“I remember one time there was a gentleman that was sitting outside during a busy day. He had just bought something from me, and as soon as he sat down I heard a loud thump. He had collapsed onto the floor and was gushing blood. As soon as I heard it, I went out to help him.

 What really stood out to me during that day was the way that everyone came together and tried to help him. The students and everyone else in the area were stopping and offering whatever help they could give. 

The strong sense of community that we have here at Georgetown is one of the best things about being a Hoya. We help each other man.. and that's the way it's supposed to be."

 
 
 
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