Transparency in the Age of Corona
“You Trying to Convert Me?” A University Chaplaincy and Its Pivotal Role in Student Life

“You Trying to Convert Me?” A University Chaplaincy and Its Pivotal Role in Student Life

March 12, 2020

On a sunny summer afternoon in July 2019, five GU-Q students and one alumnus sat down with Professor...

The On-going Struggle Over India’s 2019 Citizenship Amendment Act

The On-going Struggle Over India’s 2019 Citizenship Amendment Act

February 19, 2020

The South Asian Society and the Peace and Conflict Studies Club organized an open discussion on  Citizenship,...

In Retrospect: Georgetown and its History of Slavery

November 30, 2019

  Melisande Short Colomb (Meli) talking about the sale of 272 slaves by Georgetown in 1838.   2019...

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Stop Conflating Anti-Zionism with Anti-Semitism
Georgetown, It’s Time to Ensure Ideological Diversity on Our Campus

Georgetown, It’s Time to Ensure Ideological Diversity on Our Campus

March 12, 2020

Palestine: My Inward Home

Palestine: My Inward Home

March 12, 2020

How to Speak for Islam amidst the Hostility of American Politics

How to Speak for Islam amidst the Hostility of American Politics

February 19, 2020

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In My Own Time
Careful Constructions Made of Crystal and Glass

Careful Constructions Made of Crystal and Glass

March 12, 2020

Careful constructions made of crystal and glass Held up by hopes and prayers Ready to topple over,...

If I Meet My Past Self

If I Meet My Past Self

March 12, 2020

She checks her makeup one more time in her wardrobe mirror and smooths down her skirt. It doesn’t look...

How to Speak for Islam amidst the Hostility of American Politics

How to Speak for Islam amidst the Hostility of American Politics

February 19, 2020

In an increasingly globalized and diverse society, discourse is imperative to creating positive change....

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