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Branching Out: D.C.’s Troubled Democracy

Branching Out: D.C.’s Troubled Democracy

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11/02/2018

“Democracy Dies in Darkness.” A phrase familiar to most of us, this solemn threat hangs over the Washington Post website like the Watergate. It is a noble slogan. Pleasantly alliterative, like Shakespeare or Bob Dylan, and just as endearingly self-important. Adopted after the Trump ascendancy, it signals the intention of that paper, along with the…

Carrying On: Running Through My Woes

Carrying On: Running Through My Woes

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10/26/2018

I’m not a runner. At least, I don’t wish to identify that way, in the same way that I wouldn’t want to be known as a “shower-er” or an “incessant mint eater.” These are all normal habits and idiosyncrasies that define us. I am hesitant to talk about my running or even tout it as…

Carrying On: Listen Like Spring and Talk Like June

Carrying On: Listen Like Spring and Talk Like June

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10/12/2018

The last thing I expected to be listening to on the way home from Emelia’s vigil was trap music. Piled into my car, my high school friends and I took a long drive on the back roads of rural Connecticut, yelling to each other over heavy bass drops, asking about college, sharing stories about our…

Solidarity Shouts: Why I’m a Socialist

Solidarity Shouts: Why I’m a Socialist

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10/10/2018

Growing up, I assumed my family was middle class. We had our own house, and my parents had stable jobs. We never seemed to lack anything. But the Great Recession shattered all illusions my parents had constructed to hide the fact that we were, in fact, poor. Our house was foreclosed on and the collapsing…

Gaudium Et Spes: Combatting Indifference

Gaudium Et Spes: Combatting Indifference

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10/08/2018

What I admire most about Georgetown’s Jesuit ideals is the value they place on being attentive to your surroundings, especially to what may seem like distractions. As unusual as it sounds, distractions can actually reveal unexpected lessons and call you to some form of action. I never expected to see this Jesuit value reflected in…

Solidarity Shouts: Georgetown Resident Assistants Should Unionize

Solidarity Shouts: Georgetown Resident Assistants Should Unionize

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09/22/2018

In the spring of 2017, undergraduate resident assistants employed by George Washington University were extended the right to organize into a labor union by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Although the campaign was eventually called off  by the Service Employees International Union without the knowledge of the student organizers, the NLRB decision offers an…

Reflections on a Catholic Crisis

Reflections on a Catholic Crisis

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09/14/2018

This summer has been quite a difficult one for Catholics in America. From the exposure of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s heinous actions to the Pennsylvania grand jury report that uncovered approximately 300 Catholic priests had sexually abused over 1,000 minors, to former Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Carlo Vigano’s letter that alleges Pope Francis helped cover up McCarrick’s…

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