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Student Movement Promotes Self-Reflection

By Bryan Yuen October 31, 2014

As founder of the Treehouse Project, Oliver Friedfeld (COL ’15) is trying to help students at Georgetown understand that professional, teleological and educational concerns must still be in balance...

College Life and the Joy of New Beginnings

By Justin Kotwicki August 13, 2014

I grew up dreading the start of high school and middle school. As I held on to the final weeks of long nights and late mornings, the days of endless homework and 6 a.m. alarms frighteningly crept forward....

From Your Future Self: Putting College in Perspective

By Kylie Mohr November 22, 2013

Final exams don't really matter in the grand scheme of life. Reread that last sentence. Mull it over. Let it sink in. You're probably shaking your head. No, this isn't a joke. I'm serious. Putting finals...

ALBORNOZ: Striking a Mindful Balance

By Bebe Albornoz September 24, 2013

It’s a universally acknowledged truth that a student in possession of too little time and too much work must be in need of a long break. Last week, for example, I had about 150 pages of “Pride and...

Preserving Our Youth in Campus Memories

By John Morris May 16, 2013

In the past four years, Georgetown has given us more than we could have imagined. We’ve learned the intricacies of electoral politics and corporate finance, sure, but more importantly, we’ve discovered...

Goodbye to Familiar Spaces

By Rebecca Kiely May 18, 2012

A college townhouse is an interesting and strange place. Many parents avoid them at all costs, horrified by the smells and artifacts of the debauchery they hope we’re not participating in. Yet we spend...

Looking for Meaning in a Collegiate Life

By Courtney Mastrangelo February 2, 2012

We're all on this road … to where? No one really knows. We are our own trailblazers. There is a greater meaning to life than we can recognize. College is the place to find out what that meaning is....

Schall: What Is ‘College Life’?

By Fr. James V. Schall, S.J. September 2, 2011

The "Whiffenpoofs" are assembled "with their glasses raised on high," as the nostalgic Yale College hymn goes. The University of Maine fight-song resounds: "Lift the steins to dear old Maine…" That...

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