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Best of 2018: Television

Best of 2018: Television

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12/30/2018

The Voice‘s “Best Of” section would be incomplete without all the amazing shows and seasons that came out in 2018. When it comes to all the binge-watch-worthy series, Halftime will always deliver. Barry Season 1 Barry finds a pretty perfect balance between dark satire, quirky character comedy, and violent thriller, juggling the three tones with a…

Trailer Takes: <i>Artemis Fowl</i>, <i> Happy Death Day 2U</i>, <i>The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2</i>

Trailer Takes: Artemis Fowl, Happy Death Day 2U, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2

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12/05/2018

Artemis Fowl—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP-fRX_gB6o Dajour: The name Artemis Fowl sounds recognizable; that is the most I can offer about this trailer. Judging from the comments on the trailer, this film is based off a book that I never read. One comment astutely reads “Please don’t Percy Jackson this book,” and it reminded me of how terrible the…

DeGioia hosts 18th annual Thanksgiving Dinner

DeGioia hosts 18th annual Thanksgiving Dinner

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11/30/2018

University President John DeGioia hosted his annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Nov. 21. First held 18 years ago, the event invites undergraduate and graduate students to join the DeGioia family for a free meal featuring all of the traditional Thanksgiving dishes. This year, students were hosted in the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center from 4:30…

Students disappointed by SAMAC update

Students disappointed by SAMAC update

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11/20/2018

Some students feel that the Sexual Assault and Misconduct Advisory Committee (SAMAC) has not made enough concrete progress following an email SAMAC sent to Georgetown faculty, staff, and students on Nov. 2 to provide an update on their investigation into sexual assault on campus. This update comes after students wrote an open letter in August…

Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy

Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy

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09/14/2018

When five Georgetown students learned that Georgetown’s first full-time Title IX coordinator had left her position in June, they demanded answers from the university. The students claimed in an open letter addressed to university administrators that Georgetown had failed to share the update with the student body. Daria Crawford (COL ’20), Avery Moje (COL ’19), Kory Stuer (COL ’19), Andy…

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