Category Archives: Programs

Finding Community Through ESCAPE

Dajour Evans is a sophomore in the College and an ESCAPE leader. The Dajour from this time last year had it more together than I do right now. At that point in my life, I was a few months into … Continue reading

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Let the Music Capture You

Eva Lucchino is a junior in the college majoring in English and minoring in History and Theology. What does it mean to you to be a cantor? Ever since I was a little kid I have loved singing at Mass. … Continue reading

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What I’ve Done Matters Less Than Who I’ve Become

Sophomore Truc Nguyen is a human science major in the NHS. Here, she reflects on her time at the Montserrat Retreat. Catholic Ministry’s annual sophomore retreat. How has the school year been for you so far? As a sophomore, I … Continue reading

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Jewish Life thrilled to welcome Rabbinic Fellow Benjamin Barer to the Hilltop

Ask any senior involved with Jewish Life to reflect on their time at Georgetown, and they will say that the community has grown, Shabbat attendance has quadrupled in size, and programming is gaining more energy and enthusiasm with every year. … Continue reading

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Cura Personalis Ad Salutem Hominum

The last event of this year’s Jesuit Heritage Week featured a panel discussion on the meaning and value of a Jesuit education from the perspective of an administrator, a professor, a current student, and an alumnus. After the panelists had … Continue reading

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