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Voice Interview with The (International) Noise Conspiracy

Sweden has long been on the socio-political edge. Yes, from it’s humble beginnings as a second rate European powe, throughout the twentieth century, Sweden has bombarded foreign shores with revisionist... Read more

Leisure

Bizzare Ride Continues

Hip-hop was never quite the same after The Pharcyde dropped their 1992 debut Bizarre Ride II: The Pharcyde. The goofy record was honest in its themes; in an era when... Read more

Voices

My very own melting pot

On a very pleasant night in Southern California, I was cruising in my best friend Scott’s Ford Forerunner. We were going nowhere but getting there fast in his gas-guzzling SUV.... Read more

Voices

Indentified unflying objects

The recent spat of nice weather has invited many Hoyas to enjoy the outdoors again. One could hardly cross Healy or Copley lawnsthis weekend without stepping on a sunbather or... Read more

Voices

What’s in a name?

Before I was born, my parents had a fairly typical argument over what they should name me. Both of them were relatively recent immigrants to the states and felt that... Read more

Voices

Who says you should play fair?

Little kids are stupid. They play “make-believe,” think that they can successfully fly off tables and tall buildings, eat glue (or toothpaste, in my case) and genuinely believe that they... Read more

Leisure

Bizarre Ride Continues

Hip-hop was never quite the same after The Pharcyde dropped their 1992 debut Bizarre Ride II: The Pharcyde. The goofy record was honest in its themes; in an era when... Read more

News

Former Jesuit calls church sexually intolerant

Webster University Religious Studies chair and former Jesuit Priest Robert Goss spoke Wednesday on a need to increase religious tolerance of homosexuals and unite the sexual with the spiritual. Goss... Read more

News

Twelve elected to GUSA Assembly

Over 33 percent of the student body voted in last week’s on-line Georgetown University Student Association class representative election, an increase from last year’s 28.5 percent voter turnout. According to... Read more

Leisure

GUDC: warming up

The Walsh Blackbox Theater buzzes with activity as the Georgetown University Dance Company rehearses for its upcoming Spring Performance. A mix of students wrapped in layers of sweaters dart back... Read more

Leisure

Pal Joey delivers

Musicals are usually the coy, sappy ordeals your grandmother likes. Luckily there are a few entertaining and flavorful exceptions worth noting. Mask and Bauble’s final attempt at dazzling the campus... Read more

Leisure

Erasers of love: an Underworld edjoomacation

We are in the midst of another de facto British invasion. Like the French to, well, just about everyone, American frontiers are buckling to foreign intrusion, not in the form... Read more

Leisure

Career ops in club promotion

Walking through campus the other day, I spotted a team of two promoters in the distance, rapidly approaching me. Now, while I can completely understand the functional role that club... Read more

Leisure

Blaxploitation: the American new wave

The past several years have seen a resurgence of interest in the American blaxploitation films of the 1970s. Spanning from the since-clich?d Shaft to the slapstick comedy of Rudy Ray... Read more

Voices

On my honor

The Honor Council is one of Georgetown’s most feared and least understood organizations. I have served on it for three years as a student representative. The skewed perception of the... Read more

Voices

Wake up, Georgetown!

When I am walking the streets of Georgetown alone I sometimes question how I possibly ended up at such a university. I am blinded by the light reflecting off the... Read more

Voices

An Oregonian goes to Washington

Being a transfer student can really suck. Even though I am a third-year student in college, I feel a like first-year. I know only a handful of professors and students,... Read more

Voices

Van you understand what I’m saying?

I hate starting with a quote. Now, that that’s taken care of, here’s the story of something I like a whole lot. (Hint: love, family, friendship and obsession with Macintosh... Read more

Features

Paying the Price for Peace

His hair is white now. The Jesuit often dresses in faded jeans and muted plaids, not the black and white that many of his order wear. He lives in a... Read more

Sports

Just when you thought it was all over …

last issue, Voice Sports graded this year’s men’s basketball starters on their season’s performance. This week, we’re subjecting the rest of the team to the same treatment. Here goes. Nat... Read more

Sports

GU beats Hobart for 16th straight win

Imagine, for a second, that you’re me. Now in all honesty, you’re not, and you can never hope to be. Because, as Talib Kweli will have you know, while most... Read more

Editorials

Adios, amigo

Let us be the latest voice to bemoan the loss of Joey Ramone, who died of cancer on Sunday at age 49. Ramone will be forever remembered as the lead singer of seminal New York City punk band, The Ramones, who could fairly be credited with introducing the sound of punk rock to the world and thereby changing the course of popular music history forever. It wasn’t that the members of The Ramones were particularly talented, but they were the catalysts that launched punk rock into the mainstream.

Editorials

Water, water, everywhere

Late last month, the Environmental Protection Agency decided to reverse a drinking-water regulation imposed in the last days of the Clinton administration that would have reduced by 80 percent the permissible levels of arsenic, a known carcinogen, in drinking water supplies. The Bush administration rejected the new standards in favor of retaining archaic arsenic regulations that were established in 1942. President George Bush’s rejection of the new drinking water standards is only the latest development in the Bush administration’s assault on the environment.

Editorials

Back in the U.S.S.R.?

In the wake of the recent “incident” in the South China Sea, we are afforded the opportunity to look back upon what happened, what could have been done differently and what lessons we should take away from this regarding an overarching philosophy of foreign policy in the new Bush administration. To date, the policy of the Bush White House has been largely reactive.

Sports

The Answer

The playoffs are coming. The NBA playoffs are coming. The best playoffs are coming. Think 13-year-old teenybopper-chick meets MTV’s-designated boy band of the month. Now, add some logic, a sense... Read more