Photos of the Week: September 22

Photos of the Week for September 22 include the first round of the Well Talks and more.

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Daniel Smith/The Hoya

Daniel Smith/The Hoya

ERICK CASTRO/THE HOYA University President John J. DeGioia delved into the university’s and his own Catholic identity in light of Pope Francis’ visit to Washington, D.C.

ERICK CASTRO/THE HOYA
University President John J. DeGioia delved into the university’s and his own Catholic identity in light of Pope Francis’ visit to Washington, D.C.

RACHEL SKAAR FOR THE HOYA The Corp and GUASFCU collectively received more than 600 applications this fall hiring season. The Corp’s acceptance rate remained relatively the same as last year at about 18 percent while GUASFCU accepted about nine percent of its applicants.

RACHEL SKAAR FOR THE HOYA
The Corp and GUASFCU collectively received more than 600 applications this fall hiring season. The Corp’s acceptance rate remained relatively the same as last year at about 18 percent while GUASFCU accepted about nine percent of its applicants.

JENNA CHEN FOR THE HOYA Michelle Jaconi (SFS ’96, GRD ’97) spoke about her career at an event hosted by the Institute of Politics and Public Service.

JENNA CHEN FOR THE HOYA
Michelle Jaconi (SFS ’96, GRD ’97) spoke about her career at an event hosted by the Institute of Politics and Public Service.

LAUREN SIEBEL FOR THE HOYA The Green Revolving Loan Fund, a branch of the Social Innovation and Public Service Fund, installed new motion detecting lights, which turn off 30 minutes after a room has been left vacant, in the common areas of Darnall Hall last week in an effort to reduce Georgetown’s energy usage.

LAUREN SIEBEL FOR THE HOYA
The Green Revolving Loan Fund, a branch of the Social Innovation and Public Service Fund, installed new motion detecting lights, which turn off 30 minutes after a room has been left vacant, in the common areas of Darnall Hall last week in an effort to reduce Georgetown’s energy usage.

DAN GANNON/THE HOYA More than 60 students participated Sunday in the first round of the Well Talks, a monthly discussion series hosted by the Protestant Chaplaincy. The first talk focused on the topic of #BlackLivesMatter and race issues specifically pertaining to Georgetown.

DAN GANNON/THE HOYA
More than 60 students participated Sunday in the first round of the Well Talks, a monthly discussion series hosted by the Protestant Chaplaincy. The first talk focused on the topic of #BlackLivesMatter and race issues specifically pertaining to Georgetown.

ERICK CASTRO/THE HOYA Freshman outside hitter Alyssa Sinnette had a game-high 15 kills in Georgetown’s straight sets win over North Carolina Central. Sinnette leads the team with 3.73 kills per set this season.

ERICK CASTRO/THE HOYA
Freshman outside hitter Alyssa Sinnette had a game-high 15 kills in Georgetown’s straight sets win over North Carolina Central. Sinnette leads the team with 3.73 kills per set this season.

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