Sabrina Kayser

Forging a Path: Learn to Trust Yourself

Forging a Path: Learn to Trust Yourself

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10/28/2016

I remember how my hands were shaking. How I couldn’t seem to get rid of the adrenaline coursing through my veins, the shallow breathing, the thoughts in my head like monkeys swinging wildly from vine to vine. It was the day of the deadline, back when I thought I wanted to study abroad at Oxford….

Georgetown University Concert Choir: Bringing Mozart Bach

Georgetown University Concert Choir: Bringing Mozart Bach

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04/15/2015

For many Georgetown students, McNeir Auditorium is a bit of an enigma. Aside from the occasional lecture or small performance, it’s a space that often sits empty during the day. On Monday and Wednesday evenings, however, the space fills with the sound of student voices as the Georgetown University Concert Choir gathers for their weekly…

Student Artwork Steals the Spotlight

Student Artwork Steals the Spotlight

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04/09/2015

As part of Georgetown University’s second annual Arts Week, student artwork submissions will be on display in the Healey Family Student Center this Sunday night. Artwork was submitted by 15 different students and ranges from a portrait made on a wood panel with old makeup to large paintings and ink drawings. The richness and diversity…

Unite at Unity Live!

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02/04/2015

This Friday, the School of Nursing and Health Studies Academic Council and the GU AIDS Coalition are collaborating for the 3rd year in a row to host the 6th annual Unity Live benefit concert in Gaston Hall. The show will feature student dance and music groups, who will come together and perform to raise awareness…

Marco Polo  Is A Guilty Pleasure

Marco Polo  Is A Guilty Pleasure

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01/22/2015

The screen is black as the deep, throaty sounds of Mongolian chanting loom in the darkness. Then, the wail of a Chinese erhu soars; the blackness reveals itself as a massive river of ink slowly and powerfully swallowing up blank paper, as inevitable as the forces of change that constantly transform this world. This is…

Book Review: The Hope We Seek, Richard Shapero

Book Review: The Hope We Seek, Richard Shapero

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01/14/2015

One day in early October, young entrepreneurs handed out copies of a mysterious novel to innocent passersby meandering through Red Square. Perhaps you picked up a copy, or stopped long enough to read the back cover: “YOU WANT HER, DON’T YOU” This proclamation screams out in big black letters on the cover of the book…

Transcendentalism on Tumblr is an unattainable ideal

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10/29/2014

Scroll through your Tumblr feed, and you will probably be inundated with artsy pictures of cappuccinos, road trips, forests, books, and hipster mason jars. These posts project the objects and activities people wish filled their lives. The Tumblr aesthetic, true of a large community within Tumblr, is one that glorifies nature, solitude, and the simple…

Vance Joy is an Awkward Delight

Vance Joy is an Awkward Delight

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10/29/2014

The scent of Halloween fills my nostrils. That same thick, white smoke used for haunted houses pours over the stage and wafts over the heads of concert goers in the mysterious, hazy space that is the 9:30 club. Spectators line the balcony, circling the venue, while a mass of people mill around the stage, waiting…

Forgetting the camera and gaining a formative experience

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10/15/2014

  Forgetting my camera was the best thing I ever did.  I visited the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2011. There was an exhibition of world-famous artist Dale Chihuly’s extraordinary glass sculptures—elaborate, life-sized figures that filled a series of rooms. As I wandered through Chihuly’s display, I found myself immersed in a brilliant,…

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