Post Tagged with: "self discovery"

BOND: Overcoming Preconceptions to Find Anime’s True Worth

My venture into the labyrinth of nerd kingdom began innocently at first. As the younger sister to an older brother, an even older cousin and an entirely male-saturated family environment where all holidays revolved around consoles and controllers, it was only natural to embrace video games. Christmas was essentially our thinly[Read More…]

by September 4, 2015 1 comment Guide - Top, Guide Columns, The Guide
Former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim spoke about his experiences with police brutality as part of the “Trials” session at the TEDxGeorgetown event in Gaston Hall on Saturday afternoon.

TEDx Speakers Share Stories of Self-Discovery

The fourth annual TEDxGeorgetown event entitled “Ithaca: The Road Less Traveled,” focused on stories about journeys, drawing around 500 attendees on Saturday. Talks from students, faculty members, staff members and individuals from outside of the university community were separated into three sessions, titled “Formation,” “Trials” and “Coda,” with breakout groups[Read More…]

by November 18, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top

Valuing Personal Identity

I’ve never had much of a problem being the minority, having attended predominately white schools for most of my education. Therefore, I expected that my experience at Georgetown would be no different from previous ones. Sure Georgetown had the smallest demographic of African-Americans of all the schools I had ever[Read More…]

by September 26, 2014 0 comments Guide Columns, The Guide
Alexander Brown/The Hoya

For Those Outside the Joe Hoya Mold

“How do you feel about graduating?!” It’s the senior year equivalent to New Student Orientation’s “Name/hometown/major?” We all have our own canned responses, but none of them quite contain the nuances that four years on the Hilltop entail. For those of us who bleed Hoya Blue, graduation can be a[Read More…]