetown in 1912: Soon after Healy Hall was built, a special area in front of the building was set aside to honor John Carroll. Alumni raised funds to commission a bronze statue. 

Dear Hoyas,

You may have just found your next background image for your computer. Enjoy!


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