Articles tagged: Alumni
More Georgetown graduates go into consulting than any other field. Why?
Statistically, there’s a 1 in 3 chance that I, albeit a CULP major in the SFS, will go into consulting or banking.
GSP is weathering the economic downturn. But its sustainability remains uncertain.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic toll, alumni donations for the Georgetown Scholars Program has remained relatively consistent.
Georgetown faculty feature prominently in Biden transition team
Ten Georgetown University faculty members have been named to President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team thus far.
Georgetown alumni maintain strong presence in 117th Congress
This January, Georgetown will send 26 incumbents and one newcomer to be inducted into the 117th Congress of the United States,
Amid GUSA resolution and student petition, alumni ambassador decides to resign
CW: This article discusses allegations of sexual assault and harassment. In a rare move, the GUSA Senate called an emergency meeting the night of June 29 to rewrite a piece... Read more
End Legacy Admissions
In 2014, Johns Hopkins University quietly removed its admissions’ consideration of legacy status. This January, their university president went public with the change in The Atlantic, noting dramatic increases in... Read more
SFS Grad Nielsen Resigns as Secretary of Homeland Security
Kirstjen Nielsen (SFS ’94) resigned from her position as Secretary of Homeland Security on Sunday, April 7, effective Wednesday. She was confirmed to the position on Dec. 6, 2017 after... Read more
Finding His Voice: Rick Newcombe Discusses his Media Career and the ‘Electric’ Early Days of the Voice
Richard Newcombe (COL ’72) was dedicated to get into Georgetown, but he struggled to get the right grades to get accepted. “My family took a trip to Washington D.C. when... Read more
Cynthia Paulis On Sunsets, the Voice, and Life as A Woman at Georgetown
Every evening, as the sun sets over the oceanside near her home in Massapequa Park, N.Y., Cynthia Paulis (MSB ’74) rides her bike along the beach. As the sky turns... Read more
Finding His Voice: John Baldoni recalls pictures, protests, and the early days of the Voice
As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. John Baldoni (COL ’74) arrived on the Hilltop in... Read more
Finding His Voice: Martin Yant Looks Back on Voice Founding, Career of Investigating
As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March 2019, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. In the fall of 1967, Georgetown was... Read more
Will Haskell Win? Recent Grad Runs for State Senate
After graduating in May, Will Haskell put his plans to attend Georgetown Law School on hold to vie for a seat in the Connecticut State Senate, representing the 26th district.... Read more
Finding His Voice: Jason Berry reflects on college and career
As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March 2019, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. Jason Berry (COL ’71) arrived at Georgetown... Read more