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Savannah Benko

Concert Preview: The Glorious Sons, Jan. 24, 9:30 Club

Ontario rock outfit The Glorious Sons will bring their gutsy rock sound to the 9:30 Club on Friday, January 24th in support of their latest release, A War On Everything. Known for stomping anthems including “S.O.S (Sawed Off Shotgun)” and “Everything is Alright” that balance sweeping choruses and acoustic melodies, the six-piece hit the studio...
Dajour Evans

Little Women is Greta Gerwig’s Love Letter to the World

There’s a scene in Little Women where the shy and gifted Beth March (Eliza Scanlen) enters the quiet Laurence mansion to play the piano. The home’s patriarch, Mr. Laurence (Chris Cooper), sits hidden on the stairs listening to her play, moved to tears by the memory of his deceased daughter whom Beth reminds him of....
Samantha Tritt

Making Art Out of Sweets and Sentiments in Anna Katalkina’s Candy and Mementos

On a particularly warm January afternoon, dozens of patrons arrived at Touchstone Gallery to attend the opening of Contemporary Still Life: Candy and Mementos by Anna Katalkina. Friends and strangers, closely examining the uniformly small paintings neatly lined along the white walls, slowly paced across Gallery B. These striking paintings offer no explanations other than...

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Support the New and Improved Women’s March

Last January, our editorial board wrote that there were several fundamental problems with the Women’s March. Even though we stood by the movement’s founding principles, we advocated sitting out the march. Last year’s Women’s March was regarded by many as evidence the grassroots uprising grew out of anger at President Trump’s election and was unsustainable....
Editorial Board

Georgetown Should Commit to Ethical Data Use

Many colleges and universities have opted to begin using technologies that track the behavior of prospective and enrolled students online and on campus, respectively. This editorial board believes Georgetown should preemptively commit to the ethical use of data collection technology, both with respect to admissions and student life. As The Washington Post reported in 2019,...
Dajour Evans

Upon The New Decade

The clock struck midnight on January 1, 2020. A brand new decade, a brand new act.  Maybe I watch too many movies, but with a new decade on the horizon I’ve been looking back on my life as different acts, and reflecting on each one has given me a new understanding of myself in the...
Cheyenne Martin

“This Is Punk Rock Time”

“Kick over the wall ’cause government’s to fall. How can you refuse it? Let fury have the hour, anger can be power. Do you know that you can use it?”  Would you believe me if I told you one of the biggest bands in the world purposefully trashed venues on tour and snuck fans in...

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Maya Cassady

Quiz: Which Baby Yoda Are You?

This little green kid has been taking over the internet. Where is he from? We don’t know. Is he the chosen one? Probably. But the biggest question still remains: Which Baby Yoda are you? Image Credits: IMDb
Maya Cassady

The Two Popes: What You Need To Know Before The Oscars

Trigger warning: This article mentions sexual abuse within the church.    Fernando Meirelles’s The Two Popes has gained global acclaim over its recent envoy of nominations, most notably from the Academy Awards and British Academy Film Awards. As someone who loves watching The Oscars but has neither the time nor the finances to see all...
Emma Chuck

The Weekly List: NEW SEMESTER, NEW YEAR!

It’s the beginning of 2020 — we have entered a new decade, a new year, and a new semester. As I overheard walking to the Voice office, “this is gonna be a good year. I’m manifesting it.” Let the newness wash over you with the help of this oh-so-creative and never-before-attempted playlist!  “Old Town Road”...
Bella McGlone

Trailer Takes: The New Mutants, A Quiet Place Part II, Tenet

Trailer 1 — The New Mutants (2020) Bella: I never thought I would see an X-Men-esque movie that feels so much like a horror/thriller movie. Although other X-Men movies have held a darker tone, this feels uniquely creepy. Especially the scene with Blu Hunt’s character arching off the lab table with quick cuts as if...

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