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      Verizon CenterDecember 3, 2012
      Stadium
      • Washington, United States

      Verizon Center just turned 15 years old on Dec. 2, 2012.

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      Alumni House | Georgetown UniversityFebruary 6, 2012
      Administrative Building
      • Washington, United States

      Thanks for stopping by! Show your check-in to Colleen at the front desk & receive a free pen, courtesy of the Georgetown University Alumni Association.

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      Alumni House | Georgetown UniversityFebruary 2, 2012
      Administrative Building
      • Washington, United States

      Thanks for stopping by! Show your check-in to Colleen at the front desk & receive a free pen, courtesy of the Georgetown University Alumni Association.

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      Georgetown UniversityNovember 15, 2011
      University
      • Washington, United States

      Welcome to Georgetown University! Check out our GU Campus Tour list and explore our historic hilltop.

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      McDonough Gymnasium, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Basketball
      • Washington, United States

      Home court for the women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The men’s basketball team plays at the Verizon Center located in the heart of DC. Georgetown is also represented by 29 teams in 15 sports.

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      Southwest Quadrangle, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Quad
      • Washington, United States

      You are surrounded by three entirely separate, conjoined residence halls, designed to hold 780 students in double & single occupancy rooms. Each floor is connected to promote small “floor communities”

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      Wolfington Hall, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Washington, United States

      Jesuits have dedicated their lives to Georgetown and are easily accessible. Wolfington, known as the “JesRes” on campus, is home to most of the 60 Jesuits that live at the university.

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      Leo O'Donovan Dining Hall, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Cafeteria
      • Washington, United States

      Leo’s is the main dining hall on campus offering two levels of food and drink options. As a “trayless” facility, Leo’s is able to save about 145,000 gallons of water per year.

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      New South | Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Washington, United States

      A freshman residence hall, New South opened in 1959 and is so-named because at the time it was the building furthers south on campus. The name stuck!

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      Healy Hall, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Washington, United States

      Built in 1877 Healy Hall is a National Historic Landmark. It is named after Patrick F. Healy, S.J., Georgetown president from 1873-1882 and the first African-American to head a major university.

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      White-Gravenor Hall, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Washington, United States

      Home to the undergraduate admissions office. Can you find the two dates inscribed above the main door? 1634 marks the founding of the Maryland Colony and 1789 the founding of Georgetown!

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      Alumni Square | Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Quad
      • Washington, United States

      Alumni Square contains upperclassmen apartments with full kitchens and bathrooms. GU also owns approximately 70 townhouses within one block of the main gates.

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      Poulton Hall, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Washington, United States

      Looking north from the front gates you'll see Poulton Hall, home to the Center for Social Justice and the Mask & Bauble dramatic society - the oldest of its kind in the nation!

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      Copley Lawn, Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Education
      • Washington, United States

      Did you know: "Hoya Saxa" literally means "what rocks" in Latin and Greek. So, if anyone asks you "What is a Hoya?" say YES!

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      Copley Hall | Georgetown UniversityOctober 17, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Washington, United States

      Copley is an upper-class residence hall. The first floor contains Copley Formal Lounge, a large formal room used for many student and university gatherings. Copley is also home to St. Williams Chapel.

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      The Heyden Observatory, Georgetown UniversityFebruary 25, 2011
      Education
      • Washington, United States

      Contact the GU Astronomical Society to get the schedule of viewings (usually every Tuesday at 10pm weather permitting) and to arrange a tour.

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      Gaston Hall, Georgetown UniversityFebruary 25, 2011
      Auditorium
      • Washington, United States

      Watch an event in Gaston Hall. Since 1901 Gaston has hosted heads of state, foreign dignitaries, prominent politicians and notable artists and performers.

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      Village A, Georgetown UniversityFebruary 25, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Washington, United States

      Take the stairs to the top of Village A for great views of the Potomac River and our neighbor to the south - Arlington, VA.

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      The Exorcist StepsFebruary 25, 2011
      Scenic Lookout
      • Washington, United States

      These stairs were made famous in the 1973 horror movie, "The Exorcist." Today you might find GU students and athletes using them for exercising, instead of exorcising.

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      Copley Lawn, Georgetown UniversityFebruary 25, 2011
      Education
      • Washington, United States

      This is a great place to hang out when the weather is nice, especially on Friday afternoons when you can grab a GUGS burger!

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