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Panel Examines Civil Society and Religion in Context of Catholicism

Last Thursday night, the Woodstock Theological Center held a forum on “Religion and the Renewal of Civic Society.” A board of three experts spoke before a large crowd of mostly non-students in ICC auditorium. Joan Rosenhauer, who works for the Office of Social Development and World Peace, a section of[Read More…]

by February 4, 2003 0 comments Uncategorized

NHS Undergrads Affected by U.S. Nursing Shortages

Despite the recent nationwide nursing shortage and the decline in enrollment and graduation rates at nursing schools across the country, Georgetown’s School of Nursing and Health Studies has not experienced a decrease in applications. Last year 390 students applied to the NHS, representing an increase of approximately 40 percent from[Read More…]

by January 14, 2003 0 comments Uncategorized

GU Sports Captain Dies at 91

Joseph Saverine (C ’35), Georgetown University’s only athlete to ever captain both the football and baseball teams in the same academic year, passed away last month. The 91-year-old Saverine is survived by his wife, two sons, a daughter, five grandchildren and a great-grandchild. When Saverine was a senior at Georgetown[Read More…]

by December 6, 2002 0 comments Uncategorized

U. Arizona Shootings Cause Colleges to Reexamine Security Strategies

At 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 28 in Tucson, Ariz., Robert Stewart Flores, a student at the University of Arizona’s nursing school, shot and killed three of his professors before taking his own life. The Arizona Daily Wildcat reported that Flores was deeply troubled by several recent failing grades. Incidents[Read More…]

by November 5, 2002 0 comments Uncategorized

O’Connor Offers Insight To U.S. Bill of Rights

Lars Tray/The Hoya Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor prepares to speak to a standing-room-only crowd in Gaston Hall last night about the U.S. Constitution and women in politics. United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor spoke before a standing-room-only crowd in Gaston Hall Monday night to discuss Constitutional[Read More…]

by October 29, 2002 0 comments Uncategorized

Dean Mayo Appointed Vice President of NSC

This weekend, Dean of the McDonough School of Business John Mayo will be appointed Vice President of Educational Resources for the National Safety Council. During his two-year term at the organization, Mayo will be one of 12 vice presidents on the Board of Directors for the NSC. The NSC is[Read More…]

by October 4, 2002 0 comments Uncategorized