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Finding Community with Jewish Life at Georgetown

Shaun Ho is a sophomore majoring in Regional and Comparative Studies. Before coming to Georgetown, I never imagined I would be involved in any aspect of Jewish life in college. Yet today, the Jewish community is the most important part … Continue reading

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The Things We Value and Strive For

Paul Rochford is a sophomore in the College majoring in History and minoring in Russian and Jewish Civilization How has this semester been for you so far? Returning to Georgetown at the start of this semester, I was excited to … Continue reading

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White Noise

Have you ever noticed, quite suddenly, that you’re immersed and surrounded by the buzz of stress and anxiety? When you notice that, what do you do? Earlier this week, I realized quite literally how the static of stress can creep up … Continue reading

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Cura Personalis Ad Salutem Hominum

The last event of this year’s Jesuit Heritage Week featured a panel discussion on the meaning and value of a Jesuit education from the perspective of an administrator, a professor, a current student, and an alumnus. After the panelists had … Continue reading

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It takes a Village (A): Life on the Hilltop for Chaplains and their Families

If you live in Village A, you might occasionally see something out of place. On days when the weather is warm and the sun shines, two small girls, dressed as carefree princesses, might be found dancing around on a rooftop, … Continue reading

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