Clara Chiu

Friendship Knows No Age

Friendship Knows No Age


Let me tell you about my friend. Just like the start of many friendships at Georgetown, we met in class. We got to know each other and started scheduling lunch dates. Now, she is one of the people in my life who I can call whenever I have exciting (or even completely mundane) news to…

<i>Vice</i>: a Cautionary Tale Muffled by a Partisan Echo Chamber

Vice: a Cautionary Tale Muffled by a Partisan Echo Chamber


Phenomenal acting and a compelling storyline make Vice worth seeing, but its otherwise unrealized potential prevents this good film from being a great one. Ultimately, Vice’s greatest downfall is how writer and director Adam McKay lets his personal animosity towards Dick Cheney consume the script. McKay’s focus on the “what” of Cheney’s actions rather than…

Georgetown Needs a Buddhist Chaplain

Georgetown Needs a Buddhist Chaplain


My memories of the Jesuit Values Panel of NSO are strikingly clear. Sitting in McDonough Arena, I heard thoughtful presentations from various spiritual leaders on campus, like Imam Yahya Hendi and Rabbi Rachel Gartner. I heard inspiring words about how Georgetown is a “Community in Diversity” that encourages spiritual growth and exploration. But more and…

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