Rev. Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J. (C'56), who was president of Georgetown between 1989 and 2001, will offer the invocation at the Biden-Harris inauguration ceremony.
Members of the Georgetown community have maintained a strong presence in Congress, the White House and within state and local government with a commitment to serving the public that is…
Georgetown alumnus Jon Ossoff (SFS'09) becomes the youngest Democrat to serve in the U.S. Senate since President-elect Joe Biden in 1973 after an historic Georgia race.
More than two dozen Georgetown alumni make up the 117th U.S. Congress, continuing the university’s long legacy of alumni serving the public.
Georgetown Law alumna Avril Haines (L’01) will be the first woman to serve in the country’s most senior intelligence position if confirmed by Senate.
President-elect Joe Biden’s recent appointment of veteran political strategist Ron Klain (C’83) prompts members of the university community to recall his commitment to public service and impact as an adjunct…
Georgetown acquires and digitizes a rare logbook depicting the experience of enslaved Africans aboard a ship that landed in Georgia 224 years ago.
A gift from the family of former Georgetown student-athlete Mary Taylor Behrens (C'83) will support the university's commitment to diversity and inclusion work within athletics.
Alumnus Reginald Douglas (C’09) says creating space and amplifying voices of the black experience is paramount as he takes on the new role of associate artistic director at Washington, DC's…
Georgetown alumna Susannah Pierce Keefe (C'96) makes a pandemic pivot to offer in-home dance classes to get preschoolers moving.