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Georgetown University
04/22/2017 at 13:05. Facebook
A major solar panel project to be installed on six buildings at Georgetown this summer will increase the university’s sustainability efforts, reduce costs and serve low-income residents in the city.
A major solar panel project to be installed on six buildings at

New Solar Panels to Produce Clean Energy, Help Low-Income D.C. Residents

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Ronak Parikh
Amanda L. Scott
Arnold E Galvez
Georgetown University
Georgetown University
04/20/2017 at 18:48. Facebook
The global Sustainable Oceans Alliance (SOA) created by Georgetown student Daniela Fernandez (C’17) is celebrating Earth Day by hosting its third annual Sustainable Oceans Summit.
The global Sustainable Oceans Alliance SOA created by Georgetown student Daniela Fernandez

Sustainable Oceans Summit Hopes to Make Oceans ‘Famous’

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Georgetown University
Georgetown University
04/19/2017 at 18:16. Facebook
As a Catholic and Jesuit institution, Georgetown has a unique responsibility to welcome and support all of our students, regardless of immigration status. Today we join others in celebrating National Institutions Coming Out Day (NICOD) in support of our undocumented students. Learn more about Georgetown's undocumented student resources here: [ Georgetown.edu Link ]
Francesca Schmid Thomas
Rebecca Wilson
Campion Walsh
Georgetown University
Georgetown University
04/19/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
An apology from Georgetown and the Society of Jesus’ Maryland Province for their roles in the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals for the university’s benefit took place yesterday in the company of more than 100 descendants.
An apology from Georgetown and the Society of Jesus Maryland Province for

Georgetown Apologizes for 1838 Sale of 272 Slaves, Dedicates Buildings

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Marcia Bergeron
David Stapelkamp-Lane
Salinda Cummings
A historic building on Georgetown's campus now bears the name of Isaac Hawkins, the first enslaved person listed in the sale documents. Several descendants reflect on their ancestral ties to the 272 men, women, and children who were sold by Maryland Jesuits in 1838.
Benjamin Sands
Frank Ferreira
Anissa Bennett
Anne Marie Becraft, a free woman of color, was a pioneering educator who at the age of 15 founded a school for black girls in Georgetown. She established the school in 1820 as one of the first educational endeavors of its kind in the District of Columbia. On April 18, 2017 Remembrance Hall will be permanently renamed in her honor.
Marian Poveromo
Watch the Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition, and Hope live at 10am ET.
Watch the Liturgy of Remembrance Contrition and Hope live at 10am ET

Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope

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Kesha Boyce Williams
The 19th-century free woman of color for whom Georgetown’s Anne Marie Becraft Hall will be named April 18 founded one of the first schools for black girls in Georgetown and later became one of America’s first black nuns.
The 19thcentury free woman of color for whom Georgetowns Anne Marie Becraft

Building to Be Renamed for Pioneer Black Educator Anne Marie Becraft

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Charlie Dehn
Adrianne Attanasio Hamilton
The dedication of Isaac Hawkins Hall will honor the lives of the 272 enslaved children, women and men who were sold by the Maryland Province of Jesuits in 1838 and who benefited the university.
The dedication of Isaac Hawkins Hall will honor the lives of the

Georgetown to Rename Building for Isaac Hawkins, One of 272 Enslaved in 1838 Sale

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Kyle Anderson
Robert Eddy
Kimberly Coleman
The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security hosted the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security. Georgetown Buzz captured Mrs. Clinton's introductory remarks in presenting the awards to Colombians who played a crucial role in the 2016 historic peace agreement that ended over five decades of conflict in their country.
Luz Maria Zea
Denny Okudinani
Albretta Obot
Marine Corps veteran Cristine Starke (SFS’18) and ordained deacon Daniel Wassim (SFS’18) receive the prestigious 2017 Truman Scholarship for their graduate studies and opportunities for programs to help prepare them for public service leadership careers.
Marine Corps veteran Cristine Starke SFS18 and ordained deacon Daniel Wassim SFS18

Truman Scholarship Winners Include Marine Corps Vet, Ordained Deacon

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Erik Perez
Saumya Shruti
Reilly Barry
Nick Stukel (MED/MBA ’18) recently traveled to King George Island, Antarctica to compete in his fifth marathon in three years as a part of his global marathon initiative Strums & Strides which promotes the healing power of music. Congrats, Nick!
Nick Stukel MEDMBA 18 recently traveled to King George Island Antarctica to

MBA Student Runs Marathon in Antarctica to Promote the Healing Power of Music

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Matt Giangiordano
Sarah Bunker
Butch Napoleon
Congratulations Sarah Clements (C'17) named one of Glamour Magazine's 2017 College Women of the Year.
Congratulations Sarah Clements C17 named one of Glamour Magazines 2017 College Women

Meet Glamour's 2017 College Women of the Year

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Patricia Wilson
Kawther Berhanu
Patrick Ewing (C’85) was formally announced as Georgetown’s head men’s basketball coach at a press conference today. Welcome home, Coach Ewing!
Maria C. Troulakis
Linda Francis
Robert Dixey
Welcome home, Coach Ewing! #HomeSw33tHome
Welcome home Coach Ewing HomeSw33tHome
Jeff Blanc
Ryan Foster
Ken Dickson
Carlos López Linaldi
A Sesame Workshop initiative that includes a new Muppet called Julia invokes “remarkably positive changes” for parents of children with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to preliminary study results released today by Georgetown’s Bruno Anthony.
A Sesame Workshop initiative that includes a new Muppet called Julia invokes

Autism Initiative With New Muppet “Remarkably Positive,” Georgetown Study Shows

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Saif Khan
Aurora Martinez
Watch live on Facebook Wednesday, April 5 at 11am ET.
Watch live on Facebook Wednesday April 5 at 11am ET
William Beverly Jr.
Grady Alston
Luis T Leal
Heidi Elmendorf, an associate professor of biology at Georgetown, is named one of three finalists for the Cherry Award, one of the few national teaching awards for higher education in the country.
Heidi Elmendorf an associate professor of biology at Georgetown is named one

Biology Professor Finalist for Prestigious National Teaching Award

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Dena Walter Reger
Emilia Sens
David Martin
Welcome Home!

Join us in welcoming our new Georgetown Basketball Head Coach, Patrick Ewing!
Welcome Home Join us in welcoming our new Georgetown Basketball Head Coach
John Edward
Joan Sullivan
Cathy DelGuercio Hepworth