All six Fellows sit with Mo Elleithee on stage laughing.
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Title: Fall 2023 Fellows Meet Students at Open House

On September 7, 2023, Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service welcomed their Fall 2023 Fellows to the Hilltop. The six Fellows – Cristóbal Alex, Brenda Gianiny, Joe Hack, Nia-Malika Henderson, Emily Horne and Craig Minassian – joined GU Politics Executive Director Mo Elleithee (SFS ‘94) to introduce themselves and talk about how they will be involved with GU Politics this upcoming semester.

Students gathered in the Healey Family Student Center to hear from each of the Fellows about their backgrounds and the weekly discussion groups they will be leading this fall. Students then had the opportunity to ask the Fellows questions.

The Fellows expressed hope that the upcoming generation would step out of the echo chambers that divide people and step into the conversations that will keep our democracy intact. Students will have the opportunity to talk about politics and current events with the Fellows in their office hours and their weekly discussions.

Click here to read The Georgetown Voice’s coverage of the event.

Click here to read The Hoya’s discussion with the Fellows.


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