“Your Venice Bitch”: Lana Del Rey’s New Single Defiantly Continues Her Narrative

On September 12th,, with little fanfare, Lana Del Rey released her new single “Mariners Apartment Complex”. The song is the first piece she’s released since her album Lust For Life (2017) and brings about a welcome change from some of her past musical eras. This new album cover stands in stark contrast to all of...

Following a Streak of Successful Rom-Coms, Netflix Gets Cocky and Falls Flat with Sierra Burgess is a Loser

WARNING: contains spoilers, sorry!! I’m going to be honest with you, I watched Sierra Burgess is a Loser (2018) purely to see my one true love, Noah Centineo. His performance in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) truly moved me, and so I counted the days until I could see his brooding, yet...

The Weekly List: For When You Can’t Help But Feel A Little Lovesick

Whether you’re infatuated with that cutie you keep on seeing on Lau 3 or feel yourself falling for the international student in your gov discussion section: we’ve all been there. This one goes out to you. Banes World: “You Say I’m in Love” / You say I’m in love. I say I’m a fool. /...

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Critical Voices: Enrique Iglesias, SEX AND LOVE

Critical Voices: Enrique Iglesias, SEX AND LOVE

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03/20/2014

SEX AND LOVE – nope, it’s not that Ethics class you were too nervous to sign up for. It’s just Enrique Iglesias, back at it again. In his latest release, the singer dishes out an interesting mix of tracks, ranging from sweet to sultry to downright sexual. It’s also a medley of collaborative numbers, featuring…

NFL Parity thanks to free agency

NFL Parity thanks to free agency

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03/20/2014

March is typically a month reserved for basketball hype; NBA playoffs loom and the NCAA tournament begins. However, unbeknownst to many people, NFL free agents are trying to find employement. Free agency plays a huge role in preserving the “any given Sunday” parity that seems to exist in the NFL, which is one of the…

Borowitz Repor: Philly looks to the future

Borowitz Repor: Philly looks to the future

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03/20/2014

When the Philadelphia 76ers started the season on a stunning winning streak, the basketball world took notice. Philadelphia began with a remarkable come-from-behind victory over the defending champion Miami Heat, led by a performance from rookie Michael Carter-Williams, who looked like a seasoned veteran for much of the contest. Experts began talking about Philadelphia as…

A Case for the Classics

A Case for the Classics

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03/19/2014

Your “Intro to Philosophy” paper is due in 24 hours—so, you open a new Word document, grab an M&M cookie from Wiseys, plug your headphones into your ears and click the first “Paper Writing” or “Midterm Jams” playlist on Spotify. The gentle notes of Claude Debussy’s “Clair de lune” begin to reverberate through your headphones,…

Musée des Beaux-Arts presents Montreal’s past

Musée des Beaux-Arts presents Montreal’s past

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03/19/2014

When most people think about a college spring break, they imagine sun-soaked beaches, palm trees, and friends clinking Coronas. They don’t usually picture embarking on a road trip to Montreal, Canada with their sister and mother. Though not a typical spring vacation, my family and I explored Montreal for three days last week. Visiting the…

Brazil 2014 Team Preview: Spain

Brazil 2014 Team Preview: Spain

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03/19/2014

As Brazil 2014 fast approaches, Halftime thought it might be prudent to take a look at each of the 32 teams participating in the World Cup and assess possible lineups and chances of winning the tournament. Just to catch your interest in this first installment, we thought we’d preview the defending world and European champions,…

‘She-Hulk #1’ is a perfect balance

‘She-Hulk #1’ is a perfect balance

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03/18/2014

I got to admit, I love She-Hulk. There’s something ridiculously charming about a female hero that not only is comfortable with herself enough to have a sense of humor, but one that has a respectable job on the side. I realize that this may be a strange statement to some, but what one has to…

The Weekly List(en): Chill Out, Dude

The Weekly List(en): Chill Out, Dude

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03/17/2014

Welcome to The Weekly List, a curation of the latest and greatest tracks to hit the interwebs in the past two weeks. Didn’t get a chance to peruse the blogosphere this week? No worries, we went ahead and did it for you. Check out our picks below! Featured by Soundblob last weekend, this first track…

Etched in Stone: The Legacy of Bill Russell

Etched in Stone: The Legacy of Bill Russell

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02/25/2014

As players and fans alike packed into Smoothie King Center for the 2014 NBA all-star game, the festivities paused for just a few moments to celebrate one man’s 80th birthday. At the end of the first quarter, everyone in the stadium, sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to a man whose name is synonymous with the finals’ MVP…

Rise and Fire: Biathlon: the great unknown

Rise and Fire: Biathlon: the great unknown

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02/13/2014

This is a column written for the Georgetown Voice. It can be found on their website here. I can’t ski. My trips down most beginner-level mountains involve more time spent facedown in the snow than time spent actually moving. I also cannot shoot a gun. I blame my suburban lifestyle and dislike of loud noises…


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