Kevin Huggard

My Dynasty Goes to Museums to See Your Dynasty

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 me, as a Massachusetts native, to correct the record. It may seem like a strange comparison, given that one franchises’ successes belong largely to the…

Preferred admissions status among Working Group’s recommendations

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. In an afternoon event at Gaston Hall, President DeGioia and Working Group Chair Fr. David Collins presented the group’s report to the Georgetown community. The…

The <i>Voice</i> Summer Reading List

The Voice Summer Reading List

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“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 gripping fiction. His novel “Dark Matter” tells the story of Jason Dessen, a college professor who wrestled with his decision to give up the pursuit…

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