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This fresh, interdisciplinary program is launching the next generation of Hoya filmmakers.
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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 has put together a comprehensive list of different Georgetown relief efforts, including ways alumni can express their solidarity online.
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Alumni in the News

Linh Hoang (B’04) offers his perspective on the importance of LGBTQ advocacy.
The Washington Blade; 14 Apr 2011
Rev. Barbara Fast (L’79) recounts her journey in faith as she prepares to be installed as the pastor of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury.
Connecticut Post; 9 Apr 2011
Dr. Melanie Bone (SLL’81) received the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches’ 2011 Women In Leadership Award.
TCPalm; 6 Apr 2011
Mariel Reed (F’10) argues for a pragmatic dialogue on internet freedom with China.
Cape Cod Times; 21 Mar 2011
Beverly Perry (L’81), Pepco Holdings, Inc.’s senior vice president of external affairs, was recognized by Minority Enterprise Advocate as one of “50 Women of Influence and Power.”
The Denver Post; 16 Mar 2011
 
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Aimee Mullins (F’98)
Global Ambassador for L’Oréal Paris
Aimee Mullins’ career as an athlete, model and actress is a testament to what she calls “the opportunity of adversity.” While attending Georgetown on a full academic scholarship, Mullins became the first woman with prosthetic legs to compete in the NCAA. From setting world records in track at the 1996 Paralympic Games to walking the runway for Alexander McQueen, L’Oréal’s newest spokesperson leads by example as an advocate for positive self-image.
13 Apr 2011
 
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