Isabel Lord

GSC holds mock celebration on Nike issue

GSC holds mock celebration on Nike issue

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11/03/2016

Gathered outside the empty office of President John DeGioia this past Friday, a group of around 50 students, athletes, and prospective parents sang as they demanded for Georgetown to cut its ties with Nike. “For he’s a jolly good fellow, for he’s a jolly good fellow,– who cares about workers’ rights!” they sang. The event,…

The Plight of An American Daughter

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10/29/2016

An American Daughter, produced by the Black Theater Ensemble and the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society, is a play without a Hollywood ending. In fact, it’s a play that leaves you frustrated – frustrated with the characters, frustrated with society, frustrated with politics – and unfulfilled. And that’s exactly how the playwrights want you to…

An Afternoon at Grace Street Market

An Afternoon at Grace Street Market

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10/17/2016

Tucked away off Wisconsin Avenue, and sharing a street with Dog Tag Bakery and Chaia, Grace Street Market brings some much-needed “hipster” flair to Georgetown’s food scene. At just over three weeks old, this “fancy food court” is home to Grace Street Coffee Roasters, a South Block juicery, and a SUNdeVICH sandwich shop, each of…

Meal exchange program causes back ups in Hoya Court

Meal exchange program causes back ups in Hoya Court

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09/25/2016

After the expansion of the meal swipe exchange program this semester, restaurants in Hoya Court and the North Gallery of the Leavey Center are experiencing unpredictable long lines and longer wait times from the the heavy inflow of students trying to use meal swipes. The new meal exchange plan, announced in an email from Joelle…

The 2016 Emmys Highlight Television’s Impact

The 2016 Emmys Highlight Television’s Impact

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09/21/2016

I’m going to make a case for the Emmys. This year, they plateaued; those who spoke tried to be bold, but few succeeded. The host, Jimmy Kimmel (who also hosted in 2011), made me laugh and around ⅓ of the acceptance speeches made me cry —  same as last year. There were political jokes that…

Don’t Go in the Woods, <i>Blair Witch</i> Completes the Horror Legacy

Don’t Go in the Woods, Blair Witch Completes the Horror Legacy

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09/20/2016

The foundation for The Blair Witch Project sequel, Blair Witch, is simple: James (James Allen McCune), his best friend Peter (Brandon Scott), and Peter’s girlfriend Ashley (Corbin Reid) venture back into Maryland’s Black Hills forest to try to find his sister Heather (The Blair Witch Project’s Heather Donahue) 20 years after her disappearance. They’re documented…

Escape Artist DC: An Amateur Sleuth’s Dream

Escape Artist DC: An Amateur Sleuth’s Dream

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02/09/2016

The door locks behind you. You and your friends look at each other, confusion in your eyes, unsure of where to begin. Welcome to Escape Artist DC. This past Friday, three friends and I wandered around Capitol Hill. It was nearing 9pm, cold, and we were lost looking for what turned out to be an…

<i>The Boy</i>: Clichéd, Innovative, Or Both?

The Boy: Clichéd, Innovative, Or Both?

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02/02/2016

Toeing a fine line between cliché and innovation, director William Brent Bell’s newest horror movie, The Boy, gets audiences screaming as it spins the tale of a doll replacing the lost son, Brahms, of an elderly couple living in the English countryside. Starring Lauren Cohan of the Walking Dead, The Boy at first appears to…

Masseria—A Drop in the Glass for Pricey Italian Restaurants

Masseria—A Drop in the Glass for Pricey Italian Restaurants

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10/28/2015

Saturday, 6:30 p.m. The cold doesn’t stop us from accepting a table on Masseria’s patio, under a heat lamp’s shelter. It was the latest we could make our reservation for three, and as the night progressed and the fireplace-centered couches and bar stools filled with customers from the (much smaller) indoor seating area, we saw…

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