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Best of 2019: Albums

Best of 2019: Albums

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12/06/2019

1. Cuz I Love You – Lizzo On her third studio album, singer/rapper Lizzo finally got her big break—and wow, was it worth the wait. She raps about confidence and female empowerment on “Like A Girl,” “Water Me,” and “Soulmate,” scorns inadequate lovers on “Crybaby” and “Jerome,” and celebrates satisfactory ones on “Cuz I Love…

Best of 2019: Movies

Best of 2019: Movies

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12/06/2019

1. Booksmart Directed by Olivia Wilde, this coming-of-age movie perfectly balances raw, unrequited love with hints of a happily ever after. Molly (Beanie Feldstein) and her best friend Amy (Kaitlyn Devers) want to have one night that epitomizes the “cool” high school experience before they graduate. Throughout their chaotic evening, both Amy and Molly gain…

Sustained Success for Hoyas on the Field and on the Court

Sustained Success for Hoyas on the Field and on the Court

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04/03/2019

Though the athletic brand of Georgetown University has been primarily tied to the men’s basketball team, the past decade has highlighted the excellence of many of the other squads on the Hilltop. The following article chronicles six of the school’s most prominent programs since 2009. *** Men’s Soccer By Tyler Pearre The Georgetown men’s soccer…

The Voice at 50: Can It Really Be Twenty Years? (1989)

The Voice at 50: Can It Really Be Twenty Years? (1989)

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03/04/2019

The Voice published its first issue on March 4, 1969. To celebrate, we’re re-publishing articles about previous anniversaries we’ve found in our archives. In this piece, the Voice’s first editor-in-chief reflects on the founding two decades later.  By Stephen Pisinski for the Voice‘s 20th anniversary *** My initial reaction upon being asked to contribute to The Georgetown Voice’s 20thAnniversary…

The Voice at 50: Reminiscing with a Voice (1979)

The Voice at 50: Reminiscing with a Voice (1979)

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03/04/2019

The Voice published its first issue on March 4, 1969. To celebrate, we’re re-publishing pieces about previous Voice anniversaries we’ve found in our archives. Happy birthday to the Voice! By Charles J.X. Kahwaty for the Voice‘s 10th anniversary Ed Note: The following is an attempt, by one former editor, at a VoiceRetrospective, being an imaginary dialogue between a former…

The Voice at 50: Our First Year (1969)

The Voice at 50: Our First Year (1969)

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03/04/2019

The Voice published its first issue on March 4, 1969. To celebrate, we’re re-publishing articles about previous anniversaries we’ve found in our archives. In this piece, the first editorial board writes a short reflection on the first year of the Voice.  By the Editorial Board for the Voice‘s 3-month anniversary *** The nearly complete academic year 1968-1969 has…

Note from the Editor Jan. 25, 2019

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02/01/2019

We have removed a number of articles from The Georgetown Voice’s website to reflect the dismissal of a contributor from the Voice. Many of the removed articles had portions of writing from sources not cited by the author. All of the author’s work has been taken off the site, and the headlines for the works…

Best of 2018: Albums

Best of 2018: Albums

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12/07/2018

Sweetener – Ariana Grande Ariana Grande has faced unimaginable tragedy and loss in the last two years, and yet, the singer has prevailed as one of the most positive and empowering forces in pop today. While she’s always been known for her distinct soprano and vocal chops, Sweetener marks a turning point for Grande. In…

Best of 2018: Movies

Best of 2018: Movies

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12/07/2018

Black Panther Black Panther is more than just a movie—it is a cultural phenomenon. The film bolsters an incredibly talented and predominantly black cast that breathes new life into the superhero genre. Its setting in the fictional African nation of Wakanda wondrously blends together Afrofuturism and science fiction in a way that forces viewers to…

Best of 2017: Movies

Best of 2017: Movies

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12/01/2017

1. Dunkirk Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic feels like the biggest experimental film ever made. It has minimal dialogue, no character arcs, and three different timeframes. In the hands of a director as accomplished as Nolan, though, the film triumphs. Dunkirk never lets the audience breathe over the course of its relatively brief runtime….

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