Articles tagged: Jesuits
The Voice spoke with five survivors of Dziak’s abuse, as well as chaplains, lawyers, and faculty members from different universities.
COVID-19 brought unique challenges to the Jesuits’ religious and communal lifestyle on campus and in the Georgetown neighborhood.
Georgetown’s complicity in slavery can now be physically traced back to the 1700s through recently discovered artifacts.
The GUSA Senate passed a resolution to commemorate the El Salvador Jesuit Martyrs in honor of November being Jesuit Heritage Month at their Nov. 10th meeting. On November 16, 1989,... Read more
In a schoolwide email sent Dec. 17, University President John DeGioia informed the Georgetown community of a Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus report which named over 20 Jesuit... Read more