I write this as I sit in “Mammalian Physiology,” wondering why I find myself preparing for a consulting interview. Our professor just showed … [Read more...] about Why Am I Wearing a Suit?
Senior year is not anything like I thought it would be when I first came to Georgetown — in the best way. I’m having the strongest football … [Read more...] about Paying it Forward
In November of this past year, I was raped. It happened at Georgetown. The perpetrator was a Georgetown student. Rape happens here. With all … [Read more...] about Confession
Georgetown likes to tell students they can have it all. The university tour, websites and brochures boast that Georgetown, unlike many other … [Read more...] about Supporting Student Interns
MTV filmed live from campus, allowing students to pose questions to the presidential candidates in Healy Circle Friday afternoon. MTV … [Read more...] about MTV Filmed Live on Campus
For a school graced by imposing architecture and a scenic setting, finding art can be surprisingly difficult. But even as students and … [Read more...] about Art Program Lacks Space, Support
As sophomores settle into their second year at Georgetown, they face decisions that will affect the rest of their time on the Hilltop, … [Read more...] about University to Help Ease Sophomore Slump
The Collegiate Readership Program, which provided free daily newspapers to students, has been suspended for the second semester in two years … [Read more...] about Readership Program Flounders Again