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<i>The Lighthouse</i> Masters Madness

The Lighthouse Masters Madness


Max and Robert Eggers’ film The Lighthouse (2019), although described as a horror movie, is more disturbing than frightful. Set in the nineteenth century, the film features Robert Pattinson as Ephraim Winslow, a former timberman who has taken a four-week job on a small New England island to help maintain its lighthouse. Willem Dafoe plays…

<i>Summer Time:</i> Ride or Die

Summer Time: Ride or Die


Summer Time is a collection of stories about Voice staffers’ experiences over summer break. It’s important to indulge every whim on a trip, whether you’re in your hometown or on another continent. Whenever I notice an interesting street or trail, I make sure not to pass it by. You never know when you’ll find an amazing hike, restaurant,…

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

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Spotify always seems to have a playlist for everything. Recently, they partnered with astrologist Chani Nicholas to make personalized playlists for all 12 star signs. Halftime writers set out to see if they found their energies captured, their vibes felt, and their auras enhanced through music.  Panna (Capricorn): You probably think the Capricorn playlist is…

Mr. Georgetown Preview 2019—Meet the Candidates

Mr. Georgetown Preview 2019—Meet the Candidates

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Scroll through to discover the characters and charismatic personalities ready to take the stage at the Georgetown Program Board’s 2019 Mr. Georgetown pageant. Meet all the candidates representing your favorite clubs as you prepare to purchase tickets to the most anticipated event of the year. Name: Larry Taylor the Third Club: African Society at Georgetown…

The Weekly List: Explore the Cosmos

The Weekly List: Explore the Cosmos


Some good jams from around the world, a sampling by me.  1. “Drôle de Question” by Roméo Elvis With a name like that, Belgian artist Roméo Elvis couldn’t be anything but a bop-machine. It’s incredibly difficult to present only one of his songs, so I must order you to go and listen to more. You…

Melt Performs at Georgetown, Shows Promising Future

Melt Performs at Georgetown, Shows Promising Future


Did you hear? Leavey’s Bulldog Alley is the hottest new concert venue in town. GU Phantoms member Eric Dickstein (C’21) brought his rising band, Melt, to campus on Saturday, April 13th for a free late night show at Bulldog Alley. “It feels incredible,” said Dickstein about performing with Melt at Georgetown for the first time….

<i>Hello Again</i> to Student Musicals and Sex

Hello Again to Student Musicals and Sex


This year’s annual Mask And Bauble Dramatic Society musical, Michael LaChiusa’s Hello Again, traversed ten stories in ten decades (ca. 1900’s to 1990’s). Each story depicted a sexual interaction between two people, one of whom always became part of the next decade’s pair. Although Hello Again can get choppy and awkward at times, director Gabriel…

The Weekly List: Travel By Train

The Weekly List: Travel By Train


Travel by train: The journey calls for an early rising time, dark coffee, and school reading. The long-awaited long weekend presents the ideal opportunity to see my sister and father in New York City. I sit alone, leaning against the glass where the sunlight flickers through the trees, and look up several times thinking that…

BMDT Showcase <i>Jubilation!</i> Preview

BMDT Showcase Jubilation! Preview


Georgetown University’s Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT) will showcase its skillful repertoire in Jubilation!, after more than a semester’s hard work. The showcase will feature choreography by the faculty artistic director Alfreda Davis, three undergraduate company members, and four guest artists. Black Movements Dance Theatre was founded in the ‘80s by African American students on…

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