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Heed the Call Initiative Receives Endorsements, Plans Next Steps

March 28, 2017 at 6:17 pm 0 comments

The Heed the Call initiative, a student-led effort to encourage the university to house a refugee family on campus, gained new ground last week when it received endorsements from five student groups. Max Rosner (COL ’18), who heads the movement, laid out plans for overcoming the logistical hurdles of theRead More

James Pavur (SFS '16) won a Rhodes scholarship to study cybersecurity for his Ph.D. at Oxford University, becoming the 25th student from Georgetown to win the prestigious award.

Rhodes Scholar Discusses Cybersecurity, Puddleglum and Tea

December 2, 2016 at 12:17 am 2 comments

On Nov. 19, James Pavur (SFS ’16) was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. in cybersecurity at Oxford University starting next year. Pavur, a science, technology and international affairs major, was one of 32 American students out of 882 applicants nationwide to receive the scholarship this year, whichRead More

Maker Hub Manager Don Undeen was also invited to serve on the Vatican’s first Arts and Technology Council. The Hub allows students to create objects for entrepreneurial reasons, or simply for fun.

Maker Hub Launch Lights Up Lauinger

October 28, 2016 at 4:00 am 0 comments

Tristan MacHale (MSB ’19) likes to make things. When he worked at a beach club this summer, he learned basic carpentry skills like fixing doors and building shelves. “I know my way around a drill and a hammer and all that,” MacHale said. For MacHale, and others like him, theRead More

Epicurean and Company will add a new noodle bar feature to its location on Georgetown’s campus.
Renovations for the dining area will be completed in October, offering students new on-campus fare.

Epicurean Adds Noodle Station

September 23, 2016 at 5:10 am 0 comments

After three months of renovations, Epicurean and Company will open a made-to-order noodle bar this October, offering students a variety of meat, vegetable and noodle dishes. The noodle bar will be set beside the sushi bar, replacing the hibachi grills that Epicurean once maintained. Beginning two years ago, Epicurean offeredRead More


GU Hails Melties’ Return

September 16, 2016 at 4:05 am 1 comment

The first Georgetown University Farmers Market of the year Wednesday saw the return of student food startup Melties, offering gourmet ice cream-cookie sandwiches to customers passing through Red Square in the warm sunshine. Co-founded by Molham Krayem (MSB ’17) and Owais Bukhari (GRD ’15) during the spring, Melties has beenRead More

The McDonough School of Business launched celebrations of its 60th anniversary with an ice cream social event and photo op, an event which attracted around 150.

McDonough Commemorates 60 Years

September 9, 2016 at 3:55 am 0 comments

The McDonough School of Business began celebrating its 60th anniversary Wednesday with a photo-op and ice cream social outside of the Rafik B. Hariri Building. About 150 MSB students, faculty, staff and alumni participated in the event, including Interim Dean Rohan Williamson and Jack the Bulldog. The group crowded togetherRead More

Bright “Ideas”—MSB’s Newsletter Gains Traction

Bright “Ideas”—MSB’s Newsletter Gains Traction

September 9, 2016 at 3:27 am 0 comments

The McDonough School of Business’s newsletter “Ideas,” which aims to broadcast top research from school faculty to an audience both within and beyond the Georgetown University community, has amassed over 500 signatures since its launch in July. The newsletter was released July 25 after several months of listserv database compilationRead More

Students Launch News App

Students Launch News App

September 2, 2016 at 12:00 am 0 comments

Bitter and defeated after a long, losing night of poker, freshman roommates Anthony Marshi (COL ’18) and Michael Fiedorowicz (COL’18) returned to their room in Darnall Hall on a chilled night in December 2014. As the two began conversing while scrolling through their Facebook newsfeeds, they saw that an articleRead More

Panelists Discuss Colombia Peace Efforts

May 24, 2016 at 7:22 pm 0 comments

At a conference on the ongoing Colombian conflict hosted by the Mortara Center last month, a panel of policy experts discussed a war occurring more than 2,300 miles away — but one speaker brought the issue close to home. “I myself also am a victim,” Camilo Azcarate, the event’s moderatorRead More

A tree fell outside the front gates during heavy storms Monday evening, damaging the rear end of Olivio Enos' (GRD '17) car.

Tree Falls Outside University Front Gates, Damages Car

May 2, 2016 at 11:44 pm 0 comments

A tree outside the front gates fell onto the rear end of a student’s parked car at around 9 p.m. Monday evening amid severe thunderstorms in the area. The car, a Honda Accord that belonged to Olivia Enos (GRD ’17), was parked on O Street NW when the tree fell.Read More