Tina Solki

Tina’s day job is being the Design Editor for The Georgetown Voice. She moonlights as a sophomore in the SFS, studying Business and Global Affairs and minoring in Spanish and Persian. She’s known to enjoy over-soaked rice, walks in the sun, and the Toronto Raptors.

Halftime Leisure

A broken record: Will the Grammys ever “get it right”?

Ascribing the Grammys’s failures to institutional issues fails to recognize the collective Academy's role in excluding of artists of color.


21 Savage’s american dream is all bark and no bite

The album’s SHEIN-esque veneer of substance frays on the barest inspection, revealing a teetering foundation of gimmicks and genre clichés.