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Best of 2017: Movies

Best of 2017: Movies

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12/01/2017

1. Dunkirk Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic feels like the biggest experimental film ever made. It has minimal dialogue, no character arcs, and three different timeframes. In the hands of a director as accomplished as Nolan, though, the film triumphs. Dunkirk never lets the audience breathe over the course of its relatively brief runtime….

Best of 2017: Music

Best of 2017: Music

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12/01/2017

1. DAMN., Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album marks another distinct shift in tone for the rapper, bringing to light his continued struggles with self-doubt, fame, and his troubled upbringing. The album is laced with contradiction, seemingly reflecting Lamar’s own state of mind as it bounces between moods, tones, and messages as quickly as…

The <i>Voice’s</i> Prefrosh Preview: 2017 Edition

The Voice’s Prefrosh Preview: 2017 Edition

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08/31/2017

Move-in may be over and done, but there’s still plenty to know for your first year on the Hilltop. Don’t worry, the Voice has you covered. Over the years, our staff has tackled all the need-to-know topics to make your first semester a great one. Transportation and Getting Around DC by Kenneth Lee “Don’t forget…

The <i>Voice</i> Predicts the Oscars

The Voice Predicts the Oscars

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02/17/2017

Best Picture Who Will Win: Moonlight Who Should Win: Arrival It is tempting to place La La Land and its bevy of Oscar nominations here, but after winning the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Drama, Moonlight has too much momentum to be overtaken by the beautiful ballads of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Writer and…

Best of 2016: Music

Best of 2016: Music

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12/02/2016

1.) Coloring Book, Chance the Rapper In five short years, Chance has released three mixtapes, a collaborative album, and has been featured in the work of various musicians. Even within this impressive discography, Coloring Book stands above the rest. Perhaps it’s because it’s his most cogent tribute to his musical roots in gospel, jazz, and hip-hop. Perhaps…

Best of 2015: Music

Best of 2015: Music

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12/11/2015

1.) To Pimp a Butterfly — Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar’s latest LP is not for the faint of heart. In To Pimp a Butterfly, the Compton native directs his wide eyes outside of the small circle of his own personal experience. Where the focus in good kid, m.A.A.d city, Lamar’s preceding offering, is limited to the…

Best of 2015: Movies

Best of 2015: Movies

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12/11/2015

1.) Mad Max: Fury Road: Mad Max: Fury Road is a brilliant revival of a franchise long considered to be dormant. Tom Hardy takes over for Mel Gibson as the eponymous Max, and he delivers an extremely physical and understated performance. The real star of the film is Charlize Theron, who portrays Imperator Furiosa, a…

The Georgetown Voice Survey: The Best of Bond

The Georgetown Voice Survey: The Best of Bond

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11/04/2015

In honor of the Voice’s Bond week leading up to the premiere of Spectre, coming to the big screen on November 6th, Halftime has taken a poll of what the Voice staff thinks of Ian Fleming’s series as a whole. Through our four question poll, we have discovered what the Voice believes to be some…

Results from the <em>Voice’s</em> 2015 Political Values Survey

Results from the Voice’s 2015 Political Values Survey

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10/22/2015

In the past month, the Voice reached out online and to a variety of student organizations in an attempt to illustrate (unscientifically) the student body’s attitudes to campus and national issues. 320 students responded to the anonymous, multiple-choice survey. The results are as follows, shown in percentages. The numbered within the parenthesis refer to the number…

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