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VIEWPOINT: Make the Hilltop a Home

VIEWPOINT: Make the Hilltop a Home

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee April 17, 2023

As the academic year slowly comes to an end, I’ve found myself repeating “I miss home.” For some, this may be difficult to understand. After all, my friends have gone home or met their families...

MEHTA: Combat GU Eating Culture

MEHTA: Combat GU Eating Culture

By Sanaa Mehta January 20, 2023

CW: This article discusses eating disorders. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. “It’s my first meal of the day” is a typical 4 p.m. Georgetown University...

KAWAMURA: Rethink Laughter as the Best Medicine

KAWAMURA: Rethink Laughter as the “Best Medicine”

By Ava Kawamura January 20, 2023

People often advise others to follow certain “life lessons” as they navigate their encounters and relationships. From “good things come to those who wait” to “don’t judge a book by its cover,”...

LIU: Combatting the Culture of Instant Genius

By Elaine Chia-Tzu Liu February 20, 2018

Books, for many of us, have become trophies to demonstrate superiority over our peers. News articles are regurgitated to broadcast our worldliness, and documentaries are not watched for enjoyment, but...

A Shared Obligation

By Olivia Hinerfeld July 29, 2015

The start of my freshman year at Georgetown was unremarkable. In the first couple weeks of school, I quickly fell into a group of friends — all male — who lived on the floor above me. We ate all our...

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