25 years later, panel reflects on Catholic Bishops’ “Economic Justice for All” pastoral letter

Yesterday afternoon, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs hosted a roundtable discussion on the US Conference of Catholic Bishops’ pastoral letter, “Economic Justice for All,” in light of the document’s 25th anniversary. Discussing the relevance of… Read More

Former President Bill Clinton talks economics, presidential responsibilities in Gaston

On Friday afternoon, former President Bill Clinton (SFS ‘68) spoke at Gaston Hall, and reflected on the current economic and political state of the country. His speech was part of the “Clinton-Gore Economics: Understanding the Lessons of the… Read More

Georgetown students starting microfinance club

All you do-gooder econ and finance students out there, get excited: two Georgetown students—Brian Gallagher (MSB ’10) and Ben Sacher (SFS ’12)—are starting a microfinance club. The idea behind microfinance is that giving small loans to entrepreneurs in… Read More