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Off To Teach Lessons Learned
Graduating senior Perla Silva thinks about how her Georgetown education has prepared her for life outside of the Hilltop.

University Headlines
» Graduating Seniors Recognized for Service Efforts
Georgetown University recently honored 20 undergraduate students with the 2008 Lena Landegger Community Service Awards for their distinguished contributions to community service.
» Med Center Plans Strategy With Efficiency In Mind
During an April 30 town hall meeting Dr. Howard Federoff implored members of the GUMC faculty and staff to weigh in on the Medical Center's Strategic Planning Initiative.
» CNDLS Keeps Class In Session
CNDLS will offer its 14th annual Teaching, Learning and Innovation Summer Institute May 19-23.
» Transportation, Parking, Traffic Being Addressed
With the closing of Tondorf Road this summer, university officials are looking at ways to continue campus' move toward becoming a pedestrian campus.
» Professor Delivers Historic Gifford Lecture
On May 8 Veatch joined a select group of scholars – dating back 120 years -- when he delivered the Gifford Lecture at the University of Edinburgh.
» From Spy Novels to CIA Papers
John Buchtel, head of the Special Collections Research Center at Lauinger Library, explains the process of identifying and securing new collections.

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Georgetown Athletics
» Graduation Does Not Signal End for Athletic Competition on the Hilltop
WASHINGTON, D.C. - As Georgetown University students prepare for this weekend's graduation ceremonies, four Hoya athletic teams continue to compete in regular season events, as they play toward the end of their respective seasons.
» Georgetown Athletics Mourns Passing of Former Men's Basketball Captain Tom Scates
The Georgetown University Athletics Department and the men's basketball program mourn the passing of former Hoya captain Tom Scates (AB'79).
» Samantha Peters Named NCAA Division I All-Independent Softball Player of the Year
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Georgetown University sophomore shortstop Samantha Peters (Suwanee, Ga./Collins Hill) was named the 2008 NCAA Division I Softball All-Independent Player of the Year, when post-season awards were announced in Bakersfield, Calif. on Tuesday afternoon. It was just the second post-season honor earned by a Hoya, in the softball program's three year history. Peters earned All-Independent Freshman of the Year in 2007.
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Georgetown in the News
» Will Democrats Unite?
The Washington Independent
» Is U.S. Innovation Headed Offshore?
» Crisis in Burma Could Force Junta to Allow Outside Aid
USA Today
Georgetown University Forum
» The Middle Ages
History professor Jo Ann Hoeppner Moran Cruz discusses the history of the Middle Ages and its relevance to current events.
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