We Are Georgetown: University President’s Symposium Recognizes Community through Competition
The University President’s Symposium at reunion weekend focused on one of the strongest unifying forces for die-hard Hoyas: Georgetown athletics. As men’s basketball coach John Thompson III explained, "There's a binding force athletics has that supercedes race, supercedes socio-economic status." He added, "It brings people together."
CLAIRE CALLAGY (C'10)
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CLARISSA DOURMASHKIN-CAGOL (C’11)
A college junior embraces China’s language and life.
PROFESSOR DANIEL MADIGAN, S.J.
The professor of theology uses technology to connect with students across the globe.
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