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The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2017-2018

The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2017-2018

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05/02/2018

Every year, the Georgetown University Center for Student Engagement selects 18 pieces of student journalism to win the Edward B. Bunn Awards for Journalistic Excellence. The awards are in six categories: news, features, commentary, photo, sports, and review. This year, the Voice received 11 Bunn Awards across five categories. Below are this year’s winners: Features 1st- It’s not…

National Portrait Gallery’s <i>Unseen</i> Exhibit is Halfway There

National Portrait Gallery’s Unseen Exhibit is Halfway There

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05/02/2018

50 years ago, the National Portrait Gallery opened its America’s Presidents exhibit, which has since become one of the Smithsonian’s landmark tourist destinations. As the Portrait Gallery celebrates its history, it has also established a space to reflect on the American history of portraiture. Unseen: Our Past in a New Light opened in March and…

Critical Voices: Cardi B’s <i>Invasion of Privacy</i>

Critical Voices: Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy

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05/01/2018

Cardi B opens her premier album with an emotional three minutes of solo bars backed by a simple piano line and soft air horns. After the fun and free-flowing “Finesse” and “Bodak Yellow” that have brought her to stardom, this album opening feels out of character. But upon reflection, it proved her prowess and ability…

Track has Strong Showing at Penn Relays

Track has Strong Showing at Penn Relays

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05/01/2018

Over the weekend, the Georgetown track and field team traveled to Philadelphia for the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field. The Hoyas filled the weekend with personal bests, team records, and top finishes. On the first day of the meet, the Georgetown women’s distance medley relay (DMR) finished seventh in the Championship of America with…

Critical Voices: Bishop Briggs, <i>Church of Scars</i>

Critical Voices: Bishop Briggs, Church of Scars

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04/29/2018

Provocative and resounding, Bishop Briggs’ Church of Scars comes with refreshing verve in every track, as high-energy, magnetic bass lines amplify Briggs’ powerful vocals. The rising indie artist released her debut album on April 20, after recording her first single three years ago and climbing the charts over time with hit singles such as “River.”…

Critical Voices: J. Cole, <i>KOD</i>

Critical Voices: J. Cole, KOD

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04/29/2018

Cole has always been the fire-and-brimstone preacher in the church of rap. From his breakout single “Lights Please,” a caution against the temptations of sex, to “Fire Squad,” his critically-lauded condemnation of white appropriation of hip-hop, listening to a Cole track or project is not unlike attending a Sunday morning sermon. KOD is no exception,…

Concert Preview: Modest Mouse, April 30, The Anthem

Concert Preview: Modest Mouse, April 30, The Anthem

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04/29/2018

Getting their start in the musical hub of Seattle in the 1990’s, Modest Mouse brings a unique sound to the alternative world. Led by Isaac Brock on vocals and guitar, the Issaquah based band has released six studio albums, six extended plays, one live album, and 25 singles. Since their most recent album, Strangers to…

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