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GADEA: The Season for Shared Humanity

GADEA: The Season for Shared Humanity

As the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birth begins, Christmas at Georgetown is overcome with fevered anticipation for finals and the eventual freedom that follows. Oftentimes, in this especially busy time, it is easy to forget some of the lessons we usually talk about this time of year. Of these lessons,[Read More…]

by December 16, 2013 0 comments Opinion
GADEA: A Wise Balance of Policy

GADEA: A Wise Balance of Policy

Here at Georgetown, the aim of contemplation is to further our self-understanding and thereby further our understanding of our role in the world. We seek to grasp what it means to be part of the places we call home. Here, in our second home, we learn about contemplation in action,[Read More…]

by October 18, 2013 0 comments Uncategorized
GADEA: Division Derails Congress

GADEA: Division Derails Congress

When I voted Republican, I asked for a small government, not a petty one. Over the past few weeks, however, Congress has given us just that: a trifling government of power-hungry individuals with no regard for the nation’s increasing dysfunction. I’m reminded of the crew of a boat who let[Read More…]

by October 4, 2013 0 comments Opinion