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Georgetown Needs a Buddhist Chaplain

Georgetown Needs a Buddhist Chaplain

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09/28/2018

My memories of the Jesuit Values Panel of NSO are strikingly clear. Sitting in McDonough Arena, I heard thoughtful presentations from various spiritual leaders on campus, like Imam Yahya Hendi and Rabbi Rachel Gartner. I heard inspiring words about how Georgetown is a “Community in Diversity” that encourages spiritual growth and exploration. But more and…

You’re a Hoya, Natalie!

You’re a Hoya, Natalie!

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09/28/2018

From the moment I entered the magical world of NSO, I knew this wasn’t going to be Hogwarts, no matter what Healy Hall’s appearance suggested. Moving across the country and starting over is overwhelming for anyone, especially a freshman in college. The forced small talk, the rats, the stress of schoolwork, the rats… But amid…

Spicer on Campus: Little to Offer, Much to Gain

Spicer on Campus: Little to Offer, Much to Gain

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09/16/2018

If we lived in a just world, Sean Spicer and the other former members of the Trump Administration would be too ashamed to show their faces in public, spending their post-Trump lives separated from a country that has, at best, forgotten about them. Instead, Spicer, in an event sponsored by the Georgetown Institute of Politics…

For Fear of Ignorance

For Fear of Ignorance

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09/15/2018

Social media has forever changed the nature of social justice activism. Internet activism has taken off, allowing people from across the world to share their opinions in a second or promote a rally that may have previously gone unnoticed. Movements don’t necessarily have individual leaders like they did during the Civil Rights era or the…

Call Me By My Name

Call Me By My Name

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08/31/2018

When I posted a column online entitled “Confessions of a Serial Orgasm Faker,” my first instinct was to publish it anonymously. I mean, “Serial Orgasm Faker” isn’t exactly what I’d want my business card to read. What if a future employer Googles my name? But the decision to claim the story as my own helped…

Remember Georgetown’s Immigrant Roots

Remember Georgetown’s Immigrant Roots

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08/31/2018

Georgetown University, like many American institutions of its age, was built by immigrants. In a contemporary political climate defined by xenophobia, it is more important than ever to understand and spread this historical truth. The story begins with the English Jesuits who established a colony at St. Mary’s, Maryland in 1634. These men, all of…

Carrying On: A Little Love in My Mailbox

Carrying On: A Little Love in My Mailbox

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08/31/2018

The whirlwind of the first few weeks at college can be a real trial by fire, and when you have to turn a relationship into a long-distance one, you realize just how hard communicating with people you care about can be when you are far away. You need to figure out when to call your…

Vote Yes on Initiative 77 and Give D.C. Workers a Raise

Vote Yes on Initiative 77 and Give D.C. Workers a Raise

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06/18/2018

When D.C. voters go to the ballot boxes on June 19, they will have the opportunity to give the city’s tipped workers a raise. If enacted, Initiative 77 would incrementally increase the District’s tipped minimum wage—currently $3.33 per hour—until it reaches $15 per hour in 2026, when it would equal the minimum wage in non-tipped…

A Letter To the Georgetown Community

A Letter To the Georgetown Community

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04/29/2018

In between Women’s History Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the women of the Voice gathered to discuss feminist issues on campus with the intention of writing a letter to the Georgetown community. Over the course of that discussion, we talked about a broad range of topics, from sexual assault to underrepresentation of female faculty…

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