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Chemistry Department Features Student Research on RNA Identification and Fluorine Compound Quantification

Chemistry Department Features Student Research on RNA Identification and Fluorine Compound Quantification

By Shiva Ranganathan October 20, 2023

The department of chemistry hosted their weekly seminar series, which featured the research of two Georgetown graduate students, Nadia Sarfraz and Jordan Tanen, both seeking their PhD, on Oct. 12. Since...

REUTER: Maintaining Homeostasis in College

By Sarah Reuter February 14, 2020

Following the pre-med track at Georgetown University requires becoming well acquainted with chemistry. Pre-med coursework includes two semesters of “General Chemistry,” two semesters of “Organic...

March Sadness: Georgetown Edition

March Sadness: Georgetown Edition

By Sam Shapiro and Sam Shapiro April 3, 2018

As the real March Madness came to an end, we here at 4E decided to give some ~content~ to all of Hoya Nation who had to sit through another NCAA Tournament without a team to root for. We all have places...

SISODIYA: Fueling the Body, Feeding the Mind

SISODIYA: Fueling the Body, Feeding the Mind

By Sudhanshu Sisodiya November 1, 2016

Food is central to all of our lives. We often talk about food, watch TV shows about food and share food with friends and family. This should not be surprising given the fundamental necessity of food in...

Brains, Booze and Bad Decisions

By Ayan Mandal April 29, 2016

Around this time last year in the spring of 2015, I saw a poster on campus that read “Make Good Decisions.” This poster was obviously in reference to Georgetown Day, the last Friday of classes during...

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