Jewish Life Thrives at Georgetown

WJW (new window)“Carolyn Lehman remembers how her announcement that she would attend Georgetown University was met with mock horror. The women at her synagogue teased her, saying that studying at the Jesuit school would lead to her conversion to Catholicism. It hasn’t happened.

Now a senior, Lehman found that Georgetown, located in the vibrant Washington neighborhood of the same name, offers its 600 Jewish students a plethora of ways to be involved, from extracurricular clubs and groups to internships, housing and classes.”

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Excerpt pulled from the Washington Jewish Week. Article written by Alexa Laz, General Assignment Reporter, and was published on September 10, 2014.