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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Greater December

Congratulations, sports fans. You did it. You spent your summer watching training camp footage on Sports Center because of ESPN’s odd desire to force feed the NFL down our throats.... Read more


Big East Preview: The Voice’s Outlook for the Nation’s Toughest Conference

1. Villanova Wildcats Head Coach: Jay Wright (15th Year, 359-152, 10 NCAA Appearances, 1 Final Four) Player to Watch: Senior guard Ryan Arcidiacono The local senior from Langhorne, Pa. will... Read more

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My Completely Unobjective Guide to the World Series

Anyone who has been following what I write here (read: my mom and her Facebook friends) can probably guess that I am none too happy with how this year’s fall... Read more


Down(ey) Goes Seton Hall: Downey’s hat trick helps women’s soccer sink Pirates 4-0

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (10-5-1, 5-1-1 Big East) clinched an appearance at the Big East tournament Thursday, when they dominated the Seton Hall Pirates (2-12-2, 1-6-0 Big East) 4-0.... Read more


Four No-Scores And Nine Games Ago: Men’s soccer downs Marquette 3-0, extends undefeated streak to nine

The Georgetown men’s soccer team (8-2-2, 4-0-0 Big East) stayed perfect in conference play by shutting out the Marquette Golden Eagles (5-5-2, 1-2-1 Big East) 3-0 on Wednesday afternoon at... Read more


Calming the Storm: Quick start helps women’s soccer down St. John’s

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (8-4-0, 3-0-0 Big East) handed St. John’s (11-2-0, 3-1-0 Big East) its first Big East loss Thursday afternoon. “Score early and score often” seemed to... Read more


Plea Flicker: Serving Justice to the NFL’s Early Season Culprits

September was an interesting month for our nation and world. The pope visited, the Speaker of the House decided to step down, and heartbreaking stories of the European refugees were... Read more


Pete Rose Should Definitely be in the Hall of Fame, Probably

On Thursday, September 24, MLB’s all-time hits leader, Pete Rose, met with commissioner Rob Manfred to discuss Rose’s reinstatement into MLB. In August 1989, he was banned for life from baseball,... Read more


I’m Hopping on the Blue Jays Bandwagon and You Should Too

I first realized that my Philadelphia Phillies would not be making the playoffs this year on April 6th, Opening Day, when I skipped school and watched them lose 8-0 to... Read more