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From protests to people-watching, there’s no better cross-section of student life than Red Square. Here, a photo slideshow highlights the best of its 29-year history.
The annual Spike-a-Jesuit volleyball game was one of many Georgetown events caught on camera in February.
Tuition Day 2011:
Honoring Alumni Support
Tuition Day, Feb. 24, marks the day that tuition dollars stop funding a Georgetown education and alumni support picks up the tab.
Hoya Haunts:
Georgetown in San Francisco
Where do alumni recapture their inner Hoya? Travel along to see where Georgetown will take us next in our new feature, Hoya Haunts. First up: San Francisco.
Featured News & Events
Undergraduate Business School Makes BusinessWeek’s Top 10
The McDonough School of Business’ undergraduate program has climbed to 10th in BusinessWeek’s 2011 rankings. Rankings are based on student satisfaction, post-graduation outcomes and academic quality. Read more.
Student-Alumni Networking Event Forges Local Connections
The fifth annual Winter Break Career Tour broke attendance records with the participation of 450 students and 158 alumni. In partnership with regional clubs in major cities across the nation, the tour connected students who were home on winter break with local alumni. Read more.
Slate for Board of Governors Elections Announced
The Georgetown University Alumni Association has announced the slate of nominees for the association's Board of Governors 2011 elections. The elections will begin on April 15. View the nominees, and the process to submit write-in nominees, here.
Alumni in the News

Chris Twyman (C’96) was recognized as a community pioneer by Rome, Georgia’s City Commission in honor of Black History Month.
Rome News-Tribune; 20 Feb 2011
Elise Craig (C’06) offers eight ways for small businesses to promote staff health.
The Dispatch; 17 Feb 2011
Tim King (F'89, L'93) was named one of Chicago Magazine’s Chicagoans of the Year for his founding of three successful urban charter schools.
Chicago Magazine; January 2011; video
Michelle Gavin (F’96) was nominated to serve as ambassador to the Republic of Botswana.
The White House; 16 Feb 2011
Kim Keenan (F’83) will become the youngest attorney to hold the position of general counsel of the NAACP.
The Afro-American Newspapers; 12 Feb 2011
 
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Alumni Spotlight
Tara Handron (G’08)
Addiction awareness advocate
After graduating from the Communication, Culture & Technology program, Handron expanded her master’s thesis into a one-woman play, Drunk with Hope in Chicago. The play humorously yet poignantly explores the path women take from alcoholism and addiction into recovery. Handron was recently named regional vice president for Caron Treatment Centers in the Washington, D.C., area, where she will continue to raise awareness of the disease.
9 Mar 2011
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