Isabel Shepherd

Isabel is a senior in the college studying sociology, English, and art history. She loves trying new hobbies, but she isn’t very good at keeping them.


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The Voice predicts the 2024 Oscars

The Halftime Leisure staff predict the likely winners and declare who the most deserving should be of the 2024 Oscars.

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Shygirl’s Club Shy finds pleasure on the dance floor

The sounds of Club Shy harken back to the early 2000s, a nod to the golden years of quirky, carefree dance music.

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The Weekly List: The 10 Best Places in Georgetown to Pop the Question

We—the Georgetown community’s foremost experts on all things love and romance—compiled a list of the most special proposal spots.

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From childhood friends to musical powerhouses, Faye Webster and Lil Yachty reunite on “Lego Ring”

Webster and Yachty complement each other in novel ways—Yachty’s carefree demeanor brings out an energetic side of Webster we rarely hear.

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The Voice predicts the 2024 Grammys

Ahead of the 2024 Grammys, the Halftime Leisure Staff predict who will take home the awards, along with declaring who should.

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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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Cassandro unmasks the world of lucha libre

Although Cassandro's approach prevents it from reaching its full potential, the film redeems itself as a visually appealing underdog story

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A Case for the Classics: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Ferris Bueller's Day Off continues to appeal to viewers with its poignant reflections on living life to the fullest.

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On UGLY, Slowthai lets it all out

Slowthai’s dogged insistence on finding joy is deeply hopeful, and his commitment to exposing the ugliest parts of himself is undeniably cathartic.

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She Said offers an engaging (if imperfect) look at the story behind the #MeToo Movement

Adapted from the 2019 book of the same name, She Said (2022) doesn’t directly grapple with the impacts of the article that started it all.