Jonny Amon

Bridging the Distance of Friendship

Bridging the Distance of Friendship

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10/27/2017

The day they left for college, two of my friends and I met at a Chick-fil-A next to the highway. During high school, the suburban chain had served as a base, an easy place to meet up and eat an inexpensive meal. As we sat and ate our chicken nuggets, recounting memories of the last…

Spooky NBA Predictions: 2017-2018 Edition

Spooky NBA Predictions: 2017-2018 Edition

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10/16/2017

The NBA is starting a few weeks earlier this year, and word on the street is that it’s because they heard about the spooky predictions in this annual column. In an attempt to avoid the ominous whispers of years past, the league hid behind the notion of giving players extra days of rest between games….

The Sports Sermon: Fashion and Athlete Activism

The Sports Sermon: Fashion and Athlete Activism

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10/13/2017

In this fashion-themed episode of the Sports Sermon, Nick Gavio, Jonny Amon, Santul Nerkar, and Tyler Pearre discuss fashion’s role in sports activism. The panel closes the podcast by debating their favorite college uniforms. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Fashion-Activism-Pod-101317-11.01-AM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

More than Coaches: Looking Back on the Thompson Era

More than Coaches: Looking Back on the Thompson Era

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04/28/2017

In 1972, Georgetown University was a small Catholic university in a predominately white neighborhood. Best known among elite east coast families for its strong academics and Jesuit values, Georgetown was an attractive location for parents to send their future lawyers and politicians. Students arrived on campus to study, and paid little attention to the school’s modest athletic program.  Following a dismal three-win season in 1971-72, a committee led by admissions director Charles Deacon hired lo

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

The Sports Sermon: Premier League

The Sports Sermon: Premier League

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02/17/2017

Welcome to the Sports Sermon, the Voice‘s global sports podcast. In this episode, Nick Gavio is joined by Jonny Amon, Jorge DeNeve, and Eamon Coburn to debate and discuss the English Premier League season. Image Credits: DailyMail.com http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Soccer-podcast-2.15-21617-10.26-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

The Sports Sermon: NBA All-Star Game

The Sports Sermon: NBA All-Star Game

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02/03/2017

Welcome back to the Sports Sermon, the Georgetown Voice’s global sports podcast. In this episode of the Sermon, host Nick Gavio discusses the NBA All-Star voting process with Tyler Pearre, Alex Lewontin, Jonny Amon, and Parker Houston. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/NBA-All-Star-Pod-2217-10.16-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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