Noah Telerski

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…

GUSA constitutional referendum fails

GUSA constitutional referendum fails

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05/02/2017

A referendum on two amendments to the GUSA Constitution failed because while the majority of votes cast were in favor, the total number of votes in favor did not exceed the required threshold of 25 percent of the student body. According to the GUSA Election Commission’s official Twitter account, turnout for the April 25-27 voting…

University files amicus brief

University files amicus brief

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04/13/2017

Georgetown joined 30 other universities in filing an amicus brief in opposition to President Trump’s recent executive order banning travel from six Muslim-majority countries. An amicus brief is a document filed in appeals court by groups or people with an interest in a case, but who are not directly involved in the proceedings. In the…

University files amicus brief

University files amicus brief

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04/13/2017

Georgetown joined thirty other universities in filing an amicus brief in opposition to President Trump’s recent executive order banning travel from six Muslim-majority countries. An amicus brief is a document filed in appeals court by groups or people with an interest in a case, but who are not directly involved in the proceedings. In the…

University files amicus brief in opposition to travel ban

University files amicus brief in opposition to travel ban

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04/11/2017

Georgetown joined thirty other universities in filing an amicus brief in opposition of President Trump’s recent executive order banning travel from six Muslim-majority countries. An amicus brief is a document filed in appeals court by groups or people with an interest in a case, but who are not directly involved in the proceedings. In the…

Critical Voices: Depeche Mode, <i>Spirit</i>

Critical Voices: Depeche Mode, Spirit

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04/10/2017

At first, it seemed like there was a mistake. This was supposed to be the new Depeche Mode album, but it sounded like my mother’s Depeche Mode. It turns out this album was new, and although it sounds like it could have been released 30 years ago, that’s not a bad thing. Spirit is the newest release…

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