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Library Showcase a collage of student projects
 

Digital Story

Fall 2020

The Village Well is a bookstore-cafe in Culver City, CA planning to open in the week of December 13. Jennifer Caspar has been dreaming of starting this business for decades, and when the chips finally fell into place, the world fell apart
Screenshot of Website, with text "Duplin County, North Carolina: A Story of Environmental and Food Justice in the Hog Industry" with an aerial view of a hog farm
A StoryMap that analyzes the hog industry in Duplin County, NC through an environmental and food justice lens.
Screenshot of Website, with test "Feeding Birmingham, AL" featuring a food truck in front of a deli.
This site gives a tour of where the food system has gone wrong in Birmingham, Alabama by mapping food access and food sovereignty.

Spring 2020

text spelling out the Georgetown Voice

Spring 2019

Students studying in Lauinger Library
Why Hoyas love the "eyesore of campus."
Two women in a beauty supply store
This documentary explores the intricacies of beauty supply stores in the DMV area.

Fall 2018

Georgetown student being interviewed on camera
Here's a video from the Hoya about the student section at Georgetown's basketball games.
Veterans Day 2018
This project honors the men and women who have served our country.

Spring 2018

Lest We Forget Screenshot
The exhibit Lest We Forget by Luigi Toscano, displayed at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool features 120 photos of Holocaust survivors.
MBA students building an eco wall in Peru
Georgetown evening MBA students helped build an eco wall for a local school in the outskirt of Lima, Peru.
Georgetown women's rowing team
This digital story encompasses the struggles and successes of the Georgetown women's rowing team.

Fall 2017

Ratina Whiskers Strikes Wisey's
Coverage of the Wisey's rat incident with a comedic twist.

Spring 2017

Into The Past Animation
A short animation of part of a letter Julia's grandfather wrote her as a child.
Larry Calloway, bus driver at Georgetown University
Larry Calloway, a Bus Driver at Georgetown University, has been singing for more than 50 years.

Fall 2016

A family selling chicken and rice at the farmer's market.
A family sells chicken and rice at the Georgetown farmer's market.
Veterans Day in D.C.
Two Vietnam veterans discuss their time in war and battles with PTSD.
D.C. protests Mike Pence
As Mike Pence moves to the Chevy Chase neighborhood, many of his new neighbors enact a 'polite protest.'
Hispanic Reaction to Trump Election
Presenting a voice to a community that had been the subject of much vitriol over the course of Trump's election: namely Hispanics and immigrant Latinos.
Tennis team
Follows the Georgetown Women's Tennis Team after the destruction of their home courts.
The Georgetown Maker Hub
Watch this newscast to learn about Georgetown’s new Maker Hub!

Spring 2016

Two women at a table
This video highlights a local initiative working with the KIND Causes Campaign.
Pope Francis in Juarez, Mexico
Edwin Lopez travels to Ciudad Juarez in Mid-February to cover the pope's visit for The Caravel.
Unsung hero @ Georgetown University
Unsung Heroes is an organization that focuses on promoting awareness and appreciation for workers that keep our university running behind-the-scenes.
Chipotle in Georgetown
There's a unique relationship between college kids and Chipotle restaurant.
POV looking down steps
"Today" provides a glimpse of what the intensity of a day for someone with depression might look like.

Spring 2015

Painting of a cafe scene
My exhibit/video revolves around the theme of cafés, society and art. The idea came to me when thinking about how important cafés were for artists in Paris.
Glass artwork
I chose to create an exhibition highlighting the aesthetic, yet functional features of glass.
A clock fading into the natural landscape
What kind of containers are imposed on our lives?
A child in Israel
A short video about the history of Israel through the lens of several children who live and have lived there.

Spring 2013

Galileo looking through a telescope
The Podcast is a live radio broadcast of the verdict at Galileo's Trial.

Spring 2012

Fists touching with flags painted on them
This documentary explores the personal story of the triumphs and tragedies that come with revolution.

Fall 2011

People with their heads in their hands
Place is a way of understanding the world and more. Can the internet host a "place?" If so, how and why?

Spring 2011

Mary Magdalene
This video explores the controversial role and identity of Mary Magdalene by comparing the opinions of different religious ministers.

Spring 2009

An Enduring Gift
"An Enduring Gift" examines the story and influence of the Japanese gift of cherry trees to Washington, D.C.