Annabella Hoge

Annabella is a senior in the college who enjoys watching Dodger games, beating people at Mario Kart, and talking about her thesis. She is also the managing editor.


Halftime Leisure

Halftime Leisure’s favorite summer reads

Fight Night by Miriam Toews (2021) Miriam Toews’ books all cover very similar thematic ground, but each novel finds a new emotional angle to explore her cultural history. Toews was... Read more

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After two years, half of Georgetown students receive bystander training online—and say it isn’t effective

More than half the student body lacked bystander training on assault, harassment, and other sexual and interpersonal violence issues. 

Features

18 hours with Georgetown Radio

In an effort to document the entirety of WGTB’s Friday setlist, we hunkered down in what some DJs call “the womb” for 18 hours.

Features

How the Philodemic Room portraits came down, and what’s next

Along the four long walls of the Philodemic Room in Healy Hall, there are empty spaces where portraits once hung.

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Wolfe and Ume-Ukeje win the 2022 GUSA Executive Election

Kole Wolfe (SFS ’24) and Zeke Ume-Ukeje (COL ’24) have won the 2022 GUSA Executive Election, according to the Election Commission.

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In the face of gentrification, go-go plays on

Go-go music is D.C. culture. Like many staples of Black culture in the nation’s rapidly gentrifying capital, go-go is under threat of erasure. 

Halftime Leisure

The Voice debates: Is Die Hard a Christmas film?

This holiday season, two Voice editors grapple with the age-old question: is Die Hard (1988) a Christmas movie?  (Alert: spoilers incoming)  Annie: Let me set the stage for you: It’s... Read more

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Joel Castón, Georgetown Prison Scholar and ANC Commissioner, released from incarceration

After nearly 30 years of incarceration, Joel Castón is home. A mentor, advocate, advisory neighborhood commissioner, and former member of Georgetown’s Prison Scholars Program (PSP), Castón was released from the... Read more

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More than a line: D.C.’s most recent redistricting debate

This tension represents the latest political scuffle in a city long defined by racial segregation and unequal access.

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GU Politics announces Fall 2021 Fellows

The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service announced their first in-person class of Fellows in over a year and a half, a group featuring strategists, activists, and correspondents from... Read more