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VIEWPOINT: Personalizing My Career Path

By Sara Carioscia September 25, 2018

I spent a significant part of my senior year sitting in the upper level of the new Peet’s Coffee applying for jobs. I vividly remember walking down steep 35th Street, turning left on M, and rushing to...

What Your Favorite La Croix Flavor Says About You

What Your Favorite La Croix Flavor Says About You

By Joanie Castiello and Joanie Castiello November 2, 2017

La Croix: It can be found in any Georgetown Girl's refrigerator, but no one really knows how to pronounce it ... La Croy? La Cwah? La Crocs? For those of us who love this sparkling beverage, here's...

What Flavor of Burnetts Are You?

What Flavor of Burnett’s Are You?

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein March 24, 2014

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LAMIELL: A Lost Philosophy Worth Remembering

By James T. Lamiell March 4, 2014

In May 1984, less than two full years after I joined the faculty in the psychology department here at Georgetown, I was privileged to participate in a symposium at the Second European Conference on Personality,...

What Does Your Coffee Say About You?

What Does Your Coffee Say About You?

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff December 10, 2012

It’s that time of year when even the most avid tea drinker feels that the meager amount of caffeine in green tea just isn’t cutting it. Yes, as finals approach, I find myself upping my caffeine intake...

Sit Down With Dalvin: Georgetown’s Newest Talk Show Personality Center Stage

By Emily Grau November 1, 2012

It’s no secret that Georgetown students like to stay informed about events occurring both on and off campus, constantly checking social media and news websites. Still,Dalvin Butler (COL ’13) thought...

MEANEY AND HOYT: A Generation Marked by Fear

By Michael Meaney and Matthew Hoyt October 31, 2011

After the Lusitania, the Battle of the Somme, the first Wall Street crash and rampant unemployment, during vitriolic politics and national division, we had a New Deal. Our leaders told us to have no fear. Even...

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