Katherine Randolph

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

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10/30/2018

The idea of outspoken, unusual women as “witches” is a concept that can be traced back long before Salem, but I like to associate 21st century witchcraft with more of an unashamed expression of a woman’s identity, rather than black cats and evil spells. This week, I thought I’d play Devil’s Advocate (literally) and introduce…

Stop Telling Me About Einstein

Stop Telling Me About Einstein

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10/26/2018

When people find out that my youngest brother has autism and is nonverbal, they often tell me the same anecdote: “Did you know that Albert Einstein didn’t speak until he was four years old?” This story (which has never been proven to be true) used to give me a flicker of hope. Nearly nine years…

The Weekly List: LGBTQ+ Bangers

The Weekly List: LGBTQ+ Bangers

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10/22/2018

It’s smack dab in the middle of October, and that means taking a break from all of your favorite spooky playlists to celebrate the real holiday this month: LGBTQ+ history month!  Whether you’re queer, straight, or questioning, I wanted to share a few of my favorite songs by queer artists with you. 1. “Moscow” by…

Hoya Hub food pantry opens in Leavey Center

Hoya Hub food pantry opens in Leavey Center

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10/03/2018

GUSA’s Hoya Hub food pantry opened on Oct. 1 in the Leavey Center, kicking off what organizers hope will be a long and effective campaign to fight food insecurity on Georgetown’s campus. The food pantry, located in Leavey 417, will require students to fill out an online form answering basic biographical questions. After giving their…

Critical Voices: Nashville Pussy, <i>Pleased to Eat You</i>

Critical Voices: Nashville Pussy, Pleased to Eat You

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09/28/2018

In the past 20 years, Atlanta-based rock band Nashville Pussy has built a moderate fan base with their Southern rock melodies and lyrics revolving around the classic themes of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. Their latest album, Pleased to Eat You, plays it safe, despite exploring risqué subject matter. Pleased to Eat You sticks closely to…

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