Julia Pinney

<i>Fresh Voices</i>: Mica Bernhard on Friendship in the Digital Age

Fresh Voices: Mica Bernhard on Friendship in the Digital Age

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02/09/2018

In this episode of the Fresh Voices podcast, Julia Pinney talks with Mica Bernhard about her piece in the Feb. 9 issue, Friendship Send Failure. In it, she talks about her experience with friendship in the modern era and as a Sophomore in college. Her article can be found here. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Fresh-Voices-Mica-Modern-Love-2918-12.06-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:…

Those Three Words

Those Three Words

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01/26/2018

I remember the first time I said “I love you.” My best friend Scarlet and I were driving home from the beach. When going to the beach in Los Angeles, you have to time your departure correctly or else the drive home can easily turn into a two-and-a-half hour, traffic-laden ordeal. Scarlet loves the beach,…

Carrying On: Accepting Tranquility

Carrying On: Accepting Tranquility

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12/28/2017

“Wow what a year it has been. Are they all so full of emotions and change? How will we ever accept tranquility?” I could have written these words from my Aunt Jeannie, found in a letter sent decades ago. In fact, I have written them, many times in my journal, with slight variations over the…

When Home Is Hard to Define

When Home Is Hard to Define

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11/17/2017

Up until I left for Georgetown, it was simple to define “home.” Home was the house in Los Angeles where grew up. It was the place where I learned to swim with my twin sister Katharine and my preschool best friends Charlie and Evren, endlessly doing mermaid kicks as we clutched the side of our…

Upon Turning 20

Upon Turning 20

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10/27/2017

It was Oct. 6, the day before I turned 20. Suddenly the urge to do something crazy, something teenager-y, came over me. I think what’s odd about how I felt in that moment is that I was mourning something I feel I never had. I’ve never felt like a teenager, or at least what I…

Colorful Worlds and Colorful Faces at the Touchstone Gallery

Colorful Worlds and Colorful Faces at the Touchstone Gallery

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10/19/2017

The Touchstone Gallery in downtown DC has two new exhibits for art lovers to immerse themselves in. The exhibits: “beg borrow + steal: works on cardboard by Dana Brotman” and “COLORFEST” will be on display until October 29. “COLORFEST” fills most of the gallery and displays curated micro-shows by 50 Touchstone Gallery artist members. It…

Weekly List: Pups in the Park

Weekly List: Pups in the Park

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05/01/2017

Summer is upon us! And there is nothing more summer than heading to a baseball game. If you’re in D.C. for the season, go to Pups in the Park at a Washington Nationals game. I went this weekend and it was an absolute blast. It’s everything fun about baseball: the food, the game, the energy…

Concert Review: Blind Pilot, Rams Head Live!, Feb. 4

Concert Review: Blind Pilot, Rams Head Live!, Feb. 4

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02/16/2017

Blind Pilot played to an enthusiastic crowd at their show at Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Feb. 4. The Portland-based group’s music does not fall squarely in the category of folk or indie-pop, instead it effortlessly melds the two to create a distinctive sound. The band, helmed by lead singer and guitarist Israel Nebeker…

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