News and Events

Recent announcements from the Office of Federal Relations, along with University headlines and GU in the news.


University Headlines

  • GU Celebrates Hanukkah: Menorah Lighting, Music
    The Jewish Chaplaincy, part of Georgetown’s Office of Campus Ministry, and the Jewish Student Association (JSA) lit three Hanukkah menorahs at Georgetown Dec. 1 to give thanks for miracles, religious freedom and each other on the first night of Hanukkah.
  • New Georgetown University Website to Launch
    The university’s new website – – that will launch tonight includes a redesigned homepage and “top tier” pages that are highly trafficked and provide a broad range of information about the entire university. The site is redesigned for the first time since 2002.
  • Drug Adherence Crucial for HIV Patients
    HIV today is no longer a death sentence – it can be managed well through a combination of powerful medications. But health outcomes depend on patients’ adherence to their drug regimes, says James Habyarimana, assistant professor of public policy.
  • Preview of Georgetown’s New Website Now Online
    A preview of Georgetown University’s new website is now available for viewing at
  • AIDS Orphans in Africa Immersed in Art Program
    Two Georgetown leaders are teaching an Art Immersion program for two weeks every year to AIDS-orphaned high school students in Kibera — one of Africa’s largest slums.

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