Trailer Takes: Incredibles 2, The Meg, And Hot Summer Nights

Incredibles 2 — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5qOzqD9Rms Juliana: I tend to be a bit skeptical when it comes to Pixar sequels, because they never seem to be as great as the classics. That being said, I’M SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE! Seriously, how long have we been waiting for it? I’m super happy that all of my favorite...

The Weekly List: Underappreciated Female Rappers!

So lowkey as a writer, I’ve never written about any female rappers, after like six articles or something. Which is absurd. There are so many talented women in hip-hop! And it would be a shame to let one or two women stand for the whole spectrum of artists innovating and getting their bags. So here’s...

The Good in The Mechanism

Chances are, if you’ve already watched this show, you’re from Brazil or going through a Narcos hangover. I don’t blame you: I’m a combination of both, which is probably what made me give this show a try. And it was….wow. O Mecanismo (translated into The Mechanism) is a political drama loosely based off the real...

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The Quest for the perfect burger: Burger Week

The Quest for the perfect burger: Burger Week

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11/17/2014

There comes a point in a person’s life when the desire to be a healthy, civil, and productive human being gives way to something much greater. When the fabric of our meaningless, individual existences are superseded by a force more powerful than the combined will of society. When even the strongest beings must bow down…

The Weekly List: Travel

The Weekly List: Travel

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11/17/2014

[8tracks url=”http://8tracks.com/clibre/to-travel “] Little more than a week stands between Georgetown students and their Thanksgiving break, and, yet, the wait feels interminable. Gathering up the strength to haul oneself to Lau for a final group project meeting or last minute midterm cram session has never seemed more daunting. At this point in the depths of…

Thoughts from the BPL Weekend

Thoughts from the BPL Weekend

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11/14/2014

As we head into the international break, let’s take some time to reminisce on another fantastic weekend of action from the English top flight. 1. Sometimes I Get It Wrong It greatly pains me to even suggest that I could ever be wrong. That’s why I don’t like pointing out that I may be wrong…

Sir Roger’s Game: The NFL in London

Sir Roger’s Game: The NFL in London

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11/14/2014

Between the World Cup, the World Baseball Classic, and FIBA, watching some of our favorite sports in foreign venues has become commonplace.  But there’s still something exotic about the NFL London Games, or the “NFL International Series”, that sets international football apart.  Maybe it’s because, unlike the increasingly international baseball and basketball, football has always…

One Comparison to Rule them All

One Comparison to Rule them All

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11/14/2014

Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy is considered one of the greatest cinematic feats in Hollywood’s history. Jackson somehow took one sprawling, epic and practically unfilmable story and transformed it into three fantastic films. The trilogy’s conclusion, The Return of the King, was awarded with eleven Oscars, multiple endings aside. When Jackson announced that…

A College Football Playoff Rooting Guide

A College Football Playoff Rooting Guide

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11/13/2014

The inaugural College Football Playoff is fast approaching, and it’s becoming even more likely that our Hoyas’ resume will not impress the selection committee enough to propel Georgetown into the top four. That said, college football fans on the Hilltop still need rooting interests for the Playoff, so here’s a primer on why you should…

They Might Just Be Kings

They Might Just Be Kings

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11/13/2014

The Kings are 5-3, which is above .500. Praise the basketball gods—we Kings’ fans haven’t heard that number in a while. Many predicted Sacramento would remain at the same level of mediocrity this season, if not plunge even further down into the abyss that is the bottom half of the Western Conference. But something else…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 10

The NFL Thermostat: Week 10

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11/12/2014

HOT 1. Cleveland Browns If the season ended today, do you know who would be the AFC North champions, good for the fourth seed in the AFC? That’s right, the Cleveland Browns, still led by Brian Hoyer (and not Johnny Manziel who remains the backup for now). This puts them ahead of the dangerous Bengals…

MLB Offseason Preview: NL East

MLB Offseason Preview: NL East

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11/11/2014

The 2014 Major League season has come and gone, and with the postseason over, the discussion now turns to the hot stove. True championships are not won in October-they are gradually achieved over long winter nights by teams of experts and executives slaving over data. Now, with their sights set towards October 2015, the upper…


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