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CARLSON: Applying Past to Future

CARLSON: Applying Past to Future

By Kent Carlson April 25, 2014

In his Easter vigil homily, Pope Francis discussed Jesus’ call to his disciples to return to Galilee. It symbolizes the return home and the return to one’s origins after a long journey. In the Christian...

CARLSON: Examining What Is and What Ought to Be

By Kent Carlson April 4, 2014

Recently, there seems to be a glorification of science, mathematics, engineering and technology fields in academic circles. From federal funding for engineering programs to Nate Silver’s new website...

CARLSON: Graduating Without Romantics

By Kent Carlson March 20, 2014

This is an awkward time of the year for us seniors. We are standing in the middle ground between graduating and being regular students. The 99 Days tradition at The Tombs serves as a consistent reminder...

CARLSON: The Value of Liberal Arts In New-Age Academia

By Kent Carlson February 14, 2014

On Jan. 20, Georgetown played host to former Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Susan Hockfield (MED ’79) for the second installment of the “Designing the Future(s) of the University”...

CARLSON: Collecting the Facts, Contesting 1789

By Online Editor January 17, 2014

Georgetown leaders often talk about changing trends and their impact on the future of the university. Skyrocketing tuition prices, increased scholarship demands to match the need for real skills and superior...

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