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Hasan Minhaj Discusses Diversity, Career in Gaston Hall

Hasan Minhaj Discusses Diversity, Career in Gaston Hall

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04/09/2019

Hasan Minhaj fielded questions about his comedy, political commentary, and his Indian, Muslim, and immigrant background in a panel discussion before a sold out Gaston Hall on March 28.  Minhaj spoke with the current president of the South Asian Society, Vishal Menon (MSB ’19), who was joined by two past presidents of the organization, Vinoda…

“Edges that Blur” marks 10 year anniversary of LGBTQ Resource Center

“Edges that Blur” marks 10 year anniversary of LGBTQ Resource Center

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10/22/2018

Commemorating the tenth anniversary of Georgetown’s LGBTQ Resource Center, a group of about 150 students, faculty, alumni, and other supporters gathered for a conversation with Daniel Porterfield (COL ’83) and Marcia Chatelain to discuss the relationship between student activism and institutions of higher education. The event, hosted by the Tagliabue Initiative for LGBTQ Life and…

Nobel Peace Prize nominee keynotes inaugural Waging Peace Conference

Nobel Peace Prize nominee keynotes inaugural Waging Peace Conference

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04/17/2018

The Justice and Peace Studies Program (JUPS) and GU Politics hosted the first annual Waging Peace Conference on April 13. The event’s theme was “Meeting the Other,” focusing on promoting nonviolence and condemning hatred and xenophobia. Organizers were moved by recent episodes of racial violence nationwide, specifically noting the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville and…

Amanda Seales keynotes BRAVE 2018, discusses art and individuality for black women

Amanda Seales keynotes BRAVE 2018, discusses art and individuality for black women

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03/22/2018

Students gathered on March 16 to discuss black women empowerment as part of the third-annual BRAVE Summit. The summit featured multiple speakers and eight breakout sessions throughout the day, including keynote speaker actress Amanda Seales. BRAVE, which stands for “Black, Resilient, Artistic, Vigilant, and Enough,” was founded by three Georgetown alumnae in order to unite…

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