Brynn Furey

Brynn is a Contributing Editor for the Voice. She's a huge proponent of pop punk, capybaras, and world peace.

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Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

Spotify always seems to have a playlist for everything. Recently, they partnered with astrologist Chani Nicholas to make personalized playlists for all 12 star signs. Halftime writers set out to... Read more


Voice Staffers’ Favorite Summer Reads

The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison I read The Bluest Eye in the eleventh grade, and it had a sense of realness that books hadn’t yet held for me. It wasn’t... Read more

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Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth Rattled the Rock World with Their “Simple Creatures” Announcement

Pop punk icons, Mark Hoppus of blink-182 and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low completely blindsided the punk world last weekend when they announced on Twitter that they are forming... Read more


Critical Voices: gnash, we

Singer, song-writer, and sad boy musician Garrett Nash, better known as gnash, is nothing if not gentle and kind in his attempt to create music that sparks conversation and makes... Read more

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The Meme Files: Spongebob Edition

Welcome back to The Meme Files! In this series, Halftime staffers pick memes to cover, exploring their background and appeal. In this edition, we look to honor the incredible legacy... Read more


Georgetown crosses the season finish line strong but without a team invitation to the NCAA Championships

Georgetown’s cross country teams left the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships with bittersweet success, dominating the course and finishing strong, regardless of the cold and rain. In what was many of... Read more

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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... Read more


Meet the New Gals

Cassandra Gordon — 5’10” guard Cassandra Gordon comes to Georgetown from Santa Barbara High School, where she was a four-year starter at the guard position and earned Second Team All-California... Read more


Carrying On: Listen Like Spring and Talk Like June

The last thing I expected to be listening to on the way home from Emelia’s vigil was trap music. Piled into my car, my high school friends and I took... Read more


Kip Berman Celebrates His Birthday In D.C. With New EP and Songbyrd Concert

The opening chords of The Natvral’s Know Me More are simple and comforting, the kind of notes that glide through a quiet café with ease and linger in the atmosphere... Read more