Grad Student Wins Rhodes, University Also Had Four Finalists
May 12, 2015
Daily Guide to Spiritual Exercises Authored by GU Jesuit
December 21, 2011
Blending his own life experiences and that of St. Ignatius, Rev. Kevin O’Brien, S.J., Georgetown’s vice president for mission and ministry, has written a guide to the Spiritual Exercises called The Ignatian Adventure (Loyola Press, 2011).
Protein Linked to Stress Reduced by Acupuncture in Rats
December 20, 2011
Acupuncture significantly reduces levels of a protein linked to chronic stress, according to a study with rats by researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC).
Clinton Kicks Off National Action Plan for Women
December 19, 2011
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton comes to Georgetown to launch the U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, the result of a U.N. resolution.
Star Basketball Player Now Has Blog at Washington Post
December 16, 2011
Monica McNutt (C’11), who helped lead the Georgetown women’s basketball team to the NCAA Sweet 16 tournament, is now giving advice to high school student-athletes in a blog for The Washington Post.
Confucius Says: Modern Child-Rearing in Sync with Ancient Thought
December 7, 2011
Views on child-rearing developed thousands of years ago are consistent with modern Western views, according to assistant professor of theology Erin Cline.
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Children's Holiday Party
December 5, 2011
The holiday season at Georgetown commenced on Friday, Dec. 3 with the lighting of the Christmas tree in Dahlgren Quadrangle. The night included performances by the Georgetown University Choir and The Georgetown Chimes, as well as a visit from Santa.
GU Students Help Discover China’s Hidden Nuclear Tunnels
December 5, 2011
A group of Georgetown students and their professor have discovered a 3,000-mile-long tunnel system China has built to protect and store its missiles and nuclear weapons.
Georgetown Part of Collective HIV/AIDS Research Center
December 1, 2011
As World AIDS Day is commemorated, researchers from Georgetown and institutions across Washington, D.C., are continuing to work together to reduce the city’s high rate of HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Charity Begun by Georgetown Freshman in 6th Grade
September 26, 2011
Oprah Winfrey Christmas special in 2003 inspires Kendall Ciesemier (C'15) to support kids in Africa and start up Kids Caring 4 Kids charity despite undergoing two liver transplants.