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Jake Maher

GUSA President Resigns

This post has been updated GUSA President Sahil Nair (SFS ‘19) resigned on Tuesday morning, effective immediately. His resignation was announced on GU...



Kayla Hewitt

A Simple Favor is a Showcase of Nonsensical Extravagance

Do you ever watch a modern classic comedy like Bridesmaids or Spy and think to yourself, “This is good, but it could really use some more suspense.” No? Of course you don’t, but thankfully, for the sake of us all, director Paul Feig sure did. Enter the comedic Hitchcockian thriller: A Simple Favor. The basic...
Ryan Mazalatis

Concert Preview: Car Seat Headrest, Sept. 20, 9:30 Club

Car Seat Headrest is undoubtedly one of the most prominent and talented alt-rock bands out there. The band has a distinct sound, contrasting slow, chill beats with moments of harder, more intense guitar riffs. Founded in Leesburg, Virginia in 2010, Car Seat Headrest quickly became one of the most famous indie bands originating from the...
Lionel Simm

Concert Preview: Trillectro, Sept. 22, Merriweather Post Pavilion

Trillectro is a one-day, DC-based music festival founded by three area natives that has taken place every year since 2012. With its humble beginnings at The Half Street Fairgrounds near Nationals Park, it is one of the DMV’s first and largest multi-genre music festival. The festival’s core mission is to bring together various music genres....


Chris Dunn

Spicer on Campus: Little to Offer, Much to Gain

If we lived in a just world, Sean Spicer and the other former members of the Trump Administration would be too ashamed to show their faces in public, spending their post-Trump lives separated from a country that has, at best, forgotten about them. Instead, Spicer, in an event sponsored by the Georgetown Institute of Politics...
Emilio Joubert

For Fear of Ignorance

Social media has forever changed the nature of social justice activism. Internet activism has taken off, allowing people from across the world to share their opinions in a second or promote a rally that may have previously gone unnoticed. Movements don’t necessarily have individual leaders like they did during the Civil Rights era or the...
Michael DeFelice

Reflections on a Catholic Crisis

This summer has been quite a difficult one for Catholics in America. From the exposure of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s heinous actions to the Pennsylvania grand jury report that uncovered approximately 300 Catholic priests had sexually abused over 1,000 minors, to former Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Carlo Vigano’s letter that alleges Pope Francis helped cover up McCarrick’s...
Editorial Board

Remove Power Design from D.C. Apprenticeship Program

The D.C. attorney general’s office recently filed a lawsuit against Power Design, a Florida-based electrical contractor. The lawsuit alleges that Power Design, known for its work on D.C. buildings, is at the nexus of one of the largest wage-theft scandals in the city’s history. Construction companies are required to employ a certain number of apprentices...


Bradley Galvin

The Future of Flash Gordon

From November 17, 2013 to December 8, 2013, Josh Gordon was the greatest receiver in NFL history. He went for 125 yards in Week 11, followed that up with 237 yards in Week 12, somehow outdid himself the next week going for 261 yards, and closed with 151 yards against the Patriots. In true Browns...
Josi Rosales

Legion of Bust

The Seattle Seahawks. Just hearing their name should cause an immediate response: you either love them or you hate them. Even when I could not differentiate between the Seahawks and the Eagles, I was able to guess who the Seahawks were based on people’s reactions. They are the team you love to hate, yet being...
Aaron Wolf

Eight-Win Jacob DeGrom is Your Obvious Cy Young Winner

On Sunday, Jacob DeGrom had another magnificent outing for the New York Mets. Facing the MLB-leading Boston Red Sox, he surrendered just three runs over seven innings pitched, extending his single-season record of consecutive starts allowing three or fewer runs to 27. He allowed just one walk and recorded 12 strikeouts against one of the...
Halftime Staff

Trailer Takes: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Wildlife, and Aquaman

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina — Leina: First off, why does every horror movie trailer have to feature an eerie version of a children’s song? Can’t we preserve the naivety of anything anymore? As it is, with the directors of Riverdale, I expect there will be no shortage of teen drama, cryptic undertones, and pretty...


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