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Gaudium et spes: Moment by Moment

Gaudium et spes: Moment by Moment

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04/13/2018

My time on the Hilltop is winding down. People have been telling me for years this moment would come, but when you’re a freshman or sophomore, it’s easy to dismiss this message. Senior year can feel like an impossibly distant future. Now, suddenly, that future is my present. One of the many items remaining on…

Carrying On: “Don’t Forget the Happy Thoughts”

Carrying On: “Don’t Forget the Happy Thoughts”

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04/13/2018

“Believe me, sweetie, I got enough to feed the needy / No need to be greedy, I got mad friends with Benz’s” The lyrical musings of The Notorious B.I.G blasted on the speakers as everyone rapped and danced along, no one missing a single word. I enthusiastically watched one of my closest friends, along with…

Absurdism on the Brain

Absurdism on the Brain

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04/01/2018

If you haven’t watched “The Eric Andre Show,” I don’t recommend starting now. Unless, of course, your definition of a quality talk show includes poop, random violence, uncomfortable guests, non-sequiturs, and lots of desk smashing and set destroying. It is truly amazing that a show in which both celebrity guests and audiences are consistently forced…

Gaudium et spes: The Meaning of the Crucifix

Gaudium et spes: The Meaning of the Crucifix

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03/30/2018

“I do not want to be in a religion in which I am ‘allowed’ to have a crucifix… In people who are Catholics, or call themselves Catholics, I want the idea not only liked but loved and loved ardently, and above all proudly proclaimed.” – G.K. Chesterton At Georgetown, unlike most universities in the United…

Gaudium et spes: When Anchors Make Worthy Vessels

Gaudium et spes: When Anchors Make Worthy Vessels

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03/17/2018

As someone who grew up in the island city-state of Singapore, from a society and community very different than Georgetown, I can attest to the claim that the Hilltop is home to an exceptionally motivated and pre-professional community. I’m grateful for this for a number of reasons, not least of which being that Georgetown pushes…

Solidarity Shouts: How I Became A Prison Abolitionist

Solidarity Shouts: How I Became A Prison Abolitionist

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03/16/2018

Most Georgetown passions begin with a student organization. One of the first clubs I joined upon arriving at Georgetown was Prison Outreach, a service program directed by the Center for Social Justice. In Prison Outreach, Georgetown students tutor incarcerated people in jails in Arlington and Alexandria, Va.  I joined because an influential high school teacher…

Open Access: Ties of the NHS to Mental Health

Open Access: Ties of the NHS to Mental Health

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03/13/2018

I spent my spring break in London this year—seeing family, mostly, but also doing embarrassing tourist stuff like taking pictures with the guards in front of Buckingham Palace. On a bus tour, the guide extols the virtues of the National Health Service (NHS), Britain’s socialized healthcare system. “It was set up for the people,” he…

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