Brynn Furey

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


Caught in the storm: Women’s basketball falls short of victory against St. John’s

Although the Georgetown women’s basketball team (11-13, 6-8 Big East) started this weekend strong with a win against Seton Hall (15-10, 7-7 Big East), they were unable to walk away... Read more


Weekly List: A History of Halftime

On Sunday Feb. 4, the Philadelphia Eagles will play the New England Patriots at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota in the 52nd Super Bowl game. Justin Timberlake is scheduled... Read more


Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Sovereignty Teaches What You Should Have Learned in American History Class

Cue the opening scene of Georgetown alumnus Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Sovereignty: A drunken white man wearing a “Make America Great Again” shirt stumbles into a Casino and hurls racial slurs... Read more


Charlie Visconage’s “Cool Guy Alert!”: Cartoon Politics, Colorful Pop Stars, and Other Cool Guy Things

Front and center in the second room of Charlie Visconage’s exhibit—“Cool Guy Alert!”—is a 40×30 inch acrylic painting of a man’s face. His blue hair is dishevelled, his red lips... Read more


Weekly List: The Turkey Drop

In a tale as old as time, high school sweethearts all over the country decide to brave the storm of a long distance relationship and stay together while they are... Read more


Critical Voices: Taylor Swift, reputation

Long gone is the sweet country girl who played acoustics about finding a place in this world while crying teardrops on her guitar. In her place is a confident woman... Read more


Critical Voices: Alvvays, Antisocialites

After spending most of her time on tour for the last few years, Molly Rankin, frontwoman of indie band Alvvays, decided to escape to Toronto Island. There, she found inspiration... Read more


Peter Frampton and Steve Miller Band Made the Crowd “Dance, Dance, Dance” All Night Long at Merriweather Post Pavilion

The crowd ranged from sixty-something year old queens dancing without a care in the world to edgy teenagers who felt like they should have been born in the ‘60s; it varied... Read more


Concert Preview: Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton, June 23, Merriweather Post Pavilion

Some people call him the space cowboy, some people call him the gangster of love, and some people might call Steve Miller – a man who is 73 years old... Read more


Concert Preview: Luke Bryan, June 25, Merriweather Post Pavilion

Luke Bryan is uniting fans to celebrate “the prayer that a country boy prays” on his fifth headline tour, the Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour. He kicked the... Read more