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GU Offers Prayers, Help for Japan
President DeGioia joined student leaders and university chaplains in a March 15 interfaith prayer service on behalf of victims and survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The Center for Social Justice will coordinate aid and relief efforts in coming weeks. Read more.
Men’s Basketball Team to Tour China
For two weeks this summer, the Georgetown men’s basketball team will play exhibition games and explore the cultural offerings of Beijing and Shanghai. Alumni travel packages will be announced soon. Call alumni relations at 202-687-3604 for details, or 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.
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Nancy Trejos (C’98) advises fellow writers on managing personal finances.
LatinoLA; 2 Mar 2011
Jacob Lew (L’83) brings his deficit-busting expertise to the Obama administration as director of the Office of Management and Budget.
The Washington Post; 26 Feb 2011
Marcia Douglas (C’92) summarizes the five biggest brain-related breakthroughs of 2010.
The Alternative Press; 23 Feb 2011
Cynthia Osueke (C’05) takes her line of custom-made African handbags to DC Fashion Week.
The Diamondback; 20 Feb 2011
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
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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.
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