Join the Georgetown University Library Associates and The Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance for the fourth Georgetown Writes program, featuring alumni discussing their experiences and careers within their chosen field. When: October 11, 2017, 6:00pm-8:00pm Where: Pierce Reading Room, Lauinger Library Panelists: Sarah Mimms (C’10), Deputy Politics Editor for Buzzfeed Mark Bulik
Hoyas in Letters: The Changing Landscape of Journalism in an Era of “Fake News” The fourth Hoyas In Letters event, “The Changing Landscape of Journalism in an Era of ‘Fake News’”, featured a panel of acclaimed GU journalists who spoke to an audience of nearly 100 attendees – our biggest event
The Third Annual Georgetown University Film Festival (GUFF17) is coming to campus When: April 6-7 Where: Film Screening Room located above the Healey Family Student Center GUFF17, which is entirely student organized, will open with LoveTrue, a genre-bending documentary directed by Alma Ha’rel that follows three complicated real-life relationships as they unfold
The Tenth Annual GEMALaw Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium Friday, February 3, 2017 | Georgetown Law | Hart Auditorium | 10:00AM-5:00PM SCHEDULE 10:00-10:10AM Opening Remarks, Annick Banoun & Marissa Moshell, GEMALaw Co-Presidents 10:10-11:10AM The Founders: A Conversation with the Founders of GEMALaw about the Role of In-House Counsel Moderator: Daniel Werly
GEMA meets Alums Nick Kroll & John Mulaney starring in Oh, Hello On December 15, 2016, 25 GEMA members attended the Broadway hit show “Oh, Hello,” written by and starring Nick Kroll (C ’01) and John Mulaney (C ’04). “Oh, Hello,” tells the story of a pair of geriatric roommates
GEMA DC BREAKFAST SERIES The Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance treated alumni and students to an informal discussion, Q&A, and a tour of SiriusXM Radio Georgetown alums JulieAnne Sebold Evanina (MBA ’11), VP, Digital Sales & Marketing and David Pascual (MBA ’17), Senior Director, Web Content Development hosted GEMA members for breakfast, a
GEMA: Hoyas in Letters Self-Publishing: Pros, Cons, and Successful Strategies Hoyas in Letters drew an enthusiastic crowd on September 21 for its third successful event. The highly anticipated panel discussion, “Self-Publishing: Pros, Cons, and Successful Strategies,” was held in Midtown Manhattan and was followed by a reception and networking. Guest panelists included Maureen Corrigan,
GEMA DC cordially invites you to a Fringe Festival Outing with Playwright Emily Liner (COL ’08) When: Wednesday, July 20, 6:30PM Where: Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H Street NE, Washington, DC) & Red Rocks (1348 H Street NE, Washington, DC Register now Join the Georgetown Alumni Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
With every decade from current students to the Class of ’68 represented, GEMA has assembled an incredible group of renowned and soon-to-be discovered talent. Hear some Hoya penned hits, interpretations of ageless songs, plus brand new original compositions. So put on your seat belts and enjoy the ultimate GROOVE ON THE
You haven’t been… you’ve heard about it If you have been… you’re a believer… …don’t miss it… GEMA in conjunction with Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts proudly presents: GEMA ROCKS VII Get tickets now! When: September 16 & 17, 8 p.m. Where: Gonda Theatre,Georgetown University Ticket Sales Now Available!