Kenneth Lee

Dividing Lines: The Smokescreen of Money

Dividing Lines: The Smokescreen of Money

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04/21/2017

For those who wonder what the Hoya state of mind is come second-semester senior year, one fun fact is that a cheery email from the Office of Advancement’s “Class of 2017 Fund” comes around every two weeks to nag me about making a “gift” to Georgetown. Last week, they declared the start of a “HOYAlympics”:…

Students Share Their Thoughts on the Election and the Nation’s Political Climate

Students Share Their Thoughts on the Election and the Nation’s Political Climate

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10/28/2016

For months now, talk of the upcoming elections has been everywhere. It has been virtually impossible to open a news site or to scroll through Twitter without encountering yet another article on Donald Trump’s latest offense or Hillary Clinton’s turbulent career. Given the intense scrutiny on both candidates, a narrative has emerged in the national…

Untitled Leisure Project: <i>Black Mirror</i>

Untitled Leisure Project: Black Mirror

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10/25/2016

In this week’s Untitled Leisure Project, Danielle Hewitt, filling in for Daniel Varghese, sits down with Jon Block and Kenneth Lee to discuss the Netflix (and former Channel 4) show Black Mirror. The trio look at some of the overarching themes of the show, discuss favorite episodes, and examine the first episode of the recently…

The Closet Otaku: But What is an Otaku?

The Closet Otaku: But What is an Otaku?

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10/19/2016

Five years ago, Saturday Night Live satirized Americans fans of anime in a segment called “J-Pop America Fun Time Now.”Taran Killam and Vanessa Bayer put on a hyperactive display of affection for Japanese culture as two Michigan State college students with their own show on the campus television network. . They woo, pretend to be…

After the Umbrella Movement: What Became of Hong Kong

After the Umbrella Movement: What Became of Hong Kong

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02/25/2016

The Lunar New Year is a time of fun and celebration in Hong Kong. Everyone suddenly becomes rich and fabulous; families gather around food, friends go to the massive, open-air flower market bazaars; children receive their annual income of red packets; and grandparents sit in front of the television to be lectured by fortune tellers….

Meetings: the manifestation of hell on earth

Meetings: the manifestation of hell on earth

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11/17/2015

I would like the propose the First Fundamental Theorem of Life at Georgetown: one cannot avoiding meetings while on the Hilltop. We at Georgetown have a weird obsession with meetings. We say to each other, “Sorry, I just can’t hang out with you (to be understood as: we can be acquaintances, just not, you know,…

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