Olivia Martin

Histories Collide in <i>Mother Road</i> at Arena Stage

Histories Collide in Mother Road at Arena Stage

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02/22/2020

Stretching backstage and out of sight, the road—Mother Road—appears to last forever. It is the context for every event to unfold for the next two and a half hours, and it is immediately striking upon entry to the Fichandler Stage. The play’s program lists the setting as “on the Mother Road between Arvin, California and…

Improvfest 2020: Two Nights of Comedic Talent on Show

Improvfest 2020: Two Nights of Comedic Talent on Show

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02/22/2020

Each year, the Georgetown Improv Association (GIA) hosts Improvfest, a showcase of sorts that brings collegiate improv teams from all around the DMV and country to Bulldog Alley. The event is a two-night engagement, with different improv groups staging their own 20-minute sets before a closing performance from GIA at the end of each night….

On Being A Childhood Reader

On Being A Childhood Reader

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02/18/2020

When students leave for college, they often bring something to remind them of home like a favorite childhood toy, a photo album, or a souvenir from a family vacation. For me, it was half a dozen of my favorite books stuffed into a backpack, ranging from mandatory novels for school to the stories I cherished…

Copley Crypt opens after year-long renovation

Copley Crypt opens after year-long renovation

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11/24/2019

Copley Crypt Chapel opened to students on Monday, Nov. 18 after over a year of closure for renovations. The chapel located directly above it, St. William, also opened.  Since Sept. 2018, renovation work has taken place externally and internally on both Copley Crypt and St. William chapels. According to a university spokesperson, external work addressed…

Georgetown Senior Auditors Head Back to School

Georgetown Senior Auditors Head Back to School

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10/25/2019

Every Monday and Wednesday, Anne Brill ascends the steps of Healy Hall, always making it to Room 106 a few minutes early for her 2 p.m. English class. She just finished reading a novel of over 900 pages, Charles Dickens’s Bleak House, for Monday’s session. Like the rest of her classmates surely do, she feels…

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