Ella Bruno

Ella Bruno is a student at Georgetown University studying Justice and Peace. She loves writing novels, drinking hot chocolate, and backpacking in the Colorado mountains.


Sports

Faith on the field: How student athletes navigate religion at Georgetown

For many of Georgetown’s almost 800 student athletes, athletics are practically a full-time job. While juggling a 40-hour sports schedule, academics, and social life, spiritual well-being can get put on... Read more

Voices

Injustice against Palestine: Are Americans culpable?

As Americans, our conversations domestically have large-scale ripple effects abroad, our political and social presence influences international verdicts, and our neutrality deters the liberation of Palestine.

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The power of paint—graffiti and its pursuit of justice

Graffiti is an expression of hope, a demand for justice, and a representation of community solidarity.

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Sorry, Not Sorry: How apologies are ruining us

We apologize for our sensitivity in expressing our emotions. We apologize for having needs. We punctuate our words with apologies, thinking nothing of it, and unknowingly face the consequences.