Elizabeth Pankova

<i>Fresh Voices</i>: Lizz Pankova on Existentialism, Absurdism and the Eric Andre Show

Fresh Voices: Lizz Pankova on Existentialism, Absurdism and the Eric Andre Show

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04/06/2018

In this episode of Fresh Voices, Voices Editor Sienna Brancato talks with Assistant Voices Editor Lizz Pankova about her column, “On the Brain.” In her latest article, Lizz writes about the Eric Andre Show and Absurdism, so the two tackle these topics, touching on Albert Camus and the psychology of humor. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Fresh-Voices-Lizz-4618-12.04-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |…

Absurdism on the Brain

Absurdism on the Brain

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04/01/2018

If you haven’t watched “The Eric Andre Show,” I don’t recommend starting now. Unless, of course, your definition of a quality talk show includes poop, random violence, uncomfortable guests, non-sequiturs, and lots of desk smashing and set destroying. It is truly amazing that a show in which both celebrity guests and audiences are consistently forced…

Politics and LSD On the Brain

Politics and LSD On the Brain

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03/04/2018

As another mass murder of school children strikes the country, the fire of a familiar debate is reignited. Both sides accuse each other of apathy and disrespect for the victims as they push their own stances. Conservatives shame liberals for prematurely politicizing a tragedy and scorn establishment media sources for using it to feed their…

<i>Fresh Voices</i>: Ava Rosato on Humor and Self-Depreciation

Fresh Voices: Ava Rosato on Humor and Self-Depreciation

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02/16/2018

In this episode of Fresh Voices, Assistant Voices Editor Lizz Pankova and Ava Rosato discuss her piece in the Feb. 16, 2018 issue, What’s in a Diss?. In it, they discuss Ava’s thoughts on humor and self-depreciation, and coming to terms with one’s flaws. Her full print piece can be found here. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Fresh-voices-whats-in-a-diss-21618-4.45-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window…

Roses and Chocolate on the Brain

Roses and Chocolate on the Brain

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02/11/2018

Valentine’s Day festivities remind me of the (fairly accurate) cliché of the typical Georgetown club—desirable and enticing but exclusive, cliquey, and restricted to a select few lucky individuals. The look on the face of the sad freshman who stares longingly at Hoya Snaxa, lamenting his rejection from the glamorous life of swiping GoCards for $12.50…

Memes on the Brain

Memes on the Brain

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01/21/2018

In a place where your 2300 SAT score and your 3.99 GPA do very little to distinguish you from your fellow Hoyas, no skill is more valuable than creativity. And although both academic and professional endeavors allow students to exhibit their creative brain power, there is no platform where youthful innovation shines as brightly as…

“No, I Don’t Know Putin”

“No, I Don’t Know Putin”

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01/17/2018

When I was in the fifth grade, Jake, the boy who sat in front of me in math class, turned around randomly and asked me, “Do you know Putin?” Without awaiting my response, he answered: “He started the Cold War,” (accompanied by exaggerated shivering). At age 10, I had little awareness of the Cold War,…

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