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Reimagining Tradition: Solidarity at Georgetown University’s Christmas Tree Lighting

This year, as University President Jack DeGioia flipped the ceremonial switch to illuminate the enormous tree in the middle of the quad, dozens of people dropped to the ground around the tree.
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Racism Across State Lines: A Common Enemy

Now with the even more recent news of the death of Eric Garner in New York, I find myself in solidarity with my conversational companions and newfound friends from Fordham. With protests and rallies happening all across the country, it has become more and more apparent that no race issue is isolated, but a sign of the times in which we live.
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What Is This Hope?

For too long I have operated under a false hope, the cheap hope society has offered me. I have hoped, in vain, that I can hide from Ferguson.