Chris Castano

The man in the mirror: Feeling the pressures of adulthood

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10/08/2014

Attention Georgetown students and faculty: I don’t like the way I look. Crazy, groundbreaking, and all-around unheard of, I’m sure, but bear with me. Ragging on one’s own physical appearance is practically a human pastime at this point, but it’s time I said my piece. Thankfully, I feel like I’m touching on an aspect that…

The Sports Sermon: Serie A isn’t dead

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10/02/2014

Over the past year I’ve read piece after piece on the world’s most prominent footballing websites condemning my favorite league, the Italian Serie A, to league-ranking hell. While it’s hard to argue against a visible decline in perceived quality, loss of  talent and money has actually helped the Italians avoid some pitfalls currently affecting other…

The Sports Sermon: Nipping it in the bud

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09/25/2014

These days, you can’t so much as look at the homepage of a major sporting news outlet without seeing Johnny “Football” Manziel’s name somewhere in the headlines. Between tearing it up at Texas A&M, tearing it up in Las Vegas, and nearly tearing up any hope he has of getting respect in the NFL, people…

The Sports Sermon: The case for dance

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09/18/2014

If you’re a sports fan, and you happen to be friends with dance enthusiasts, I promise you, at some point, you’ll be out to dinner and someone will turn to you and say, “So, why don’t you think dance is a sport?” Fun fact: unless your answer expounds on how competitive dance is underrated and…

Balotelli’s Second Chance

Balotelli’s Second Chance

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09/01/2014

If you’re a fan of football in any way, shape, or form, then you’ve no doubt heard that magic Mario Balotelli moved his way on over to Merseyside last week. The mercurial mad man originally of Manchester City has made his triumphant return to the EPL after a relatively underwhelming spell playing for my favorite…

The Sports Sermon: Tim Howard Takes a Break

The Sports Sermon: Tim Howard Takes a Break

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08/29/2014

If the U.S. soccer team were a living room, goalkeeper Tim Howard, on the squad since 2007, would be a couch— but not like the beer-soaked couch that’s travelled with you since back in the day. He’s more like a fine leather sectional , both sturdy and stylish, something that’s on every homeowner’s wish list….

The Sports Sermon: Tim Howard takes a break

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08/28/2014

If the U.S. soccer team were a living room, goalkeeper Tim Howard, on the squad since 2007, would be a couch— but not like the beer-soaked couch that’s travelled with you since back in the day. He’s more like a fine leather sectional , both sturdy and stylish, something that’s on every homeowner’s wish list….

Neon Trees: Burning Bright ’till the End

Neon Trees: Burning Bright ’till the End

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07/15/2014

Like their name suggests, everything about a Neon Trees concert is dazzlingly bright. From lead singer Tyler Glenn’s glittery boots to Branden Campbell’s rhinestone studded bass guitar, there’s no shortage of onstage flash. What’s even more impressive is the band members have the energy to match, playing like it’s their first or last live show…

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