Jack Segelstein

What I Learned At Georgetown

What I Learned At Georgetown

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05/01/2018

I had intended this column to be a reflection on my four years at Georgetown, but I’m having trouble looking further back than last week. Rev. Howard Gray, S.J., who spent the final year of his decade of service to Georgetown acting as interim Vice President of Mission and Ministry, returned to campus last week…

Joy and Hope in <i>Gaudium et spes</i>

Joy and Hope in Gaudium et spes

By: and
02/02/2018

October 1962 was a busy month. On the 6th, the Sino-Indian War broke out, which would claim over 10,000 casualties in the span of a month. On the 9th, Uganda gained independence from the United Kingdom, and, two weeks later, admission to the United Nations. And from the 16th to the 28th, the Cuban Missile…

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