Georgetown Celebrates Spirit of Christmas with Advent and Carols
December 17, 2013
Georgetown celebrates the holiday season with advent services, carols and cheer with members of the university community and its neighbors. View the photos.
Pope Francis Meets with Georgetown Professors and Students
December 16, 2013
Georgetown students and professors have a private audience with Pope Francis during an international conference on religious freedom in Rome organized by the university's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.
Football Team Treats Foster Kid for NBC 's Wednesday's Child
December 13, 2013
Georgetown's football team last week hosted a local foster child looking for an adoptive home as part of the Washington NBC-affiliate's weekly "Wednesday's Child" segment.
Exercise Protects Against Aggressive Breast Cancer in African-American Women
December 11, 2013
The Black Women's Health Study, co-led by Georgetown researcher Lucile Adams-Campbel, finds black women who actively exercise every week are more likely to be protected against the most aggressive subtype of breast cancer.
Researchers Recognized as Leaders by National Academy of Inventors
December 10, 2013
Georgetown's Spiros Dimolitsas and Ophir Frieder are two of 143 Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors elected for their contributions to innovation.
Georgetown's A Capella Groups to Release Holiday Classics Album
December 9, 2013
Georgetown’s performing arts department and the president's office will celebrate the Christmas season with the release of a new album today that features the university’s a cappella student groups.
District of Columbia Principals Ready to ‘Turn City Upside Down’
December 9, 2013
The first students in a McDonough School of Business leadership program designed for DCPS principals graduated Saturday in an emotionally charged ceremony in Gaston Hall.
McCourt School Researches Impact of Brazilian NGO on Health, Poverty
December 6, 2013
Researchers at Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy help determine the impact a nongovernmental organization has had on breaking the cycle of poverty and illness among economically challenged Brazilians.
Georgetown Course Sinks Teeth Into D.C. Food, African-American Culture
December 5, 2013
Georgetown history professor Marcia Chatelain provides an intense study of food, race and history in Washington, D.C., through her African American Food Culture course.
Catholic Social Thought Event Focuses on Pope Francis, Economic Inequality
December 3, 2013
An event sponsored by Georgetown's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life that included Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, emeritus archbishop of Washington, explored Pope Francis' view of poverty and criticism of economic inequality.