Kevin Huggard

Class of '17. Formerly EIC and writer/editor for mostly sports and opinions. Halftime forever. On twitter as @kevinhuggard.

Halftime Sports

My Dynasty Goes to Museums to See Your Dynasty

Earlier this week, my colleague Graham Piro wrote a piece comparing the relative greatness of two sports franchises – the New York Yankees and New England Patriots. It falls to... Read more

Halftime Sports

The Sports Sermon: Super Bowl Reactions

In this episode of the Sports Sermon, Nick Gavio is joined by Kevin Huggard, Graham Piro, and Parker Houston for a discussion on the Patriots’ miraculous Super Bowl victory and... Read more


Curing the Conference Blues: Men’s Basketball Beats No. 16 Creighton

“It feels good. It feels really, really good.” So said Head Coach John Thompson III after the Georgetown men’s basketball team (11-10, 2-6 Big East) beat No. 16 Creighton (18-3,... Read more


The Sports Sermon: NFL Playoffs

Host Nick Gavio discusses the NFL’s Wild Card round results and previews the Divisional round with Graham Piro, Kevin Huggard, and Jorge DeNeve.


The Phone Booth: Season Preview

Welcome to the first episode of The Phone Booth, a podcast from the Voice covering all things Georgetown basketball. On this episode, host Tyler Pearre talks with Kevin Huggard, Nick Gavio,... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The 250: WALL-E

Welcome to the 250! The 250 is a weekly podcast where Halftime staffers watch a movie on IMDb’s Top 250 list and discuss their thoughts on the work. This week Daniel... Read more


Community, Identity, and Faith: Perspectives on Wearing Hijab at Georgetown

Tasneem Shaikh (COL ’17) wants to become a doctor. To that end, she is pre-med, and is planning for the future with a mixture of excitement and uncertainty that most... Read more


Preferred admissions status among Working Group’s recommendations

On Thursday morning, the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation recommended that Georgetown formally apologize to the descendants of its former slaves and offer those descendants preference in admissions.... Read more


The Voice Summer Reading List

“Dark Matter” by Blake Crouch — Graham Piro Multiverse theories and quantum physics typically make for dry, scholarly writing. In the hands of Blake Crouch, however, these topics make for... Read more


A Political Coming of Age: Finding Lessons in the Time of Trump

This is a strange time in American politics to come of age. But before we get into that, here’s a little about me: I’m from the Boston area. I’m an... Read more