Kayla Hewitt

Kayla is the Voice's podcast editor.

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Afternoon Tea: Season 1, Episode 4

In this episode, Max and Kayla stress over Georgetown’s culture of working and playing less.


Meet the New Guys

 James Akinjo — 6’0” guard James Akinjo is a four-star recruit from Oakland, California, who was ranked 90th in the ESPN top 100 for the class of 2018. Akinjo has... Read more


Afternoon Tea: Season 1, Episode 3

In this episode, Kayla and Max talk club culture, student life, and the end of the world. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Afternoon-Tea-3-11518-5.25-PM.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: RSS


Mid90s mixes reflection with nostalgia

For the first time in Jonah Hill’s long Hollywood career, he has taken a seat behind the camera and created one of A24’s latest coming of age stories, mid90s. The... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Best of Lady Gaga

To celebrate Lady Gaga’s recent critically acclaimed role in A Star is Born (2018), some wonderful Halftime staffers have decided to take a look at the star’s (get it?) long... Read more

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea: Season 1, Episode 2

In this episode, Max and Kayla talk about safe spaces on campus and how they translate to the world outside Georgetown.


Afternoon Tea: Season 1, Episode 1

In this episode, Max and Kayla discuss campus parties and the unspoken decorum that comes with them.


Life Itself is Tragic in More Ways than One

Life Itself. The name alone seems to cue an extended eye roll from the cynical moviegoer. It’s a phrase that beckons notions of half-baked yet self-assured philosophy. The optimists among... Read more


Long Story Short: D.C. Short Film Festival Celebrates Creativity and Culture

In a city where politics reign supreme and attention spans are limited, a tweet can spark more conversation than a novel, a sound bite can change the course of an... Read more


A Simple Favor is a Showcase of Nonsensical Extravagance

Do you ever watch a modern classic comedy like Bridesmaids or Spy and think to yourself, “This is good, but it could really use some more suspense.” No? Of course... Read more