Caitlin Mannering

Caitlin studied Biology of Global Health and minored in English in the College. She is a former washed-up Leisure editor. It's unfortunate that her biology major will in no way relate to her dream job of working on Game of Thrones.

The Reel Pulpit

The Reel Pulpit: A Star is Born

In this episode, Leisure writers Dajour Evans, Katie Randolph, Amy Guay, and Caitlin Mannering discuss the film A Star Is Born. They talk Oscar prospects, hot takes, and Georgetown alum Bradley Cooper.... Read more


On the Edge of Desolation, Wildlife’s Characters Ache to Flee

Paul Dano’s directorial debut, Wildlife, takes place in small- town Montana, where forest fires rage in the mountains to the north. The inferno’s smoke appears almost painterly against the blue... Read more

Taste Test

Taste Test: Trader Joe’s

In this episode of Taste Test, Devon O’Dwyer, Claire Goldberg, Caitlin Mannering, and Amy Guay taste and rank an assortment of Trader Joe’s fall items.


Concert Preview: Denzel Curry, Oct. 11, The Fillmore Silver Spring

On Thursday, Oct. 11, The Fillmore Silver Spring will host 23-year-old South Florida rapper Denzel Curry. A pioneer of the genre of SoundCloud rap (different from rap music posted on... Read more


The Voice Predicts the 2018 Oscars

Best Picture by Dajour Evans Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has had a successful awards season so far. From snagging the Golden Globe for Best Drama to receiving Best Film at the... Read more


La Dolce Estate: Call Me by Your Name Captures Fleeting Love

There is a scene in Call Me by Your Name when Elio’s father, an archeologist dredging up Hellenistic-era statues from the sea, flips through slides of recent findings. One character... Read more


Conner Youngblood on Finding Inspiration and Navigating the Music Industry

Texas-native Conner Youngblood first started playing clarinet in his middle school band at the age of 12, but can now play anywhere from 15-20 different instruments. At 27 years old,... Read more


The Voice‘s Summer Reading List

Ariel Levy’s The Rules Do Not Apply In 2012, Ariel Levy, a New Yorker staff writer since 2008 and author of Female Chauvinist Pigs, had it all: a wife, a successful... Read more


Despite Strong Lead, Patti Cake$ is Nothing New

Fluorescent green light cuts through billowing smoke as producer O-Z (Sahr Ngaujah) introduces Patti (Danielle MacDonald) — Killa P — onstage. The crowd roars with approval as Patti ambles onstage.... Read more

Halftime Leisure

What Is Pod May Never Die: Bye Forever

In the final episode of What is Pod May Never Die for potentially two years (gasp!), Jon Block and Caitlin Mannering discuss the season 7 finale and recap the entire... Read more