George Washington University Poem

From Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast
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*The George Washington University*

The facts are in.
They’re in the printed papers of this Colony of Patriots
Who Hatchet the iron curtain
with the arm of
The Press,
The First Amendment is what each speech
in Jack Morton
is first
To address.
It is the sounding passage of the speakers on stage,
transcribed in their very presence before their first phrase.
All GW organizations
From the Dems to Republicans
come together on the position that
Liberty is a law we each must defend,
These opposing sides adjoin on this end.
Regardless of your alliances, we all have the freedom to listen,
so when you hear a moving speech,
Remember,
You do have the freedom to cross over to the other side.

The nation’s best gathers in this capital within its
Intellectual Hub and
Unite nations like the IAS.
We are a republic of “potent engines” filled with ambition
supplanting political power with the public voice.
We take after the monuments of this capital,
Taking the same steps of Lincoln and Washington
to fight for the right to stand apart
as we protect this equal ground.
George Washington University takes command
of this duty from those who pass the buck to Colonials
as the currency of today’s times becomes lifetimes,
and this century converts to hundreds.

Deliver the orders of this nation’s charge to George Washington—
In Us
You Can Trust.

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