A Renaissance masterpiece from the Georgetown collection was among 27 works in a recent Uffizi exhibition.
During four decades of announcing men's basketball games, William McFadden, S.J., has become one of Georgetown's most familiar voices.
The Georgetown Environment Initiative—a multi-campus effort to advance the interdisciplinary study of the environment—has launched.
Dinaw Mengestu (C'00) won a "genius grant" from the MacArthur Foundation for his writings on the seldom-explored world of the African diaspora in America.
Campus News: 'Hackathon' Goal to Increase Interactivity
Students, faculty and alumni teamed up to transform virtual interaction within the Georgetown community. The winners received a $5,000 award for the most creative new idea, an online library of video lectures.
Alumni News: Alumni Finish Strong in November Elections
Five Georgetown alumni were newly elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November and nine were reelected. In the Senate, one alumnus was reelected and one alumna was newly elected.
Expert Opinion: Government Predictions
Government and public policy professor Mark Rom says that the effect of the 2012 election will mean change in Washington. Or not.
Campaign News: Athletics Receives Largest-Ever Gift
Georgetown Athletics received a record gift in January, a $5 million commitment from Edward (C'66) and Irene Shaw. The gift will be split between construction of the Intercollegiate Athletics Center and upgrades to the on-campus soccer field.
Spotlight: Bono Challenges Students to pursue justice
U2 lead singer and social activist Bono told a standing-room-only crowd in Gaston Hall to think of what they can do to support those in need of justice and comfort.