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The Stages of Losing Your GoCard

The Stages of Losing Your GoCard

By Nikki Hauser and Nikki Hauser April 25, 2017

Who knew a tiny, ugly piece of plastic would mean so much to us? If you're a Georgetown student, you've probably lost your GoCard before. And if you're like me, you lose it almost every week. How do...

No More Distractions

By The Editorial Board April 21, 2015

The Georgetown University College Republicans hosted Christina Hoff Sommers, an author and philosophy professor known for her criticism of contemporary feminism and her disavowal of a so-called “rape...

Destigmatizing Depression

Destigmatizing Depression

By Joe Murdy December 5, 2014

“No, I can’t be depressed. I’m not some psycho,” I remember telling myself once. For two-and a-half years I had felt this way. I went on with my life just telling myself I was in the wrong...

The Five Stages of Finals Acceptance

The Five Stages of Finals Acceptance

By Max Wheeler and Max Wheeler May 1, 2014

Study Days: a time when classes are over, alarms are turned off and fashion doesn't exist. Sadly, they are simply a precursor to final exams, those pesky little tests that cover basically everything...

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