Graham Piro

Graham Piro is a former editor-in-chief of the Voice. He isn't sure why the rest of the staff let him stick around. Follow him on Twitter @graham_piro.

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Is there a "War to Come" for Game of Thrones?

Spoiler warning: This article discusses events leading up to and including the first episode of season five. This writer has yet to conquer the literary behemoths the show is based... Read more


Student film premieres in the nick of time

It’s quite ironic that Mesbah Uddin (SFS ’16) and his production team have been working furiously for months to bring a story about procrastination to life. 11:59, set to premiere... Read more


Take the “tumble of a turney” to Urinetown

Peeing isn’t exactly a popular topic for the stage. But the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society’s production of Mark Hollmann’s Tony Award-winning Urinetown excitedly tackles this scatalogical issue alongside themes... Read more


Critical Voices: Modest Mouse, Strangers to Ourselves

After seven years of silence, Modest Mouse has finally released its latest offering, Strangers to Ourselves, but considering the disappointment that the release brought with it, perhaps continued silence would... Read more


Blomkamp’s Chappie short circuits on arrival, fails to come to life

Ever since Hal 9000 uttered the immortal words “I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that,” artificial intelligence has been a hot topic for science fiction movies. Chappie, the... Read more

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Season 3 of House of Cards Rises to the Top

Everyone’s favorite murdering, conniving, scheming, lying, and manipulating politician is back! Netflix’s hit series House of Cards released its third season on Friday, February 27th. After two seasons of political... Read more


The Carroll Fellows: Georgetown’s elite academics

“It really causes you to question who you think you are,” Jessica Hickle (SFS ‘18) describes how she believes the Georgetown’s Carroll Fellows Initiative has shaped her time on the... Read more


King Hedley II claims its rightful throne

The presentation of August Wilson’s King Hedley II at the Arena Stage is, much like the play itself, daring. Hedley takes place on one stage with no props—save for the... Read more


Live and Let Learn: The next phase of the living learning community program

“We want to give people the ability to express themselves,” Michael Marino (COL ’15) a student leader of the Renaissance House said. Sitting in a living room adorned with paintings... Read more


To Boldly Go Where No Fan Has Gone Before: In Defense of Fandom

Do you know Captain James T. Kirk’s middle name, Hermione Granger’s birthday, or the name of each actor who’s ever portrayed everyone’s favorite Time Lord on Doctor Who? Can you... Read more