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The Concealed Colors behind “Everything I Wanted”

The Concealed Colors behind “Everything I Wanted”

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11/25/2019

Last November, Vanity Fair published this video comparing two interviews with Billie Eilish conducted one year apart from each other, before and after fame had taken her life by storm. This year, a third addition to this video was promised, and it’s no surprise that Eilish’s fans were getting impatient. Because of what can only…

The Weekly List: Summertime Sadness

The Weekly List: Summertime Sadness

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06/27/2019

I don’t know about you, but at this point in the summer, I miss Georgetown a lot, it’s been getting to my feelings. I miss my friends, my Henle room, the smell of the trees in the Spring, and just sometimes, the classes. As a student with terrible coping mechanisms, I listen to sad songs…

The Music of Mad Men

The Music of Mad Men

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02/26/2019

You don’t have to admire the philosophy of Don Draper to appreciate the music of his time. Mad Men brought forward the most exquisite of 1960s fashion and interior design, but also some of the time’s most beautiful and sometimes-forgotten anthems.       “You Only Live Twice” by Nancy Sinatra The dramatic strings and…

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

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03/14/2018

The stereotype of Lana Del Rey’s music is that it best fits emo young girls who are trying to be hipster and artsy. Yet, her discography hides many musically and lyrically complex pieces of art. From her oldest album Born to Die, to her most recent, Lust for Life, Del Rey has developed a unique sound…

Sarah Silverman Shines in Controversy

Sarah Silverman Shines in Controversy

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01/24/2018

It’s easy to quickly fall in love with comedians: they make us happy, and they know just what to say and when. In 2018, when it’s hard to make a joke without offending anyone, comedians walk a fragile line. They want to hear us laugh, but we refuse to laugh at topics that make us angry….

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