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Liu Returns After Exit Ban in China

Liu Returns After Exit Ban in China

By Annalise Myre October 1, 2021

Georgetown University student Victor Liu (COL ’22) and his sister arrived in the United States after being barred from leaving China for three years. While visiting their dying grandfather in...

The 5 Types of Parents and Family Members You Met at Parents Weekend

The 5 Types of Parents and Family Members You Met at Parents Weekend

By Julia Axtell and Julia Axtell October 18, 2016

It has been seven weeks since you left home to come to Georgetown. Whether you are returning for another killer year or are a first timer on the Hilltop, it is still hard being away from your family...

LOWE & SHAH: A Loss That Gives Life Its Meaning

LOWE & SHAH: A Loss That Gives Life Its Meaning

By Charlie Lowe and Parth Shah January 26, 2016

I was not always an only child. For a week of my life, in the early days of January 1996, I had a brother. His name was Matthew Joseph Lowe. He passed away peacefully in my house, but has remained in my...

The Perks of Going Home

By Rita Chang June 10, 2014

As the summer began and I finally left Georgetown, I encountered a strange dread to return to what should be the most familiar place on Earth — home. After spending a long period of time so far away,...

Seeing Double

By Victoria Edel November 30, 2011

Kimberly and Caroline Garity (COL '12) always knew that they wanted to go to the same college. Dave Nulsen (SFS '12), however, fought with his twin brother when he realized that Pete (COL '12) too...

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