Kenneth Lee

Saxa Politica: Back to Basics about Food

Saxa Politica: Back to Basics about Food

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10/26/2015

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 about the angst many students probably hold about why we only have one dining hall on campus, or why students still can’t use meal…

The Closet Otaku: The Implosion of the Anime Industry

The Closet Otaku: The Implosion of the Anime Industry

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10/26/2015

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 has begun (or rather, began four weeks ago), and the offerings are predictable. More high schoolers doing sports, more high schoolers forming boy band  groups,…

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

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

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10/22/2015

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, gave a lecture in a Healy Hall classroom titled, “What’s Right (and Badly Wrong) with Feminism.” Some students filed along the back wall of the…

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

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

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09/28/2015

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 club, and now, the September elections for GUSA’s Senate. This year, 22 students are vying for the seats that represent the four freshmen dorms. Candidates…

Halftime Brunch Bracket: <i>Castano’s Backyard</i>

Halftime Brunch Bracket: Castano’s Backyard

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09/22/2015

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 ordinary Sunday at Georgetown. After a night of merriment, I (Graham) rose early, and received a text from Kenneth, querying “Are we still on?” and…

The Closet Otaku: The Return of the Beautiful Game

The Closet Otaku: The Return of the Beautiful Game

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09/17/2015

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. Just this past summer, the media narrative about sports seems to have soured considerably. John Oliver took down Sepp Blatter and his seedy gang of…

Papal mass at Catholic U to use cross from Dahlgren Chapel

Papal mass at Catholic U to use cross from Dahlgren Chapel

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09/15/2015

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 on Sept. 23 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The cross, which Fr. G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., rediscovered lying in…

Carrying On: A Crowded Lonely Life

Carrying On: A Crowded Lonely Life

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09/09/2015

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, eager for a climax to their NSO experience. As I weaved through the noisy, sweaty debauchery on my walk to the front door of my…

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