Kenneth Lee


Georgetown community reacts to student sit-in and decision to change Mulledy Hall’s name

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni at Georgetown have reacted on social media to the demonstration of solidarity and the sit-in at President John J. DeGioia’s office that began on Friday... Read more


Saxa Politica: Checking the Privilege of International Students

When I tell other people that I am an international student, what vague group are others unconsciously associating me with? Do I join the ranks of the few foreign celebrities... Read more


Saxa Politica: Back to Basics about Food

Georgetown Dining’s contract is due for renewal in just over a year, and a holistic conversation about making deep changes to the institutions of on-campus dining is long overdue. I’ve... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Closet Otaku: The Implosion of the Anime Industry

Judging from the flood of yellow leaves that have descended upon my backyard (if that is even a valid description of the change in seasons), the fall 2015 anime season... Read more


Safe Spaces or Echo Chambers? Understanding the Discourse Surrounding Georgetown’s Political Climate

On April 16, 2015, at the invitation of the Georgetown University College Republicans (GUCR), Christina Hoff Sommers, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute studying feminism and American culture,... Read more


Saxa Politica: Electoral Apathy and GUSA’s Club-like Culture

Each year, every freshman undergoes an uniquely overwhelming baptism of fire: the nail-biting Marino Writer’s workshop during NSO, the awkward business-casual interview with the president and secretary of some self-important... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Halftime Brunch Bracket: Castano’s Backyard

For those of you who have been following Halftime’s Brunch Bracket, you’ve probably been wondering, what is Castano’s Backyard?   Well, so were we. We had to go. It was an... Read more


The Closet Otaku: The Return of the Beautiful Game

I am not really qualified to write about sports. Nor do I read a lot about sports, either, but evidently reading about sports these days does not make anyone happy.... Read more


Papal mass at Catholic U to use cross from Dahlgren Chapel

The Archdiocese of Washington has borrowed an iron cross from Dahlgren Chapel to feature during the Mass of the Canonization of Junipero Serra over which  Pope Francis is to preside... Read more


Carrying On: A Crowded Lonely Life

As I stepped out of the taxi from Reagan National Airport and into my third year of college, I was greeted by waves of freshmen in their Sunday night’s best,... Read more