Tyler Pearre

Georgetown parts ways with John Thompson III

Georgetown men’s basketball Head Coach John Thompson III will not return to the team next season, university President John DeGioia announced in a statement on Thursday afternoon. “It is with profound regret and deep appreciation that I informed John Thompson III this morning that the University will no longer be retaining his services as our...





Claire Goldberg

Concert Review: Tennis, 9:30 Club, March 19

Wearing a sequined shirt that looked like it belonged to Donna Summer, Tennis guitarist Patrick Riley walked on stage ready to perform. The duo’s second half and lead singer, Alaina Moore, followed shortly after in a strapless leotard and striped, high-waisted bell bottoms, her poofy ‘fro topping off the overall ‘70s look, taking the concert...
Tyler Pearre

CV: Drake, More Life

More record sales. More streams. More Life. More Everything.   Less than eleven months ago the 6-God released one of the most anticipated projects in the history of rap music, Views. The album, anticipated by many to be his magnum opus, received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike, and left many confused as to...
Gustav Honl-Stuenkel

CV: Cameron Avery, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams

After rising to fame as the bassist for the psychedelic pop group Tame Impala, Cameron Avery takes a starkly different artistic direction in his latest album, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams. Tame Impala claimed their niche in the industry with spacey, dreamlike instrumentals, distorted vocals, and forlorn lyrics, attracting acid-chasing teens and summer festival-goers alike. Eschewing...
Laura Isaza

Endless Reflections: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

When people step inside one of the plain, fifteen-square-foot boxes at the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, they discover an endless world of lights, colors, and patterns. Born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929, Kusama moved to New York in the late ‘50s, where her popular abstract and experimental style brought her...


Isaiah Fleming-Klink

Hidden Hegemony: Housing Accessibility Is Missing From Our Conversations

In an August campaign rally in Ohio, after months of describing his perceptions of despair and dissolution in America’s “inner cities,” candidate Donald Trump urged black and Latino voters to offer him their support. He asked, “What do you have to lose?” Then came the confirmation of Dr. Ben Carson—a man with no ostensive experience...
Alan Chen

And Now for Something Different: Why Is Everything so Obvious?

As a math major, there’s nothing I hate more than when a professor points to a theorem and says, “The proof is obvious.” More often than not, I then sit there confused. I definitely don’t understand the logical leaps required to arrive at the conclusion, but, looking around at my classmates’ silence, I don’t dare...
Kenneth Lee

Dividing Lines: Who Owns the Culture My Friends Appropriate?

A few weeks ago, I brought a friend to a delightful reception celebrating the Lunar New Year at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. A lion dance troupe broke out the drums, the attendees broke out the smartphones, and someone from the Chinese embassy broke out the cabbage for small children to throw at the furry...
Ryan Mazalatis

Carrying On: An Open Letter to Latino Immigrants

Before his joint session speech to Congress on Feb. 28, Donald Trump called for a “compromise” on immigration. This move came in light of increased U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids and deportations. But while Trump built much of his campaign around the promise to have ICE deport the “bad hombres,” these raids have...


Gustav Honl-Stuenkel

Track Takes: Kendrick Lamar, “The Heart Part 4”

After dropping a cryptic Instagram post midday on Thursday March 23, Kendrick Lamar released his first single since Untitled Unmastered a year ago this month. “The Heart Part 4” is a wide-ranging, almost 5-minute reassertion of Lamar’s status in hip-hop. Never one to shy away from non-traditional beats, “Part 4” opens with Lamar rapping over a...
Chris Dunn

The Simple Solution to the NBA Rest Issue

On March 11, the Golden State Warriors, reigning Western Conference Champions, faced off against the San Antonio Spurs, the team that currently sits at second place in the Western Conference, in what was to be a premier NBA matchup between two of the best teams in the league. The Friday night matchup was nationally broadcasted,...
Emily Jaster

Grouplove’s Recent Trailer Builds Excitement for Little Mess

In anticipation of their upcoming EP, Little Mess, Grouplove released a thrilling trailer on Youtube on Tuesday, Mar. 21. The EP will be a close companion to their recent LP, Big Mess (2016), as Grouplove explained in an Instagram caption: “We recorded these songs during the Big Mess sessions, and it was incredibly hard not...
Louisa Christen

Lessons From Literature: The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas

“Let Pascal say that man is a thinking reed. He is wrong; man is a thinking erratum. Each period in life is a new edition that corrects the preceding one and that in turn will be corrected by the next, until publication of the definitive edition, which the publisher donates to the worms.” ― Machado...


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