Brynn Furey

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


Georgetown Makes Strides at the Nuttycombe Invitational, But Still Can’t Keep Up

Racing against some of the country’s top teams at the 10th annual Nuttycombe Invitational this past weekend, both Georgetown cross country teams failed to distinguish themselves, finishing in the latter... Read more


Long Story Short: D.C. Short Film Festival Celebrates Creativity and Culture

In a city where politics reign supreme and attention spans are limited, a tweet can spark more conversation than a novel, a sound bite can change the course of an... Read more


Trailer Takes: Instant Family, Assassination Nation, and The Oath

Instant Family — Brynn: No doubt this movie will make me laugh and cry—as it was meant to do to bleeding hearts like me, who love a good heartfelt... Read more


Women’s cross country races into the season, men’s cross country slower out of the blocks

Georgetown’s cross country teams kicked off their seasons this weekend, racing at the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational last Friday, Sept. 7. Both teams came in off the gun with... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Trailer Takes: The Other Side of the Wind, First Man, and Slice

The Other Side of the Wind —   Brynne:  The chaos of this trailer seems to reflect the erratic career of J.J. Hannaford (Jake Huston), a fictitious film director... Read more


Deaf Poets Change & Bloom in the Midst of Their Move From Miami to New York

On the title track of Deaf Poets’ newest E.P., Change & Bloom, Sean Wouters repeats the chorus line, “My wasted years trying to change and bloom / My future is... Read more


Critical Voices: Bishop Briggs, Church of Scars

Provocative and resounding, Bishop Briggs’ Church of Scars comes with refreshing verve in every track, as high-energy, magnetic bass lines amplify Briggs’ powerful vocals. The rising indie artist released her... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Georgetown Day

With Georgetown Day just around the corner, it’s hard to believe another year has gone by on the Hilltop. We’ve survived through 365 days of classes, jobs, internships, applications, club... Read more

Digital Issue

Office Hours: Panini Girlfriend

When asked about Panini Girlfriend’s Facebook cover photo, bassist Mike Poletti (COL ‘18) and singer-guitarist Natasha Janfaza (COL ‘18)  burst out laughing. “Oh, so that was a joke that went... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Have Mercy Wants to Make the Best of It But Does Not Know How

Although Have Mercy’s 2017 album is entitled Make the Best of It, it hardly centers around hopeful, uplifting themes that resonate with the idea of “making the best” of a... Read more