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!