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University officials express continued support for DACA and undocumented students during info session

University officials express continued support for DACA and undocumented students during info session

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03/20/2018

University officials addressed Georgetown’s continued commitment to and support for undocumented students and their families on March 13. The information session, “DACA: Current State of Play and How Georgetown Community Members Can Help” came after the March 5 expiration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA provided illegal immigrants who entered the…

Concert Preview: MGMT, March 15, The Anthem

Concert Preview: MGMT, March 15, The Anthem

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03/06/2018

Off the heels of their latest album, Little Dark Age, psychedelic electro-pop outfit MGMT are riding critical acclaim and renewed fan enthusiasm through a North American and European tour circuit. The band drew early acclaim through their single “Electric Feel,” which was remixed by French EDM band Justice, who won a Grammy for their remix…

COIN has Spark, But Misses Brilliance at the 9:30 Club

COIN has Spark, But Misses Brilliance at the 9:30 Club

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02/15/2018

Modern indie rock has graced American airwaves for years and taken a distinct sound since the proliferation of groups like the Lumineers, Vampire Weekend, and Imagine Dragons. In many ways, COIN continues this legacy, bringing the standard four-man rock group to life with vocalist Chase Lawrence, drummer Ryan Winnen, guitarist Joe Memmel, and bassist Zach…

Concert Preview: COIN, Feb. 10, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: COIN, Feb. 10, 9:30 Club

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02/07/2018

Following the release of their sophomore album How Will You Know If You Never Try (2017), COIN has built a reputation as an energetic and memorable live act, and taken to the road for their 2018 North American Tour. How Will You Know If You Never Try showed the band’s alt-pop ambitions and reached number…

The National Gallery of Art Contextualizes Jackson Pollock’s Masterpiece “Mural”

The National Gallery of Art Contextualizes Jackson Pollock’s Masterpiece “Mural”

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12/01/2017

One of the most famous artists of the past century, Jackson Pollock has long been a controversial figure for his simultaneously formless and evocative pieces. Pollock’s works are expressions of pure creativity, conveying his overwhelming urge to produce that simply required the immediate application of marks on canvas. The almost manic fury of Pollock’s works…

Concert Preview: ODESZA, November 25, The Anthem

Concert Preview: ODESZA, November 25, The Anthem

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11/19/2017

ODESZA don’t have any time for a Thanksgiving food coma. After releasing their first project, Summer’s Gone (2012), Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight have been on a breakneck streak through the upper echelons of electronic dance music. They followed up their breakout album with My Friends Never Die EP (2013) and In Return (2014), and…

<i>Caesar</i> Blends the Classic Story with Modern Technology

Caesar Blends the Classic Story with Modern Technology

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11/07/2017

Many students only know Shakespeare’s political drama Julius Caesar from their high school English class, and only remember Marc Antony’s infamous opening line to one of the greatest speeches in theatrical history: “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.” All students would be remiss if they let these two instances be their only interactions with…

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