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Allison Reagan

A Recluse Revealed in Rebel in the Rye

Few people left high school without reading J.D. Salinger’s famed literary classic The Catcher in the Rye. Widely regarded as one of the first American novels to truly capture the spirit, angst, and identity of adolescence, Catcher found a receptive audience in the thousands of young people who recognized themselves in the character of Holden...
Monica Cho

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

At Touchstone Gallery in downtown D.C., three separate collections will be running until the 1st of October. The collections, “About Face: Reversals and Undoings,” “Physiognomy,” and “Ordered Complexities,” are all intricate explorations of the world around us, though they have little in common at the surface. For first timers at the Touchstone Gallery, the “About...
Kara Tippins

Critical Voices: The Script, Freedom Child

Known for popular songs “Breakeven” and “Hall of Fame,” The Script released their fifth album, Freedom Child, on Sept 1. The band debuted at number one on the UK charts, marking the fourth time to do so in the group’s career. In response to their ever-growing success, the Script explained to in September that, “You...
Caitlin Mannering

Conner Youngblood on Finding Inspiration and Navigating the Music Industry

Texas-native Conner Youngblood first started playing clarinet in his middle school band at the age of 12, but can now play anywhere from 15-20 different instruments. At 27 years old, Youngblood has released one EP and multiple singles and is currently at work on his first full-length album. Citing music inspirations such as Elliott Smith...


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Emilio Joubert

To Take a S.T.A.N.D

My Home I have seen the junction of hope and hopelessness. I spent the first few years of my life on Emerson Street in Haverhill, Massachusetts. The place was falling apart, and drugs changed hands in the house’s darker hallways. My mother rarely let me leave the house or play with the other children outside....
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Kayla Hewitt

Three Of A Kind: Thoughts From A Freshman Hoya

The first time I ever encountered Georgetown University, aside from viewing the entirely under-appreciated masterpiece College Road Trip starring Martin Lawrence and Raven Symoné, was when I was 12 years old and living in Atlanta, Georgia. My eldest sister came home from a school trip to D.C. and spent the next week raving about some...
Editorial Board

DeVos Offers a Step Backwards

In a speech at George Mason University last week, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced her intention to roll back Obama-era guidelines for how universities receiving federal funding handle cases of sexual assault. This editorial board believes that this decision by Secretary DeVos is an errant one and undermines the effort to prevent sexual assault...


Claire Goldberg

Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

I thought the perfect chai latte didn’t exist. I thought I’d be searching my entire life for the right balance of sweet and spicy, for a not-too-hot concoction, for something that didn’t taste like artificial gingerbread. And I thought I’d never find it. But when I came to DC, I found Little Red Fox. I...
Monica Cho

The Weekly List: International Acts

If you find yourself falling into a musical slump, how about looking abroad for the next little something to spice up your playlist? 1. Man With a Mission: “Dead End in Tokyo” “Dead End in Tokyo” is a fun, pop-punk hit by Man With a Mission, a Japanese rock band that sings in English and...
Jorge DeNeve

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

The start of the 21st century was good for CONCACAF. The United States made the World Cup quarterfinal in 2002, only narrowly losing to eventual runners-up Germany. In 2005, Mexico and the US reached fifth and eighth, respectively, in the FIFA rankings. And then there was 2009. At South Africa’s Confederations Cup, the United States...
Luis Borrero

Emmys 2017 Predictions

The Emmys are upon us, and with Game of Thrones ineligible this year, we are in for a wild ride that is sure to bring some welcomed surprises. This year has one of the stronger Emmy lineups in recent memory, which makes picking a possible winner all the most difficult, but at the same time...


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