Claire Goldberg

Why We Need to #TrustWomen and #DeleteUber

Why We Need to #TrustWomen and #DeleteUber

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02/23/2017

Last weekend, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler posted a blog about her experience with the company’s use of human resources (HR) and managerial tactics to cover up blatant sexual harassment, tactics which are sexist and disgusting. While the CEO of Uber has called for an investigation into this harassment, which Fowler said was not limited…

The Weekly List: Post-Valentine’s Day

The Weekly List: Post-Valentine’s Day

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02/20/2017

Post-Valentine’s Day angst is real. Everyone is in love and happy and goes out to nice Italian restaurants and it makes me sad. So here are some songs about when love isn’t perfect, because it’s not, and also all love songs are trash. Is it cliché for me to make a playlist of sad songs?…

Georgetown Democratic Socialists hold first meeting

Georgetown Democratic Socialists hold first meeting

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02/14/2017

The newly-formed Georgetown chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) held their first meeting on Feb. 11, where co-chairs Andrew Adams (NHS ‘20) and Jordan Brown (COL ‘20) discussed the group’s mission and plans for the semester. While they acknowledged the presence of groups like the Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) that share their views on workers’…

The Age of Anti-Communication

The Age of Anti-Communication

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02/14/2017

When my mom was applying for new jobs last year, she found out it is no longer customary to reply to emails. Out of the dozens of jobs for which she applied, only a couple actually responded to her with an answer, whether that was yes or no. She put work into writing cover letters,…

Puppy Bowl XIII: The Biggest Winner Was America

Puppy Bowl XIII: The Biggest Winner Was America

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02/07/2017

In Sunday’s historic match-up, Team Ruff and Team Fluff competed for the Lombarky Trophy at the Puppy Bowl XIII. For those who were disappointed in the outcome of the “real” Super Bowl, take comfort in the fact that the Animal Planet showed a bunch of tiny fluff balls running around without a care in the world,…

Students gather for Solidarity Vigil in Red Square

Students gather for Solidarity Vigil in Red Square

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02/02/2017

More than one hundred students gathered in Red Square on Feb. 1 for the Hoyas for Justice: Solidarity Vigil, an event to show support for those affected by the recent executive orders signed by President Donald Trump. Dozen of speakers from a variety of backgrounds, including representatives from College Republicans and Democrats, members of the…

<i>O.J.: Made in America</i> for Best Documentary

O.J.: Made in America for Best Documentary

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02/01/2017

A striking documentary series that is simultaneously terrifying and thought-provoking, O.J.: Made in America is the conceptual masterpiece that deserves to take home the Oscar for Best Documentary. Weaving pertinent problems like racial divisions, police incompetency, domestic violence, and celebrity heroism, it is a deeply captivating and often harrowing cinematic experience. At times, the series…

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