What we’ve done so far:
Renamed this traditional GUSA policy area from “Mission and Ministry” to “Religious Inclusivity” to reflect a purposeful change in function
Worked with the Hindu Students Association to film a soon-to-be-published video introducing Brahmachari Vrajvihari Sharan, our new Hindu chaplain
- Continued to strengthen communication and partnership between GUSA and Campus Ministry
What we’re prioritizing for the rest of our term:
Hosting a panel with chaplains of different faiths to showcase Georgetown’s interfaith community to those who are not normally involved in Campus Ministry
Working with the Hindu and Muslim Students Associations to advocate for the construction of adequate faith-specific and multifaith/interfaith prayer spaces on campus
Feel free to reach out to GUSA Religious Inclusivity Chair Evan Waddill with questions, comments, or concerns!