Devon O'Dwyer

Devon studied Government in the College, is the Voice's former assistant podcast editor, and a former leisure editor. She spends a lot of time making playlists.


Halftime Leisure

In Defense of The Bachelor

On Jan. 2, the 21st season of The Bachelor premiered on ABC. It’s easy to dismiss The Bachelor as merely trashy reality television, and for sure, there’s a valid criticism... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Untitled Leisure Project: Fantastic Beasts and Where Not To Find Them

On this episode of Untitled Leisure Project, Daniel Varghese sits down with a panel of Voice staffers to discuss, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the newest addition to the extended Harry... Read more

Leisure

Critical Voices: The Hamilton Mixtape

The Hamilton Mixtape, inspired by the soundtrack of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton, features interpretations of the original songs from a series of high profile artists as well as... Read more

Leisure

Best of 2016: Movies

1.) Zootopia Zootopia includes effective humor, impactful themes, and introduces a beautiful, immersive environment to boot. The film follows Judy Hopps’s move to the city of Zootopia where she attempts to... Read more

Leisure

An Irishman, Hip-Hop, and a Folky Soul: James Vincent McMorrow at 9:30 Club

James Vincent McMorrow delivered a performance nothing short of spiritual at the 9:30 Club on Nov. 9. Although the audience did not fill the entire venue, his set was both... Read more

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James Vincent McMorrow: 9:30 Club, Wednesday 11/9

James Vincent McMorrow is an Irish singer-songwriter known for his soulful indie-acoustic sound and delicate vocals. He has released three albums to date, each one building on the previous to... Read more

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Critical Voices: Phantogram, Three

Since their start in 2007, Phantogram has been known for producing dance hits and incorporating unique sampling into their music. Their work has attracted attention from many well known names,... Read more

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The Weird and the Whimsical: Glass Animals at Echostage, 9/25

The British indie rock group Glass Animals performed at Echostage on September 25th. Featuring many tracks from their latest album How to Be a Human Being and a few favorites... Read more

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Critical Voices: Bad Suns, Disappear Here

Following the success of their first album Language & Perspective (2014) featuring hits “Cardiac Arrest” and “Salt,” Bad Suns released their sophomore album, Disappear Here, on September 16. Bad Suns... Read more

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Concert Preview: Glass Animals, 9/25 Echostage

The British indie-rock group Glass Animals released their sophomore album, How to be a Human Being, on August 26th. Following the success of their 2014 debut album ZABA, Glass Animals continues... Read more