Hailey Wharram

Hailey is a senior from Richmond, Virginia studying English, journalism, and film and media studies in the College of Arts and Sciences. When she isn’t writing for The Voice, she loves songwriting, reading, scrupulously updating her Letterboxd profile, and romanticizing her life one Spotify playlist at a time.


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Ha Vay’s Baby I’m the Wolf is a call to the wild you’re gonna wanna answer

On the eclectic, electrifying Baby I’m The Wolf, lightning does in fact strike the same place twice—actually, make that ten times. 

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Tender but long-winded, The Tortured Poets Department would shine brighter if abridged, not anthologized

TTPD has a fair share of shimmering standouts that have only improved with time. However, the addition of the anthology tracks significantly watered down the record.

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Hoyascope Today: Astrological prediction for Georgetown Day

What's in the stars today? Courtesy of the Halftime Leisure staff, choose your sign for your Georgetown Day horoscope reading.

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Hurricane Diane is a whirlwind of bacchanalia and eco-commentary

To label Hurricane Diane “complex” would be a cataclysmic understatement. 

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Signature Theatre’s Penelope is a poignant examination of unraveling

Penelope is a musical reimagining of mythical proportions.

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Runway ASIA celebrates the diverse styles of the Asian diaspora and raises $1000 for humanitarian relief in Gaza

Runway ASIA is a treasured space for Asian students at Georgetown to celebrate their cultural heritage while making a philanthropic impact.

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Best of 2023: Albums

With 2023 coming to a close, The Voice has compiled a list of our picks for the best albums of the year. Read ahead to find out more

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Folger Theatre’s rendition of The Winter’s Tale is a beautiful blend of bone-chilling drama and sunny optimism

From the thoughtful mise-en-scène to the dynamic, earnest performances, there is an undeniable warmth radiating from this play’s center.

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A Case for the Classics: The Exorcist

By maintaining a tight narrative scope and crafting a bone-chilling atmosphere free of trite gimmicks, The Exorcist is something spectacular.

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Chappell Roan’s The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess is glamorous queer pop bliss

On The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, Chappell Roan is liberated in every sense of the word: unapologetically queer, flirtatious, and joyful.