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

and She Runs the World Episode 5: Kathy Powers on Political Science and Academia

In the fifth episode of She Runs the World, Kaei Li and Emily Jaster talk with Dr. Kathy Powers about being in Political Science and International Relations academia as a woman of color. Dr. Powers is a tenured professor at the University of New Mexico, and is an adjunct lecturer the Department of Government here at...

Halftime

Just the Right Mix

Just the Right Mix

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04/09/2014

Annie are you OK? Will you tell us, that you’re OK? You start nodding your head as you mouth the words to the 1987 hit, Smooth Criminal. But imagine that instead of hearing Michael Jackson’s falsetto voice, you hear—and watch—as two young cellists literally tear it up on stage. That’s right, I said cellists. It…

An "Everyone Problem," Not Just a "Russia Problem"

An "Everyone Problem," Not Just a "Russia Problem"

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04/09/2014

Let’s not kid ourselves. After #Sochiproblems, the annexation of Crimea, and concerns over the feasibility of Qatar 2022, a critical light will fall on Russia 2018 at some point. After Brazil 2014 finishes, and FIFA finally pulls its head out of Qatar’s ass, the soccer world will remember the Eastern European middle child and pounce…

The Pop Art Conundrum

The Pop Art Conundrum

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04/09/2014

I have always associated Pop Art with the critique of our consumer culture. Using bright colors and an impersonal, flat form to draw the audience in, the artists of this movement employed commercial techniques to meet the new high demand for art. Yet, the many prominent Pop Art artists featured in this new exhibit located…

Swords, Debts, and Dragons, Game of Thrones  returns

Swords, Debts, and Dragons, Game of Thrones returns

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04/08/2014

After a yearlong hiatus, Game of Thrones finally returned with their season four premiere on Sunday night. The show started off with a bang showing many fan favorites including the two Stark sisters, Sansa and Arya, the Lannisters, Daenerys Targaryen, and Jon Snow. The premiere also brought in new characters, including the younger prince of…

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

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04/08/2014

Since the beginning of the Robert Griffin III era, I’d contended that a big time receiver would make the difference between the Redskins being a good team and a great team. Well, those aren’t really the options anymore. The Redskins are, frankly, awful. The team finished their last campaign with a 3-13 record, good enough…

The Life and Times of Two Face

The Life and Times of Two Face

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04/08/2014

Writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason’s Batman and Two-Face #28 issue is not only an absolutely fantastic comic in itself, but it is also a stellar conclusion to a five-issue mini-series of Batman’s first interaction with the duality-based villain, Two-Face. It’s not only beautifully drawn, but goes into a great amount of intimate…

The Post-Hernandez NFL Claims its First Victim

The Post-Hernandez NFL Claims its First Victim

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04/08/2014

After a career year with the Philadelphia Eagles, star wide receiver DeSean Jackson has unofficially become the first player to see the negative effect Aaron Hernandez has left on the NFL. Jackson was recently cut by the Eagles and has now signed with the division rival Redskins despite the fact that he seems to perfectly…

The MLBeat: Assessing the Nationals

The MLBeat: Assessing the Nationals

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04/07/2014

Just one year after winning the National League East Division in 2012, the Washington Nationals fell out of contention for a first place finish by a large margin last year. The entrance of Bryce Harper and his Rookie of the Year season in 2012 brought with it a glimmer of hope for Nats fans that…

Pure X, Cloud Nothings, Jamie XX

Pure X, Cloud Nothings, Jamie XX

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04/07/2014

Welcome, once again, to The Weekly List(en), a brief selection of some of Halftime’s favorite new tracks. This week on The List we have an eclectic mix of exciting new music, so check out our picks! First, we have a track off of Pure X’s new album, Angel, which was released on April 1. The…

Looking Back: “El Duque” and the 1998 Yankees

Looking Back: “El Duque” and the 1998 Yankees

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04/07/2014

On Christmas Day in 1997, Orlando Hernandez, a thirty-two year old Cuban baseball star, boarded a small boat and set sail for the United States. Hernandez, often known simply by his nickname “El Duque,” was a man seeking greener pastures; a year earlier, he had been banned from Cuban baseball amidst allegations that he had…


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