Emily Jaster

Carrying On: Keep Dreaming

Carrying On: Keep Dreaming

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11/17/2017

I’ve developed a set of strategies so that staying awake is no longer just a matter of endurance. Rationing caffeine intake is an artform. Personally, I tend to start with a black eye—a coffee with a double shot of espresso—and buy another red eye—a coffee with a single shot—every few hours. I’ve found that no…

She Runs the World: Deb Sivigny on Fashion

She Runs the World: Deb Sivigny on Fashion

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10/13/2017

In this Fashion Week episode of She Runs the World, Resident Faculty Artist Deb Sivigny joins Kaei Li and Emily Jaster to discuss costume design on campus and fashion around the world. Sivigny is the costume shop manager at Georgetown’s Davis Performing Arts Center, a freelance designer, and a resident company member of Rorschach Theatre.

Brand New Leo’s, Same Old Mistakes

Brand New Leo’s, Same Old Mistakes

By: and
09/28/2017

Last year, we hated Leo’s in a semi-endearing way. Then Georgetown told us they were making it better. Instead, Leo’s has found new and improved ways to fail at dining.   Downstairs Leo’s Jack: Ah the good old days. Wide open lines of sight. Smoked salmon, even if it ran out at 10 in the…

Georgetown’s Journey Toward Diversity in STEM

Georgetown’s Journey Toward Diversity in STEM

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09/15/2017

Georgetown alumna Vera Rubin never received a Nobel Prize for her groundbreaking evidence of dark matter, much to the shock of the science world. Rubin, who passed away last year, spent her life advocating for young women to work in the sciences and has become a role model for young students. Her effort to improve…

<i>REVIVAL</i>: A Spectacle of the Unsettling

REVIVAL: A Spectacle of the Unsettling

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08/30/2017

What does it mean to bring to life the suppressed truths of human nature and force them to the forefront of perception? The effect is unsettling, inspiring. The 16 female artists featured in REVIVAL forge their interpretations of human conflicts, standards of beauty, and conventional femininity through mixed media sculpture and photography. The exhibition, which…

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