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Learning Lessons on Black History Month

Learning Lessons on Black History Month

The month of February holds a special significance on the calendar as Black History Month. It’s a time to reflect on the state of the past and present, but just as importantly, to celebrate the incredible cultural, social and political vibrancy that the black community has created and continues to.[Read More…]

by February 11, 2011 0 comments The Guide

More to Indulge in Than Cupcakes at Baked & Wired

Most of you, or I hope most of you, have heard of Baked & Wired — the friendly, quirky alternative to Georgetown Cupcake. The rivalry for reputation of “best cupcake” in the Georgetown area’s cupcake market is relatively fabled here on campus; the best part about B & W, though,[Read More…]

by January 28, 2011 0 comments Opinion

Rom Com Holds On by a String

Romantic relationships are confusing, exciting, overwhelming, exhilarating and oftentimes frustrating. Most of all, however, they’re necessary. Let’s be real: We all know this on some level, either from personal experience or observations of our friends — and that’s not even including the veritable slew of romantic comedy films pervading Hollywood.[Read More…]

by January 28, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Rom Com Holds On by a String

Romantic relationships are confusing, exciting, overwhelming, exhilarating and oftentimes frustrating. Most of all, however, they’re necessary. Let’s be real: We all know this on some level, either from personal experience or observations of our friends — and that’s not even including the veritable slew of romantic comedy films pervading Hollywood.[Read More…]

by January 21, 2011 0 comments Uncategorized