Kenneth Lee

Halftime Leisure

The Closet Otaku: Give Host Clubs A Chance

How obnoxious is it to return to your apartment and find your roommate sprawled on the sofa, spreading chocolate chip cookie dough all over the floor, and, perhaps worst of... Read more


The Migrant Experience: Reflections from El Paso, Texas

Last week, I went to El Paso, Texas with twelve other Georgetown students on an Alternative Breaks trip. I left without any real expectations, except that it was something vaguely... Read more

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The Closet Otaku: Life Lessons from Anime

What does the word “anime” mean to you? When I first brought up the idea at a Halftime meeting, most of the other benevolent contributors of this blog gave me... Read more

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Thunder Burger vs. Burger Tap & Shake: Burger Week

In the final four matchup of the Halftime 2014 Burger Bracket, Thunder Burger and Bar went head to head with Burger Tap & Shake for the chance to battle for... Read more


If you don’t know, don’t go: Put an end to the party crashing

Growing up outside the U.S. in a protective parental bubble, I wasn’t really exposed to the Mean Girls-esque house rager. I prefer quieter parties, where everybody relaxes in a cozy... Read more


O’Donovan’s on the Waterfront: Hoping for dining changes on campus

  “Leave the cooking and dishes to us—you’ve already got a lot on your plate,” reads one of the many cheerful blue and orange acrylic signs on the tables of... Read more


Where to draw the line: Cultural groups on campus create an atmosphere of exclusion

On a campus commended for attracting students from all corners of the world, it comes as no surprise that Georgetown sustains an assortment of cultural clubs.  At the beginning of... Read more


ResLife to end $25 floor fund collection next year

Resident assistants will no longer be required to collect the $25 in floor funds from students living in on-campus housing starting next academic year. The Office of Residential Living will... Read more


GU launches video service to showcase student life

The University launched Georgetown Everywhere, a new video service featuring Georgetown content for web browsers, smartphones, and Roku TV, on Friday. The service will host student programming, which currently only... Read more


Ryan-Mulledy dorms in design stage

The D.C. Zoning Commission approved the University’s request to utilize the former Jesuit residences Ryan and Mulledy Halls for “residential/campus life/athletic” uses on Jan. 13. The University will renovate the... Read more