James Constant

Saxa Poitica: Classism dialogue outside the classroom

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04/15/2015

I’ll be dedicating my last Saxa Politica column (at least for the foreseeable future) to an issue I’ve seen grow in salience over the three years I’ve spent in college. As someone majoring in the liberal arts, I’ve taken quite a few seminar classes that, many times, dedicate long periods of class time to discussing…

Under the Covers: Pursuing the Persistence of Memory

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04/15/2015

Memory is a fickle aspect of our lives. Vibrant memories can provide a level of certainty to conceptions of self, but they also hold painful details that sour relationships and cement hatred. Amnesia can erase old resentments and bring enemies together. Does forgetfulness excise people’s true selves, or does it permit them to eclipse pasts…

Under the Covers: Books should start at the beginning

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02/12/2015

Sometimes, the bits that go nowhere are the most important ones. I’ve been reading Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I know, I know. I’m about seven years late to the Swedish murder-mystery party. I’m only two hundred pages in—not even close to where blood starts getting spilled and the going gets exciting—but…

Saxa Politica: Campaign videos campaign for votes

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02/12/2015

Have you heard the shrill bleating of a freshman campaigner exhorting his roommate to “join us in building a new Georgetown”? Yes, GUSA campaign season has begun. For the next week, campus will be assaulted by feel-good slogans and beset on all sides by the grandiose promises of GUSA hopefuls that have little chance of…

CV: Sleater-Kinney, No Cities to Love

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01/29/2015

Band reunions are often a bitter cash grab. As a die-hard Doolittle fan, it pains me to think of the Pixies’ whitebread post-2003 releases. The same goes for the latest incarnations of Sebadoh and even Neutral Milk Hotel. The greats of the ‘90s aren’t what they used to be. The Sleater-Kinney revival, however, strikes of…

Saxa Politica: It’s time to let students get on board

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01/21/2015

GUSA did something great last week. No, seriously! The student body’s esteemed representatives released a proposal on Jan. 11. In it, they call on D.C. college and university students to unite to eliminate the city residency requirement that is currently a prerequisite for serving on D.C. Boards and Commissions. As of now, students who aren’t…

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