CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: ANNA KOVACEVICH/THE HOYA, SHEEL PATEL/THE HOYA, WILL CROMARTY/THE HOYA, ALI ENRIGHT/THE HOYA

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Many of us at Georgetown don’t often take the time to look at what goes on around us on the Hilltop every day. We rush from one class and activity to the next, not noticing what surrounds us. On April 4, a team of 10 photographers set out to capture an ordinary day at Georgetown. This is the story of 24 hours at Georgetown, captured between the chimes of Healy at midnight starting and ending a day.

Project Lead: Will Cromarty

Photographers: Will Cromarty, Ali Enright, Amber Gillette, Anna Kovacevich, Hannah Levine, Subul Malik, Caroline Pappas, Sheel Patel, Richard Schofield, Amanda Van Orden

One Comment

  1. Frank R. Spendley says:

    Ten Hoya photographers use 50 pictures portraying 24 hours of life on the Hilltop. Now wouldn’t it be expected that at least one of the ten would have thought to include a shot of the chapel our the parish church, either of which would have most truly reflected the essence of every day at Georgetown and the mark of every grad for 129 years. P.S. The photos were outstanding.
    Frank R. Spendley, SFS ’49

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