Silent Night on a Silent Christmas Eve

By Deborah Sherwood The Christmas carol, Silent Night, has no definitive origin. Some accounts say it was a poem written in 1818 by an Austrian priest who asked a musician to compose an accompanying melody. Other legends tell of a broken organ with the priest and the composer singing the sweet, sacred song during a […]

A Time of Sonder

By Haleigh Pannell One of my favorite quotes of all time is “if you don’t heal what hurt you, you’ll bleed on people who didn’t cut you.” In essence, this means if you don’t address your traumas, you will inadvertently hurt people in your life that don’t deserve it. I find this to be so […]

Georgetown COVID Study Open to Breast Cancer Survivors

By Simina Boca and Alejandra Hurtado de Mendoza For the past several months, the COVID-19 epidemic has been wreaking havoc on societies and communities throughout the world. Many authorities have implemented counter-disease measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, ranging from social distancing recommendations to lockdowns. Due to social determinants of health, including discrimination, low […]