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Bella (COL'17) waits in line for the opening of a new exhibit, Infinity Mirrors, at the popular Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
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Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service presents "The Women Leading POLITICO: A New Type of Newsroom"
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More than 53 million people stopped smoking and 22 million deaths were averted due to tobacco control measures in 88 countries between 2008 and 2014, say researchers at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Smoking Down, Number of Lives Saved Up as More Countries Embrace Tobacco Control Measures

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Using a recently received $1.4 million NIH grant, Georgetown chemistry professor Toshiko Ichiye is conducting research that could contribute to the fight against foodborne illness.

Chemistry Professor's Research Looks at Reducing Foodborne Illness

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Lillian Medhus (G’17), RN, a student in the Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program, recently traveled to Greece to provide care to Syrian refugees.

Lillian Medhus (G’17), RN Provides Health Care for Refugees in Greece

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The Sustainable Oceans Alliance, founded by Daniela Fernandez (C’17), earns a spot among top youth-led projects in the United Nations Youth Solutions Report.

U.N. Honors Sustainable Oceans Alliance

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"Over the last eight years, I’ve come to love the hidden quiet of the University. The silence of early-morning student athletes making their way up the hill to Yates, the stillness of members of our community gathered in Copley Crypt Chapel before 10pm Mass, the hushed crowds in Lauinger Library during finals week; they all speak to me of the marvelous things going on inside us, in silence,...
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Georgetown Faces: Rev. Matthew Carnes, S.J.

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Congrats, Julia! Julia Marsan (C'17) is moving on to the Jeopardy! College Championship semifinals. Hoya Saxa!
"I was born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland as the eldest of five children to two Somali immigrants who fell in love and met in America. My journey to Georgetown began after a conversation I had in a small gelato shop located in Assisi, Italy. I participated in a Student Ambassador program where I travelled with a group of American high school students to Greece, Italy, and France. I was...
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Georgetown Faces: Khadija Mohamud (SFS'17)

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Julia Marsan (C’17) is the latest member of the Georgetown community to appear on Jeopardy! as she competes for the College Championship tonight. Good luck, Julia!

Senior Classics Major to Compete on Jeopardy!

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"I got lost my first week at Georgetown, all the way in downtown D.C. I was looking for the Zipcar office, because I was determined to not be that student who got stuck in the Georgetown bubble; instead, I ended up being that student who gets lost between Federal Triangle and Chinatown. At one point, I just sat on a bench and watched as people, who presumably possessed a better sense of...
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Georgetown Faces: Jada Bullen (SFS'17)

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A study by a Georgetown psychiatrist shows that learning mindfulness meditation results in a lower stress response in people with generalized anxiety disorder.

Study: Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Stress in Anxiety Disorders

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Georgetown is using a $1.5 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to help carry out its commitment to produce scholarship that helps the nation better understand and address its legacies of slavery, racism and discrimination.

Mellon Grant Helps University Advance Racial Justice Recommendations

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We teamed up with VICE to give a glimpse of life at Georgetown.
Hope you find your match this Valentine's Day! #HoyaLove
Started over 40 years ago, Georgetown Cabaret is still bringing together the best musicians and performers on the Hilltop to put on a show, this year at U Street Music Hall on Thursday, February 16. Proceeds from the event this year will benefit Education Through Music.
Meghan Cotter (G’17) and Roula Saleem (G’17) travel to South Africa to collaborate with health professionals as part of the School of Nursing & Health Studies Clinical Nurse Leader Program.

Clinical Nurse Leader Students Experience Health Care in South Africa

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How Georgetown is supporting the community affected by the Jan 27th executive order.

Georgetown Supports International Students, Global Mission

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Taylor (C'17) shows us some of what's happening on campus during Jesuit Heritage Week.