Chris Dunn

Chris graduated from the SFS in 2019. He is the Voice's former executive opinions editor, and is pretty sure the 2008 Phillies could beat any team in any sport ever.

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Big Problems: How the Sixers Could fix their Struggles at Center

“They need to figure this sh-t out, man,” a clearly upset Nerlens Noel said after the Philadelphia 76ers lost 100-89 to the Lakers on national television. “F–k out of here.”... Read more

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The Sports Sermon: College Football Playoff

Host Nick Gavio talks about the College Football Playoff and Heisman race with Editorial Board Chair Chris Dunn, Assistant Features Editor Jonny Amon, and Sports writer Eamon Coburn.

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College Football Rivalry Week Preview

Rivalry week is always the most electric time in college football, and this year is no exception. With both pride and playoffs on the line, Saturday promises to be a... Read more


History in the Making: Women’s soccer advances to Elite Eight

The final whistle could barely be heard over the sound of the wind at the end of Sunday’s Sweet Sixteen matchup between the No. 2 seed Georgetown women’s soccer team... Read more


Out in the Cold: Homeless in Georgetown

Every Saturday afternoon, Grace Episcopal Church on Wisconsin Avenue hosts a program called Grace’s Table, opening its doors to the neighborhood’s homeless population for a meal and fellowship. On Nov.... Read more


Champs at Last: Georgetown dominates Marquette, wins Big East title

Though the two goal margin had all but given the team victory, the final seconds on Shaw Field were tense as the No. 7 Georgetown women’s soccer team (16-2-2, 6-1-2... Read more

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The Sports Sermon: World Series Reflections

On this week’s Sports Sermon, host Jon Block sits down with Chris Dunn and Graham Piro to look back on an incredible World Series. They discuss the excitement of game... Read more


The Chicago Cubs and the Power of Narrative

It is at times like last night’s World Series Game 7 when sports games best exemplify the gap between the hard reality of life on earth and the otherworldliness they... Read more


Battle of the Bulldogs: Georgetown Advances in Big East Tournament

The  No. 10 Georgetown women’s soccer team (15-2-2, 7-1-2 Big East) needed a statement win to start out their postseason run, and they got one in the form of a... Read more


GSC delivers petition in support of facilities workers

On Sept. 24, members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee (GSC) and a group of university workers held a rally and delivered a petition with over 1,000 signatures in support of... Read more