The Vermont Catamounts: This Year’s Sleeper Team

You’ve heard of the blue bloods, the lottery picks, and the hall-of-fame coaches in men’s college basketball. And most recently, you’ve probably been alerted to the FBI Investigation that has rocked the sport. From November to late February, there is no shortage of commentary in college hoops, yet the storylines are usually recycled and don’t...

Trade Deadline Moves Set the Lakers up for Success

Last Thursday, the trade deadline sent the NBA into a frenzy. Most notably, the Cleveland Cavaliers completed a near-complete roster overhaul that hasn’t been seen in recent memory, especially for a team competing for a championship. In an effort to secure LeBron James’ fourth ring, the Cavs unloaded Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Channing Frye, Dwyane...

and Taste Test: Epi Buffet, with Special Guests

In this episode of Taste Test, Danielle Hewitt and Amy Guay try out items from Epicurean and Company, the infamous late-night snack spot. They are joined by special guests Jake Sanford and Matthan Sutton, who are longtime fans of the podcast. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/taste-test-epi-21618-4.35-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Rooting for L.A.’s Other Basketball Team

Rooting for L.A.’s Other Basketball Team

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10/07/2014

Because I am likely one of the only Los Angeles Clippers fans you’ll ever know in your lifetime, I’ll be the first to admit it-being a Clippers fan can be pretty miserable. L.A. loves its basketball, but the city has been a Lakers town since the organization relocated from Minneapolis in 1960. In every street…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 5

The NFL Thermostat: Week 5

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10/07/2014

HOT 1. New York Giants Offensive Rookies This comes in part from my own bias for my hometown team, as several rookies have helped contribute to their team’s success this year.  But on Sunday the Giants rookies were especially good, leading to a comeback victory. Running Back Andre Williams took over for an injured Rashad…

Gone Girl is Mostly Successful

Gone Girl is Mostly Successful

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10/07/2014

You might know David Fincher, director of such films as Seven, Fight Club, and The Social Network. You probably also know Gone Girl, the 2012 novel by Gillian Flynn that enjoyed a very long tenure as a New York Times bestseller. It may not be a surprise, then, that the marriage of these two elements…

A Game Worth Watching: The NBA Preseason

A Game Worth Watching: The NBA Preseason

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10/06/2014

June 16th, 2014 marked one of the saddest days of the calendar year. Suffering and despair came over our souls as we went from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows. Women and children were crying while the fathers tried to hold it together for the sake of their family.  The NBA offseason…

NBA Preview: Pacific Division

NBA Preview: Pacific Division

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10/06/2014

In a conference full of remarkable talent and promise, the Pacific Division offers a peculiar mix of potential and weakness. Los Angeles Clippers At the top of the Pacific are the Los Angeles Clippers, a team whose biggest acquisition came off the court. The unmitigated disaster of the Donald Sterling debacle left the organization in…

The Empire Strikes Out: Star Wars loses Expanded Universe

The Empire Strikes Out: Star Wars loses Expanded Universe

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10/06/2014

What ever happened to artistry? It’s a legitimate societal concern given the omnipresence of 140-character Twitter screeds and Buzzfeed articles that pare life down to short, consumable, forgettable numbered lists. But it’s an issue that’s even more pressing in the realm of contemporary fiction itself. Recently, we’ve seen J.K. Rowling assert that Hermione would, in…

New Hendrix Biopic Emerges from the "Purple Haze"

New Hendrix Biopic Emerges from the "Purple Haze"

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10/03/2014

  Music biopics have a tendency to rear toward hagiography, as the stars they depict often end up falling into the stereotype of tortured genius or underdog who bucked the odds to become a superstar. These films are almost surely Oscar-bait and rarely provide new insight into the artist’s life. JIMI: All Is by My…

Free in DC: Part II

Free in DC: Part II

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10/03/2014

Midterm season hit in full force last week, so after spending a weekend working on a 10 page paper and studying I desperately needed to get off campus and into the real world. So I asked myself: what could I do on a Tuesday evening, for free, and in walking distance from the Front Gates?…

Champions League Roundup: Week 2

Champions League Roundup: Week 2

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10/03/2014

Another week. Another set of Champions League matches. With Week 3 play wrapping up, we are now a third of the way through the group stages. Here’s a look back at some this week’s big matches. PSG 3, Barcelona 2 Barcelona traveled to Paris to play out a wonderfully exciting five-goal shootout. PSG were missing…

Critical Voices: Prince, Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum

Critical Voices: Prince, Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum

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10/02/2014

The summer of 1995 saw an ugly divorce between Prince and Warner Brothers Records, with whom Prince had signed in 1978. While under contract with Warner Brothers, Prince released several classic records, including Purple Rain and Sign O’ the Times, and became one of the world’s biggest stars. Tensions arose between the electric performer and…


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