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Georgetown joins partnership to present America's celebration recognizing the sainthood of two popes. Intro to Bioethics online course begins this week. Planning 203 sessions set to share university's master planning updates today and tomorrow.

Musical Celebration Recognizes Canonization of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII

Georgetown joins a coalition of partners from around the world to recognize the canonizations of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII with a May 5 concert at DAR Constitution Hall. Read more and watch video.

Georgetown’s Online Intro to Bioethics Begins This Week

Georgetown offers a six-week, massive open online course through edX that tackles many of the bioethics issues people deal with on an everyday basis. Read more and watch the video.

Blog on the Catholic, Jesuit Tradition, the Arts Debuts

Award-winning author Paul Elie, a senior fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, creates a new blog to foster conversations about the university, Jesuit heritage, the arts and more. Read more.

Migrants at Risk: How U.S. Policies Facilitate Human Trafficking

Anthropology professor Denise Brennan, author of Life Interrupted: Trafficking Into Forced Labor in the United States, says the U.S. has made it harder to locate and help trafficked individuals because of a “punitive deportation regime.” Watch more.

Planning 203: The next community forum on the university’s master planning is today 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. in Bunn ICC Auditorium. Provost Robert Groves and Dr. Howard Federoff, executive vice president of the Medical Center, will discuss long-range academic planning and how that impacts physical planning. Construction project updates and Georgetown’s sustainability initiatives also will be presented. In case you miss today's forum, another will be presented April 17 at 10:30 a.m.-noon in McShain Lounge. Presentation materials will be available on the master planning website after the sessions.
Last Chance: The Commuter Survey deadline has been extended through today. Share how you get to campus each day. Take the survey by the end of today for a chance to win one of three prizes.

Earth Month Calendar: In recognition of Earth Day (April 22), Georgetown celebrates a month of environmental awareness with featured speakers, activities and other random acts of "greenness" on campus.

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