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Campaign With Compassion

Campaign With Compassion

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04/26/2019

Sometimes politics feels like a hellhole. Whether it’s in the Twittersphere, on CNN or C-SPAN, or even just in everyday conversations, it can feel like an inescapable purgatory. This should go without saying, but politics shouldn’t be hell. Donald Trump’s presidency has shown nothing but hatred—hateful policies and hateful rhetoric—fueling this hellishness that Americans wake…

To All the Times I’ve Wanted to Leave the Hilltop

To All the Times I’ve Wanted to Leave the Hilltop

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04/26/2019

“I’m definitely coming to Georgetown!” A high school senior said this to me a few weeks ago, after I shared my study abroad experience with prospective students and families while on a panel for a Georgetown Admissions Ambassador Program (GAAP) weekend. Her palpable excitement reminded me of how I felt as a prospective student, four…

Piecing Together Disordered Eating

Piecing Together Disordered Eating

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04/12/2019

“That will go straight to your thighs,” Zoë says to Tristan as he gazes longingly at the donut grasped in his hand. “That’s why I’m eating it with my eyes and not my mouth,” he says, before discarding it. This Degrassi scene passes by in just a moment and is never revisited. But it demonstrates…

Mother Knows Best? Balancing Stability with Courage

Mother Knows Best? Balancing Stability with Courage

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04/12/2019

“Are you coming home this weekend?” “I can’t. I’m busy.” I quickly tapped the letters to reject my mother, but I knew my attempt would fail. My suspicion was confirmed by the message I received a few seconds later: “But after your dad left the country, nobody else is with me except for a cat…

A New Strategy for Fossil Fuels Divestment

A New Strategy for Fossil Fuels Divestment

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04/05/2019

What will sway Georgetown’s administration to divest our endowment from fossil fuels? Despite employing a combination of student advocacy, financial prudency, and appeals to Jesuit values, GU Fossil Free (GUFF) hasn’t achieved its primary goal yet. As we entered our fifth year of attempting to persuade Georgetown’s administration, it seemed merely symbolic that we put…

What Does the Voice Mean to You?

What Does the Voice Mean to You?

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04/05/2019

I turned this in late. Actually, I wasn’t given a firm deadline, so I might have turned it in at the deadline or, and this is borderline delusional, early. No, it wasn’t early. Writers, cartoonists, and the ad folks never turned in anything early. That is one of my enduring memories of my time as…

What Does the Voice Mean to You?

What Does the Voice Mean to You?

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04/05/2019

Signing up for the Voice freshman year was among the best decisions I made in college. I joined the leisure section, which was great because it allowed me to use something I really enjoyed—writing—as a means of following my one true passion: watching television. Later on I edited the leisure section, then edited Vox Populi…

Life Lessons from the Voice

Life Lessons from the Voice

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04/05/2019

The Georgetown Voice helped prepare me for a career in media, and my experiences at the paper taught me great lessons in teamwork, friendship, humility, and gratitude. But more importantly, the paper helped me find my voice and learn how to help others find theirs. These are lessons that have lasted a lifetime. Marty Yant…

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