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HIGH-FUNCTIONING FAILURE: How To Make Male Friends

By Alex Mitchell April 28, 2017

Ah, male friendship — just like dating, but with less handholding and sometimes more cuddling, depending on the companion. These friendships are especially formative for men as they prepare to go out...

Takeaways From a Semester at Georgetown

Takeaways From a Semester at Georgetown

By Lisa Park and Lisa Park January 30, 2017

Congratulations! You made it through first semester (barely). But now you've returned wiser, crazier, somehow smarter and definitely fatter! This is what I've learned after my first semester of freshman...

Winter Survival Guide

Winter Survival Guide

By Tori Forelli and Tori Forelli February 23, 2015

If you somehow didn't notice the white stuff that have been falling from the sky recently or the freezing cold temperatures, let this article assure you it is in fact winter at Georgetown. So before...

COURTESY LAUREN BERGER

Lauren Berger, CEO of her website InternQueen.com, believes that internships are essential for all students as part of their future career pursuits.

Intern Queen Spills Her Secrets on How to Get Ahead

By Rita Chang April 10, 2014

Recently featured in publications such as The New York Times, Teen Vogue and LA Weekly, Lauren Berger has become a big name in the internship industry. The CEO of her own website, InternQueen.com,...

GAAP Weekend Etiquette

GAAP Weekend Etiquette

By D.J. Angelini and D.J. Angelini March 29, 2014

Judging from the crowds of young children with name tags and the abundance of middle-aged men wearing backpacks, it looks like GAAP Weekend is upon us! GAAP Weekend is a weekend where accepted students...

How to Talk to a Second Semester Senior

How to Talk to a Second Semester Senior

By Victoria Edel and Victoria Edel January 11, 2014

As they begin their last semester of college, the members of the Class of 2014 are in a strange place. Some of them have job offers and graduate school acceptances, but many of them do not. Whether they're...

How to De-stress and Get Happy

How to De-stress and Get Happy

By KP and KP November 21, 2013

With ongoing midterms (and finals around the corner), it's easy for GU student stress levels to run exceedingly high. All-nighters in Lau can take quite a toll, and sometimes naps – although quite beneficial...

That One Time I Got Lost In The Woods...

That One Time I Got Lost In The Woods…

By KP and KP September 11, 2013

It feels so great to be back on the Hilltop. While I missed a lot of things during my summer absence, one of the things I missed the most was the exhilarating feeling of running in D.C. I'll admit, I'm...

Surviving Midterms

By Allie Canal and Allie Canal October 3, 2012

Midterms. One word that hardly anyone ever wants to hear. It’s hard to believe that we’ve already made it halfway through the semester. Now that the excitement of Homecoming is over and the adjusting...

Career Fair 101

By Alana McGovern and Alana McGovern September 27, 2012

The Fall Career Fair will open to students on September 28th from 10 A.M.- 3 P.M. I know I know, thinking about the Real World is stressful, but eventually you have to face it. Might as well do it the...

Summer InternTips: Your First Week

By The 4E Staff and The 4E Staff June 6, 2012

If you're like me, you just finished your third day of your summer internship. You're learning the ropes at your new job, and you're just starting to get to know your boss, secretary and office mates....

Your Guide to Theater in the District

By Abby Reutzel May 17, 2012

The District plays host to a dynamic and burgeoning theater scene that will continue to thrive this summer. From reinterpretations of Shakespearean classics to controversial musicals, take advantage of...

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