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Curator Colleen McDannell’s evocative exhibition “Picturing Faith: Religious America in Government Photography 1935-1943,” which is on display at Georgetown University from March 22 to April 1, vividly illustrates how Americans embraced religion both during and shortly after The Great Depression.
On March 4, thirteen students from the College gathered with Dean Chester Gillis to welcome an alumnus back to the Hilltop. Brian Rafferty (C’79) returned to Georgetown’s campus to speak at the most recent Dean’s Lunch Seminar, a monthly event planned by the College Dean’s Office.
On February 19th, Georgetown College students and the College Academic Council (CAC) honored Classics department associate professor Josiah Osgood for excellence in teaching.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Performing Arts Natsu Onoda Power’s latest production, Madness and Civilization, is inspired by French philosopher Michel Foucault’s 1961 book of the same name.
Investing in the university’s commitment to financial aid is one of the major focuses of the five-year financial plan approved by the Georgetown’s board of directors in February.
The professor of history sheds light on an early abolitionist.Georgetown College108 White-Gravenor, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057 Phone: 202.687.4043Fax: 202.687.7290