Alex Lewontin

Critical Voices: J. Cole, <i>KOD</i>

Critical Voices: J. Cole, KOD

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04/29/2018

Cole has always been the fire-and-brimstone preacher in the church of rap. From his breakout single “Lights Please,” a caution against the temptations of sex, to “Fire Squad,” his critically-lauded condemnation of white appropriation of hip-hop, listening to a Cole track or project is not unlike attending a Sunday morning sermon. KOD is no exception,…

An Integrative Education: Georgetown’s Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program Sparks Debate

An Integrative Education: Georgetown’s Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program Sparks Debate

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02/09/2018

Dr. David Gorski has quite a bit to say about “quackademic medicine.” “Quackademic,” a portmanteau of quack and academic, means exactly that. “It’s the infiltration of quackery into academic medicine,” Gorski said. “I wish I had coined [the term], but I didn’t.” Gorski is a surgical oncologist, a professor at the Wayne State University School…

Sister Simone Campbell addresses Catholic social justice in Sacred Lecture Series

Sister Simone Campbell addresses Catholic social justice in Sacred Lecture Series

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02/06/2018

Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, discussed the public element of spirituality on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 in Dahlgren Chapel. The event, titled “From the Desert to the Center of Life: Spirituality’s Public Consequence,” was the latest installment in the Dahlgren Chapel Sacred Lecture Series. The series honors the…

Mumbo Sauce: The taste of Washington

Mumbo Sauce: The taste of Washington

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01/17/2018

Disclaimer: Although Wingo’s advertises with the Voice, this in no way affected the nature of our reporting. Across the southern United States, regional factions are locked in debate, vying to be named the champions of barbecue. In eastern North Carolina, simple spicy vinegar reigns supreme, while in the western part of the state, the smoked…

Women’s basketball seniors end home career on a high note

Women’s basketball seniors end home career on a high note

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02/20/2017

It was a bittersweet afternoon for the seniors on the Georgetown women’s basketball team (17-9, 9-7 Big East), as they won their final home game at McDonough Arena. The team defeated the visiting Xavier Musketeers (11-16, 3-13 Big East), 81-63, behind an 18-point performance from senior forward Faith Woodard that also included an assist, seven…

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