playground entrepreneur, Blue & Grey campus tour guide,
LOVES coffee, coordinated NSO, perfectionist,
has more shoes than anyone he knows, lives by 1 Second Everyday app,
Assistant Producer of Georgetown Stories, aspiring film producer and director
My story is an ever-changing story. One whose pages are filled with friendships and heartbreaks, the throes of victory and the bellowing cries of defeat. In chapter one, things are simple - the tale of an average Irish boy in middle-class suburbia. Chapter two complicates things a bit. It is filled with college applications, a Georgetown acceptance letter, nerves, and an optimistic cliffhanger in which the protagonist departs to a new city, eager for what the future has in store.
Today, my story is so much more than it ever was and pages are added daily. It is my Georgetown story. My story is just as much about 2 a.m. conversations with a kind stranger in the common room as it is Healy Lawn snowball fights and questions of moral character.
I am Brett Perry Treacy. I am a rising senior, both terrified and liberated by the unknown. I love coffee and you’d be hard-pressed to name a movie I haven’t seen. My story is unique, but I do not author it alone. The words I write are merely the world as I see it, a combination of all of the voices I hear, all of the people I meet, all of the lives that cross mine. It is the only story I know and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I am tempted to glance at the last page, to read the final sentence, but how could I? The story is far too exciting to spoil the ending.
As part of an ongoing campus dialogue, a group of students hosted the "Ignite the Dream" series to engage campus in a discussion on racial relations in America.
As he prepares for graduation and his final week on the Hilltop, Brett reflects back on what he'll miss and the moments that meant the most to him during his four years on the Hilltop.
After a stressful last week of classes, Brett decided to attend the Gospel Choir concert as well as Catholic mass for a day of spirituality and relaxation.
Brett and Emily check off a senior bucket list item and take a bikeride down to the Tidal Basin for the peak of this year's cherry blossoms.
Last week was Arts Week on campus and Brett joined others on campus in admiring some of the incredible student art and performances on campus.
After a seemingly never-ending winter, Brett finally discovers sign that Spring has arrived on the Hilltop.
When Brett's Mom visists for a monther-son weekend, the two venture off campus into DC to explore the city.
Brett and his friend Noreen engage with Georgetown's interfaith dialogue at "The Muslim Jesus," an event exploring the life of Jesus of Nazarath according to different faith traditions.
Brett left the Hilltop for Spring Break, but didn't leave Georgetown far behind as he met with alumni in Los Angeles and vistied another Jesuit University in New York.
After a year of working as a reserach assistant, Brett finally has his work published!
As an aspiring filmmaker, Brett takes on as many creative opportunities as he can. Here is a look behind the scenes of what a day of filmmaking at Georgetown involves!
Despite the cold, Brett and his roommate Emily decided to trek out in the snow to get hot choocolate at Tombs and check-in for the 99 Days Club.
Not having a date doesn't mean you can't have a great Valentine's Day! Brett meets up with Emily and Alex for a "Palentine's Day" evening.
Brett gives us an inside look at his Narrative Filmmaking class where students teamed up to make a short film in just two days.
As part of the Senior Capstone program, Brett and Tommy cook dinner and dessert for 12 to lead a discussion about Jesuit life on campus with some friends.
A playground for filmmakers.
When Brett gets sick, he decides to take the day off and employ the perfect "get better soon" regiment.
Hoyas take on GW.
Brett takes a trip to Riggs Library.