Lara Fishbane

Halftime Leisure

Running To Slow Down

I wake up Saturday morning feeling anxious. My skin itches and my heart won’t stop fluttering. Sitting still hurts when my mind is racing faster than my flickering pulse. I... Read more


Higher Edge: Letting our professors fail us

“The most important thing when picking classes is choosing the right professor.” This is the platitude every incoming freshman is bombarded with when they pick their classes for the first... Read more


Higher Edge: Students pay the price of committing too soon

While most high school seniors will spend the next few months anxiously praying for the big envelope to arrive in March, some students already know which college they will be... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Capital Crescent Trail

“Run with me in the snow tomorrow,” my friend said. I looked out the window at the blanket of browning slush covering the sidewalks and felt discouraged. I had always... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Thoughts Running Through My Head

Running the same route squeezed between the Potomac and the parkway to the tourist filled monuments isn’t exactly escapism. It’s beautiful and enjoyable, but it doesn’t remove you from the... Read more

Halftime Leisure

How to Appreciate Brisk Winter Runs

The lower the temperature drops, the harder I find it to convince myself to get out of bed when my 8:21am alarm goes off. I don’t know how some students... Read more


Curtain Call: The diversity of Georgetown’s theater scene

Few come to Georgetown for the theater scene. Until recently, the university did not even have a theater major or administrative structures to support acting or set design. In spite of... Read more


Saxa Politica: Got a problem? Here’s a town hall

On an almost weekly basis, the student body receives an email from Jay Gruber, Todd Olson, or Robin Morey, inviting them to take part in an upcoming event designed to... Read more


Construction illuminates accessibility issues on campus

Though construction work on the north side of campus is an inconvenience for Hoyas who have to travel through the area, unclaimed posters appeared last weekend reminding everyone that these... Read more


Student candidates run for ANC to represent undergrad voices in new Campus Plan

Georgetown students will have the opportunity to turn out for their Advisory Neighborhood Commission student representatives on Nov. 4—Kendyl Clausen (SFS ’16) and Reed Howard (SFS ’17) are running for... Read more