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Groove Theory Showcase

Groove Theory Showcase

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03/26/2015

The McDonough School of Business will be pulsing with a different kind of energy this Friday night. This won’t be because of hyper-eager underclassmen buzzing around Shea Commons  or jittery juniors lamenting their Morgan Stanley summer internship rejection. It will be because Groove Theory is in the house. Like most people in the MSB late…

On the record with Megan Hyson

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03/19/2015

The Voice traveled out to the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy to catch up with Georgetown softball (10-14, 0-0 Big East) and their senior ace and captain Megan Hyson as the team worked with young athletes from around the city. With conference play starting this weekend at home against Villanova (7-11, 0-0 Big East), Hyson shared…

Curtain Call: The diversity of Georgetown’s theater scene

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11/20/2014

Few come to Georgetown for the theater scene. Until recently, the university did not even have a theater major or administrative structures to support acting or set design. In spite of this, Georgetown boasts four active, student-run theater groups. With their unique quirks and history, each campus theater group occupies a niche in the theater community….

The Implications of Chris Davis’ Suspension

The Implications of Chris Davis’ Suspension

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09/15/2014

It’s hard to imagine that players in Major League Baseball could still be getting caught using illegal substances, but here we are, weeks away from the playoffs, and Baltimore Orioles’ power hitter Chris Davis has been busted. Thankfully, he hasn’t been using any kind of illegal steroid, but instead he tested positive for Adderall. As…

Bursting the Georgetown Bubble: The Voice investigates public safety awareness among Georgetown students

Bursting the Georgetown Bubble: The Voice investigates public safety awareness among Georgetown students

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09/11/2014

Maximiliano Astruc (COL ‘16) was walking home from Lauinger just after midnight on an icy Monday morning in January, after spending hours going over stock pitches and poring over different possible scenarios in preparation for a make-or-break interview with Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking division. The last thing on his mind was his personal safety. A…

A Texan Tragedy

A Texan Tragedy

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09/08/2014

When late December rolled around in 2013, the Texas Rangers completed a seven-year, 130 million dollar deal with Shin-Soo Choo that had some commentators calling for high expectations from the squad. This acquisition, in addition to the signing of slugger Prince Fielder, seemed to complete the Rangers’ search for the offensive production that they had…

MLBeat: The Rundown on Rose

MLBeat: The Rundown on Rose

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09/02/2014

25 years is an unfathomably long amount of time to a 20-year old college kid. Trying to understand a period of time that stretches further than all of my minutes on this fine planet of ours is almost impossible.  You can start to grasp just how long 25 years is if you recall that in…

The MLBeat: The Next Replay Saga

The MLBeat: The Next Replay Saga

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04/26/2014

Every baseball fan has at least one particular missed call that sticks in their mind and has no plan on ever leaving. For me it came in game two of the 2005 American League Championship Series between the Los Angeles Angels and the Chicago White Sox. Bottom of the ninth, two outs, game tied at…

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