Recurring contributions from the opinions section.
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).... Read more
I’m sorry. I really am. I’m sorry that I’m not going to ask for a promotion. I’m sorry that I use exclamation points! I’m sorry I apologize so much. I... Read more
So, it looks like I won’t be getting Alzheimer’s Disease early. After looking at my genetic data, it turns out that I have no mutations in familial Alzheimer’s genes and... Read more
As university students, we all have high hopes. Changing the world for the better, in any shape or form, is a priority for many of us. However, skepticism and pessimism... Read more
I’ve written about my grandmother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease and her death before, and I’ve said that it was a blessing that she died when and how she did. While... Read more
Most Georgetown passions begin with a student organization. One of the first clubs I joined upon arriving at Georgetown was Prison Outreach, a service program directed by the Center for... Read more