Prominent policymakers — including President Bill Clinton (SFS’68) and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — convened at Georgetown for a symposium celebrating the life of Madeleine K. Albright.
The inaugural recipients of a scholarship that provides immediate support for students affected by the war in Ukraine share their hopes for Ukraine and for their futures as Hoyas.
We asked this year’s Georgetown Storytellers about why they picked Georgetown and their favorite parts of life on the Hilltop.
For the first time in three years, Georgetown hosted its three-week college prep program in-person to support high school seniors who are the first in their families to attend college.
Students in the School of Medicine started a free summer mentoring program that helps undergraduates who are underrepresented in medicine realize their dreams of going to medical school.
Like St. Ignatius' "cannonball moment" 500 years ago, these alumni found their lives spun toward religious paths during their time at Georgetown.
Amy Kenny, a disability scholar and advocate, will join the university on August 22 as the inaugural associate director of the Disability Cultural Initiative.
Medical students from Georgetown’s student-run health clinic volunteered at the Capital Pride Festival with Casa Ruby, a local organization that provides services for transgender people.
For the past 50 years, students have run all operations of The Corp, a nonprofit that employs undergraduates and funds scholarships and community engagement projects.
Georgetown community members celebrate the annual holiday, share their personal reflections, and commemorate Juneteenth’s history and significance today.