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Men and Women For, and With, Others: Let Us Reflect
Why was our university so willing to bombard its student body with emails asking it to help send an accounting team to a national competition, but avoided more controversial issues? Why did it do so when it claims to be committed to social justice issues, and dozens of other Jesuit institutions across the nation were speaking up?
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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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The Writing On Your Heart: Carrying a Protest Sign Is a Lifelong Commitment
Do the words written on your sign match the words written on your heart?