Gustav Honl-Stuenkel

College class of 2020. Culture and music writer and peanut M&M fiend. Minneapolis native.


Beyond the Beats: Reckon with Homophobia in Hip-Hop

For the Voice’s 2017’s end of year list, I wrote about why Migos’ Culture was one of the best albums of the year. Migos, one of the most popular rap... Read more


The National Gallery of Art Contextualizes Jackson Pollock’s Masterpiece “Mural”

One of the most famous artists of the past century, Jackson Pollock has long been a controversial figure for his simultaneously formless and evocative pieces. Pollock’s works are expressions of... Read more


Concert Preview: ODESZA, November 25, The Anthem

ODESZA don’t have any time for a Thanksgiving food coma. After releasing their first project, Summer’s Gone (2012), Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight have been on a breakneck streak through... Read more


Caesar Blends the Classic Story with Modern Technology

Many students only know Shakespeare’s political drama Julius Caesar from their high school English class, and only remember Marc Antony’s infamous opening line to one of the greatest speeches in... Read more


Concert Preview: Flying Lotus in 3D, Nov. 5, Echostage

Since releasing his debut album, 1983, eleven years ago, Flying Lotus (born Steven Ellison) has rocketed to the elite of a very distinct and unorthodox community of musicians, directors, and... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Voice Fashion Week

For this year’s fashion issue, themed The Theater of it All, we have a broad range of tracks looking at some of the most iconic characters and fashionable songs out... Read more


Critical Voices: Kamasi Washington, Harmony of Difference

After releasing his breakout 2015 album, aptly titled The Epic, saxophonist Kamasi Washington was hailed as the future of jazz, as one of few artists who would take the genre... Read more

The Reel Pulpit

Reel Pulpit Episode 2: Seeing Spies

On the second episode of Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro discusses spy movies with Emily Jaster and Gustav Honl-Stuenkel. They make sure to devote a good amount of time to the James... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Hoyas’ Jessie Govan breaks into the rap game as Finesse Jess

Georgetown’s men’s basketball team has more than just a new coach; Jessie Govan, the Hoyas’ junior center, is trying his hand at rap under the name Finesse Jess. Jess has... Read more


Badbadnotgood Concert Review: Definitely Not Bad at the 9:30 Club

On Sunday night, Badbadnotgood solidified their place as one of jazz’s most compelling and entertaining acts. After a dramatic entrance to their rendition of “The Tequila Song” (powered primarily by... Read more