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Nobel Peace Prize nominee keynotes inaugural Waging Peace Conference

Nobel Peace Prize nominee keynotes inaugural Waging Peace Conference

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04/17/2018

The Justice and Peace Studies Program (JUPS) and GU Politics hosted the first annual Waging Peace Conference on April 13. The event’s theme was “Meeting the Other,” focusing on promoting nonviolence and condemning hatred and xenophobia. Organizers were moved by recent episodes of racial violence nationwide, specifically noting the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville and…

The Weekly List: Underappreciated Female Rappers!

The Weekly List: Underappreciated Female Rappers!

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04/17/2018

So lowkey as a writer, I’ve never written about any female rappers, after like six articles or something. Which is absurd. There are so many talented women in hip-hop! And it would be a shame to let one or two women stand for the whole spectrum of artists innovating and getting their bags. So here’s…

Tucci’s <i>The Final Portrait</i> is Brooding Yet Boring

Tucci’s The Final Portrait is Brooding Yet Boring

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04/17/2018

Stanley Tucci’s The Final Portrait explores the trope of the tortured artist through its vignette of painter and sculptor, Alberto Giacometti, as he creates one of his last great works. The plot’s repetitiveness prevents the film from fully engaging the viewer, as its seems to stop and start as frequently as Giacometti paints over his…

How Nationals Park Transformed the Riverfront

How Nationals Park Transformed the Riverfront

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04/13/2018

The Capitol Riverfront, the neighborhood encompassing the Washington Navy Yard, the Yards Park, and the riverfront area that stretches to the edge of Southwest D.C., sits along the Anacostia River. The neighborhood is bound on the west by Interstate 395. To the east lies Interstate 695, the construction of which cut off much of the…

Dean Deacon on Diversity of Class of 2022

Dean Deacon on Diversity of Class of 2022

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04/13/2018

The students who opened their Georgetown acceptance letters last week are part of the most diverse group the university has admitted to date. According to Charles Deacon (COL ’64), dean of undergraduate admissions, the prospective class of 2022 had the highest number of minority applicants and admitted students, paired with the lowest total acceptance rate,…

The <I>Voice</I>‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

The Voice‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

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04/11/2018

There may be a Starbucks on every corner in this nation’s capital, but look a little further and you’ll find some true gems of cafés and coffee shops. While some places force a struggle to find seating and others lack the wifi necessary to do work (I found out the hard way at A Baked…

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