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Fulfilling Long-Lost Dreams of Camp Life

The gloriously surprising weather of this past weekend took me back to my summer camp days. More specifically, it made me realize that I have found my place at Georgetown in a way that I never did at summer camp. When I was nine years old, I spent two weeks[Read More…]

by March 23, 2010 0 comments Uncategorized

Snuggle Up to Successful Studying

This year two close friends gave me my Christmas present early: a Snuggie they had found on clearance at a shop in Georgetown. I quickly realized that the “blanket with sleeves” really is the gift that keeps on giving. I became an immediate Snuggie convert. I sat at my desk[Read More…]

by March 2, 2010 0 comments Uncategorized
Realities of Snowpocalypse

Hearkening Back to Snow Day Exhilaration of Childhood

Snow days are magical. As a kid growing up in Chicago, I cherished snow days because they were so elusive. There was not lack of snow, but the city was well bolstered against most types of weather attacks. If a snowstorm hit, but the snow stopped falling by the wee[Read More…]

by February 9, 2010 0 comments Opinion

Six-Word Capsules Carry Life Tales

It is said that novelist Ernest Hemingway, when asked to write a full story in six words, responded with “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” A few years ago, Smith – an online magazine that specializes in memoirs – adopted the same challenge and invited their readers to write the[Read More…]

by January 26, 2010 0 comments Uncategorized
School Spirit: GU’s Identity at Risk

School Spirit: GU’s Identity at Risk

Image Contributor; There are dozens of things that set Georgetown apart from other exceptional universities in the nation and in the world – including our Catholic identity. Yet in my time at Georgetown, I have found myself exceedingly disappointed with the way our university apologizes for being Catholic. Do not[Read More…]

by October 27, 2009 0 comments Uncategorized