The university has updated its policies and procedures that address sexual misconduct under the federal nondiscrimination law known as Title IX to comply with new U.S. Department of Education regulations.
Three alumni activists continue the fight for social justice that they began at Georgetown in their own communities, now.
Liam Marshall (B’23) sells "Thank You!" lawn signs in his home state of New Jersey to raise funds for medical workers on the frontlines of the pandemic.
The Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus is ensuring that the Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (MPA), most of which is housed at Georgetown,…
The university's School of Medicine reopens its free HOYA Clinic in the city's Congress Heights neighborhood.
The Georgetown community celebrates the holiday season in the spirit of giving, embracing time together and caroling.
A new book by Rev. David Hollenbach, S.J. advises how religious communities can make key contributions to the challenge of record-breaking displacement of people by war and oppression.
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at the McCourt School of Public Policy is working to improve outcomes for young people who find themselves moving back and forth between the…
After traveling to Botswana as a Davis Fellow, Mayesha Awal (C’20) is more motivated than ever to continue helping the people she met there.
Sandra Jackson, executive director of House of Ruth, will be honored as Georgetown’s 2020 John Thompson Jr. Legacy of a Dream Award recipient Jan. 20 at the Kennedy Center for…