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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Image in the Age of the NCAA

Image in the Age of the NCAA

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09/22/2014

On February 14, after star freshman point guard Tyler Ennis hit a half-court shot to defeat Pittsburgh 58-56, Syracuse Athletics’ official Twitter account, @Cuse, tweeted “get your Tyler Ennis jersey while they are still available” and provided a link to an “anonymous” jersey bearing Ennis’s characteristic #11.  This tweet, which was promptly taken down, was…

Critical Voices: Bahamas, Bahamas is Afie

Critical Voices: Bahamas, Bahamas is Afie

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09/22/2014

Whenever I find myself emotionally deep in the cheap seats, I often turn to my favorite artists for the inspiration I need to move forward. For most of my years spent in the South, this support usually came from the likes of Johnny Cash and Ryan Adams, whose heartfelt lyrics could transport me out whatever…

The case for two wild cards

The case for two wild cards

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09/19/2014

October is just days away, and that means that the MLB playoffs are almost here. The playoffs consist of a few precious weeks of nail-biting for all, heartbreak for most, and eternal glory for a lucky few. A grueling season of 162 games can culminate in a single at-bat, and we bask in every second…

The Weekly List(en): Can’t Stop The Chillwave

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09/19/2014

[8tracks url=”http://8tracks.com/cumberdale/downtempo” width=”500″ height=”500″ ] Whether you’re in the zone at Lau or zoning out back out home, sometimes you just can’t handle lyric-driven music. This eight-song selection of atmospheric electronica (some call it chillstep, chillwave, or trip-hop) is guaranteed to be devoid of any lyrical meaning, opting instead for meditative ambience. Sink into the…

The EPL title race is already over

The EPL title race is already over

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09/19/2014

Every so often, we are blessed with a stretch of incredible matches. This weekend was one of said stretches. Arsenal and City played out an exciting 2-2 draw, Southampton ran riot at St. Mary’s, Liverpool couldn’t break down a feisty Aston Villa, and Manchester United actually won a game. But perhaps the least surprising result…

Critical Voices: Generationals, Alix

Critical Voices: Generationals, Alix

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09/19/2014

Any band foraying into the realm of indie-pop can attest to the difficulties that this genre presents. Trying to create a catchy, high-energy sound without coming across as empty and shallow is difficult. Alix, the fourth studio album by Generationals, straddled this fine line deftly. The New Orleans, indie-pop duo, born from the high school…

Critical Voices: Tweedy, Sukierae

Critical Voices: Tweedy, Sukierae

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09/18/2014

Sukierae, father-son duo Jeff and Spencer Tweedy’s first album, plays like a twenty track long jam session, with all the good and bad that implies. The duo, going by the name “Tweedy,” takes a relaxed, meandering approach to music. It’s a guitar heavy album with experimental prog-rock leanings, wistful, classic rock overtones, and the occasional…

League of Legends: Beyond the Stigma

League of Legends: Beyond the Stigma

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09/18/2014

With the League of Legends World Championship having begun today, it’s a good time to re-examine the booming popularity of this particular gaming platform. League of Legends, a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game, is a downloadable PC game where one is placed as a certain character on a team of 5 and pitted against another…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 2

The NFL Thermostat: Week 2

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09/18/2014

HOT: 1. Washington Redskins: It might seem ridiculous to place a team that just lost its franchise quarterback on the hot list, but realistically, the future of the Redskins looks brighter than it did last week. This is RGIII’s second major lower body injury, and he looked horrendous even when playing healthy in Week 1….

Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby  Overcomes Limitations

Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby  Overcomes Limitations

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09/18/2014

One thing that needs to be understood about The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is that it was originally conceived and screened as two films: Him and Her. These films, which both depict the same story of a collapsing marriage, were filmed separately and are each told from the perspective of one member of the central…


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