Graham Piro

The Intentional Walk Rule Change Misses the Mark

The Intentional Walk Rule Change Misses the Mark

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03/14/2017

The past year has been pure bliss for baseball fans. For the first time in what seemed like eons, the sport had rid itself of its stigma that the game was too boring for the digital age. America’s pastime had supposedly been usurped by football, a game far more viscerally satisfying to the average viewer….

LGBT Living Learning Community proposal rejected

LGBT Living Learning Community proposal rejected

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03/10/2017

The administration denied the proposal for the creation of a Living Learning Community (LLC) for queer and allied students last semester. The GUSA LGBTQ+ Inclusion team submitted the proposal, titled “Crossroads: Gender and Sexuality.” The Office of Residential Living, the Division of Student Affairs, and Dr. Todd Olson, considered the proposal to create the LLC,…

Spaced Out: Club Sports in Crisis

Spaced Out: Club Sports in Crisis

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03/04/2017

When Kehoe Field closed, it was a long time coming. The playing space was notorious for its rough conditions, and Georgetown deemed it unsafe for practice conditions. Although many felt the decision was necessary, the timing was unexpected. “We just feel, as a community, as a board, individually, that the university has repeatedly made decisions…

The Sports Sermon: the Business Side

The Sports Sermon: the Business Side

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03/02/2017

Welcome to the Sports Sermon, the Voice‘s global sports podcast. In this episode of the Sermon, Nick Gavio talks with Graham Piro, Jonny Amon, and Woodley Jean-Louis about salary caps, free agency, and business operations in American sports. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/2.23-sports-sermon-22717-11.27-AM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Science Fiction at the Oscars

Science Fiction at the Oscars

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02/25/2017

Two years ago, I wrote a very passionate piece about why I believed that Interstellar should have been nominated for Best Picture. Today, I absolutely stand by that opinion. But instead of Nolan’s magnum opus, it is the treatment of Arrival that has me most angry at the Academy. Although the Oscar winners have not…

Mack/Andino win GUSA executive election

Mack/Andino win GUSA executive election

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02/24/2017

On Feb. 26 at 2:06 a.m., the GUSA Election Commission announced on Twitter that Kamar Mack and Jessica Andino won the 2017 GUSA Executive Election. Mack/Andino won in the fourth round of voting with 1160 votes, 34 more than Garet Williams and Habon Ali’s 1126 votes. 2557 votes were cast, according to the GUSA Elections…

University set to offer Urban Studio Program

University set to offer Urban Studio Program

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02/19/2017

Georgetown will begin offering a full-year, six-credit course in fall 2017 named the Urban Studio Program. The program is supported by the Designing the Future(s) of the University Initiative, and was created with assistance from the Red House, a part of the Designing the Future(s) Initiative that allows students and faculty to work together on…

My Dynasty’s Bigger Than Yours

My Dynasty’s Bigger Than Yours

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02/13/2017

The name “Mo Lewis” probably doesn’t mean much to the average sports fan. Indeed, even as a Jets fan, I had to Google his name at his first mention because he is not cemented in Jets lore as an all-star player. Once I Googled his name, though, I quickly realized why he will forever live…

The Sports Sermon: Super Bowl Reactions

The Sports Sermon: Super Bowl Reactions

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02/10/2017

In this episode of the Sports Sermon, Nick Gavio is joined by Kevin Huggard, Graham Piro, and Parker Houston for a discussion on the Patriots’ miraculous Super Bowl victory and NFL overtime rules. Image Credits: Getty Images http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Super-Bowl-Pod-2917-12.42-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

A Case for the Classics: <i>Jurassic Park</i>

A Case for the Classics: Jurassic Park

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02/09/2017

Anyone who complains that CGI is ruining movies needs to see Jurassic Park. The blend of CGI and animatronics could be a how-to guide for any filmmaker on using CGI well. Even though it is primarily known for its awe-inspiring visuals, Jurassic Park does more than just wow with its lifelike depiction of extinct dinosaurs….

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