Following the pre-med track at Georgetown University requires becoming well acquainted with chemistry. Pre-med coursework includes two … [Read more...] about REUTER: Maintaining Homeostasis in College
Late October and early November signal the start of a special season here at Georgetown. No, I do not mean the start of fall, although I do … [Read more...] about CARNES: Acknowledge Importance of Extensions
As students receive their syllabi at the beginning of the semester, the inconsistent and often unclear extension policies put forth by … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Codify Extension Policies
To ease the stress created by the modern “age of hurry,” it is necessary to care for others and avoid extreme individualism, award-winning … [Read more...] about Adichie Encourages Care for Others at College Commencement
Study days are meant to be an undisturbed time for students to prepare for finals. However, some Georgetown University professors disrupt … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Respect Students, Adhere to Finals Policy
Alongside students at other elite institutions such as Columbia University and Washington University in St. Louis, Georgetown students are … [Read more...] about TESTING TRUISMS: Can You Work Hard and Play Hard?
For many Georgetown students, stress is part of college life. Overwhelming amounts of school work, pressure to find a job or an internship … [Read more...] about Testing Truisms: Is Laughter the Best Medicine?
During the school year, Georgetown students devote a substantial amount of time and energy to their classes in order to thrive academically. … [Read more...] about O’BRIEN: Seize Opportunities To Recharge, Reflect
It is no secret that college is demanding. Homesickness, multiple assignments, work and social pressures make for an overbearing load. … [Read more...] about Curbing College Stress
My name is Benjamin McAfee and I graduated from Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2012. You are not alone. I experienced … [Read more...] about An Open Letter to The Invisible Patient