Halftime is the Voice’s sports and leisure blog.
For as much fun as following college football is, those that can see the forest beyond the trees will point out that the game has become a bit repetitive. The... Read more
Pixar specializes in embedding deep, existential lessons into gorgeously animated masterpieces, and Pete Docter has accomplished just this with Soul (2020). The film conveys a poignant message that all adults... Read more
The Mandalorian gave beloved character “Baby Yoda” a real name, and it’s really not what anyone wanted
Disclaimer: spoilers for all of The Mandalorian’s second season If you’re anything like the rest of The Mandalorian’s fans, you were probably sticking around for the cute creature the titular... Read more
I have been home from Georgetown since March 17. That means I have been home for over 26,000 15-minute increments of time. A lot of them have been spent in... Read more
Scrolling through Netflix looking for a fun, quick show to watch over Thanksgiving break, I came across the Netflix mini-series Mismatched. Based on Sanhya Menon’s bestselling book When Dimple Met... Read more
Happy Thanksgiving and happy Season 4 of The Crown (Hello, Princess Diana)! I hope you took time off from quizzes over Thanksgiving break, but I’m here to give you one... Read more
It’s Christmas in New York City. The lights are magical, the caroling groups sing on every corner, and the streets are somehow not overrun by tourists. You can have the... Read more
After spending over a decade in development hell, it’s hard to think of better timing for the release of The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020), a flawed, overstylized, but... Read more
Anna and Samantha explore the recent TikTok covers of Miley Cyrus. The success of her covers suggests Miley Cyrus has a voice for rock.
Since I’ve come to Georgetown, I have fully embraced that being from Los Angeles is my personality. So when season two of Netflix’s You came out last December, I was... Read more
Emily in Paris is the new Netflix show that we either love to hate or hate to love. The titular character, Emily Cooper, (Lily Collins) is a Chicago native, marketer,... Read more