Noah Telerski

On The Record: New Dean of the MSB Paul Almeida

On The Record: New Dean of the MSB Paul Almeida

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10/17/2017

Paul Almeida is quick to mention that he has been at Georgetown for 22 years and 71 days. The first 22 years were spent being a professor of strategy and international business and deputy and associate dean, and in August, 71 days before he sat down with the Voice for an interview on October 11,…

Into the Great Wide Open: Remembering Tom Petty

Into the Great Wide Open: Remembering Tom Petty

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10/11/2017

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played the last stop on their 40th Anniversary tour at the Hollywood Bowl on September 25. A week later he passed away following cardiac arrest. Petty was 66. Petty’s songs have that early rock and roll quality about them that makes them so memorable. Most of them are short, three…

GUPD Issues Response to Anti-Semitic Graffiti

GUPD Issues Response to Anti-Semitic Graffiti

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10/03/2017

Two incidents of anti-Semitic graffiti took place in East Campus last week. A swastika was found in an LXR bathroom on Sep 27. The swastika was drawn in lipstick on the mirror of a women’s restroom on the second floor of LXR, along with the words “Bitches Beware,” according to Adam Shlomi (SFS ‘20). GUPD…

NHL Eastern Conference Preview

NHL Eastern Conference Preview

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10/02/2017

The Pittsburgh Penguins have dominated the Eastern conference the past two seasons on their way to winning back to back Stanley Cups. The Washington Capitals have also been on top, winning the President’s Trophy in both of those seasons for being the league’s regular season champions. But there could be a shake-up happening this season…

The Sports Sermon: NHL Season Preview

The Sports Sermon: NHL Season Preview

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09/29/2017

Welcome to the Sports Sermon, the Voice‘s global sports podcast. In this episode, Nick Gavio is joined by Chris Dunn, Noah Telerski, and Michael Coyne to discuss the upcoming NHL season. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/NHL-9.26-92717-10.56-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Critical Voices: Prophets of Rage, <i>Prophets of Rage</i>

Critical Voices: Prophets of Rage, Prophets of Rage

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09/25/2017

Acoustic artists and soft strumming are the usual ingredients of protest music, as evidenced by artists like Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and Pete Seeger who sought peace, free speech, and civil rights. Prophets of Rage lives in this same vein of musical activism, but in the face of a Trump presidency, they’ve decided to be…

Fourth Swastika Found on Campus

Fourth Swastika Found on Campus

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09/20/2017

A swastika was found in an LXR restroom this evening, according to an email from university president John DeGioia to the student body. Earlier in the evening, a Rosh Hashanah service was held in Gaston Hall to celebrate the Jewish new year. The statement said that the graffiti was found in a women’s restroom alongside…

Changes Made to On-Campus Dining

Changes Made to On-Campus Dining

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09/17/2017

Leo’s dining hall was renovated over the summer, with construction also taking place at Hoya Court, the bookstore, and Uncommon Grounds. Joelle Wiese, associate vice president of Auxiliary Business Services said that the project was completed at an “aggressive” pace in two and a half months. “For the most part everything is done, it opened…

50 Years of Pink Floyd

50 Years of Pink Floyd

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09/04/2017

Take a look around Lauinger Library, or anywhere college students congregate. Amongst the myriad of laptop stickers and logos on t-shirts, you will see Storm Thorgerson’s drawing of a prism refracting a beam of white light into the whole spectrum of color. That drawing has adorned college dorm rooms everywhere since it first appeared on…

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