and Trailer Takes, Special Edition: Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Justice League

This is a special week for Trailer Takes, as we dive deep into the recently released trailers for arguably the two most widely anticipated films of 2017. We’re ready. Are you?   Star Wars: The Last Jedi – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0CbN8sfihY Eman: Let’s get one thing out of the way: Rian Johnson and company shot the shit...

NBA Offseason Winners and Losers

By all accounts, this was the wildest NBA offseason we have ever witnessed. It kicked off back in June with what experts are calling one of the deepest and most talented draft classes in recent memory. Then came free agency and with it the now typical exorbitant spending on colossal contracts for slightly above average...

The Weekly List: Baring It All

In honor of last week’s fashion issue, we’re stripping things down this time around. Lucky for you (and your roommate) these timeless tunes are equally as enjoyable, whether you’re bundled up or baring it all.   1) Nelly: “Hot in Here” A catchy chorus has allowed this throwback to withstand the tests of time. The...

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The Weekly Listen: "Mainstream" Indie

The Weekly Listen: "Mainstream" Indie

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04/14/2014

Welcome to The Weekly List(en), a curation of the latest and greatest tracks to hit the interwebs in the past week(ish). Didn’t get a chance to peruse the blogosphere since our last update? No worries. We went ahead and did it for you! Check out our picks below: It’s been a good week for some…

The Bears Come out of Hibernation

The Bears Come out of Hibernation

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04/14/2014

The win streak ended at 12 on March 24, as the Montreal Canadiens took down the Bruins in a shootout.  Boston has stumbled slightly since then, falling in two consecutive shootouts after going almost the entire month of March without losing.  Still they remain atop the league standings, 3 points ahead of the resurgent Anaheim…

Has college stardom doomed Ka’Deem Carey?

Has college stardom doomed Ka’Deem Carey?

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04/12/2014

There’s no question that the game of football takes a toll on the body. Whether it’s severe concussions, torn ACL’s, or simply aggregate wear and tear, the wide array of injuries players suffer over the course of their respective careers almost always culminates in a less than heroic fall from grace. For fans, watching their…

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert?

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert?

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04/11/2014

David Letterman recently dropped a bombshell on his fans, announcing his retirement in 2015 after being a television host for over thirty years and the star of The Late Show since 1993. CBS recently announced that the man to fill Letterman’s incredibly large shoes is none other than Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert. Stephen Colbert is…

All the Way: The Jeter Standard

All the Way: The Jeter Standard

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04/11/2014

This is a column written for the Georgetown Voice. It can be found on their website here. Opening Day is a day of rebirth. The promise of a fresh season resting just beyond the tossing of the first pitch is enough to wipe away the past season’s disappointments. It is another opportunity for the victors…

Draft Day Dissapoints

Draft Day Dissapoints

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04/11/2014

Ah, Draft Day. One of the most exciting times of the year for football fans, filled with expectations and hopes for a new year of athletic excellence. This is a subject sure to arouse a lot of interest in football fans, and the allure of the draft, with all of its drama, is sure to…

A Drop in the Bucket: North Korean Soccer

A Drop in the Bucket: North Korean Soccer

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04/10/2014

The 2010 South Africa World Cup featured excellent and dominant teams such as Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, and Uruguay… and teams like North Korea. The small Asian nation was in the World Cup for the first time since 1966 and, truthfully, was considered a bit of joke. At the same time there was a kind…

Touch Me  exhibit not very pleasurable

Touch Me  exhibit not very pleasurable

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04/10/2014

Enter space…interact. The words are printed on an unassuming white wall at the entrance of of Touch Me, the current exhibit in The Flashpoint Gallery. This new creation from the minds of installation artists Emily Biondo and Bradford Barr creates an interactive environment of light from the most basic form of human interaction: touch. The exhibit’s…

Borowitz Repor: Pacers Lose Appeal

Borowitz Repor: Pacers Lose Appeal

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04/10/2014

Before the season started in the fall, I had gleefully pronounced that I thought the Indiana Pacers would win the NBA title. This prediction was what you would call a “sexy pick,” since Indiana would be as close to a starless championship team as the league has ever seen. Yet from an outside perspective, Indiana…


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