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Max Fredell

Rodarte : A Walk Through the Mulleavy’s Garden

Rodarte’s place in the National Museum of Women in the Arts is fitting; women started the fashion company of the same name, and its designs are for women. The exhibit showcases pieces from the company’s inception through its 2018 Spring/Summer collection. Founded by Kate and Laura Mulleavy in 2005, Rodarte featured its first collection in...
Katherine Randolph

Serious and stunning, Our Class leaves viewers questioning the truth

Throughout Professor Derek Goldman’s adaptation of the acclaimed Polish play Our Class, actors turn to the audience and ask a simple question: “What was I supposed to do?” This query is at the heart of the complicated production that follows, as the play forces audiences to grapple with the devastating effects of mistrust and hate....
Zain Sandhu

Critical Voices: The Black Eyed Peas, Masters of the Sun Vol. 1

The Black Eyed Peas have changed quite a bit in the 20 years between their debut in 1998 and their latest release, Masters of the Sun Vol. 1. Initially defined by an alternative hip-hop sound in the 90s, the group shifted towards electronic pop in 2001, welcoming singer Stacy Ann Ferguson, better known as Fergie,...


Mica Bernhard

The Curated Unconscious: A Contradiction in Thrift

Modern hipsters enter a thrift store looking to repurpose grandma’s Christmas sweater from ’73 into a high-fashion statement of individualism and irony.But every friend of said hipster is also a hipster, complete with their own version of grandma’s Christmas sweater from some decade recognizable by its experimental haircuts. If grandma’s Christmas sweater ceases to be...
Calvin Dass

Lost in the Machine: Self-Expression in Virtual Spaces

The color of my skin and my accent have always made it difficult for people to identify my ethnicity. This first became apparent in primary school, when my classmates were shocked to find out that I’m Indian. I was constantly asked, “Why are you white?” and “Were you adopted?”, making me question what culture and...
Editorial Board

Uphold Women’s Rights on Campus

In a political climate that increasingly seems to be divided by gender, the National Coalition for Men is bringing the fight to Georgetown’s campus. On Oct. 3, the organization filed a complaint against Georgetown University alleging that the university “is in violation of Title IX because it offers resources, funding, fellowships, and scholarships that are...
Renny Simone

Branching Out: D.C.’s Troubled Democracy

“Democracy Dies in Darkness.” A phrase familiar to most of us, this solemn threat hangs over the Washington Post website like the Watergate. It is a noble slogan. Pleasantly alliterative, like Shakespeare or Bob Dylan, and just as endearingly self-important. Adopted after the Trump ascendancy, it signals the intention of that paper, along with the...


Skyler Coffey

Sia’s Everyday Is Christmas (Deluxe) Perfects the Pop Holiday Album

On November second, Sia released Everyday Is Christmas (Deluxe). The album is a re-released version of her original Everyday Is Christmas LP, which came out almost exactly year ago, with four new additional songs. I should have known better than to be skeptical at the idea of Sia creating a Christmas album. It is certainly...
Nicole Lai

The Weekly List: Queen’s Greatest Hits

In honor of the recent release of the biographical film Bohemian Rhapsody, some Halftime staffers have decided to take a look back at Queen’s iconic discography.  Nicole: “Another One Bites The Dust” “How long can you stand the heat?” “Another One Bites The Dust” is the perfect theme song for the MSB. With its instantly...
Skyler Coffey

Trailer Takes: Nobody’s Fool, Ben is Back, and 55 Steps

Nobody’s Fool — Sky: It’s good to see that the recently established reign of Tiffany Haddish is still going strong. In Nobody’s Fool, Tika Sumpter plays Danica, a successful businesswoman who will soon become the first black female vice president at her company. Her sister Tanya (Tiffany Haddish), however, has just been released from...
Julia Pinney

Las Chicas del Cable Are Calling

Thursdays feel different in Spain, as do Saturday mornings, and I couldn’t put my finger on why for a good long while. It finally hit me one Thursday evening as I walked out of my last class of the week exhausted and ready to curl up under my covers and watch the latest episode of...


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