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But she also raises questions about class identity and allegiance that exist at the intersection of the monied and the not—an intersection that exists at Georgetown, too.
“Baby” is the latest piece of evidence of her ability to continually innovate and expand her sound.
The dazzling cinematography, wardrobe, and makeup fail to compensate for the show’s confusing plot and lack of a cohesive statement.
After a busy midterm season, everyone deserves a break. Whether you are traveling far or staying local this spring break, you’ll find that these songs are out of this world.... Read more
If you’re looking for an album to accompany you on your respite from the stress of Georgetown academics this spring break, look no further than Weezer’s White Album (2016).
On the morning of February 4, the audience in Beijing’s Capital Indoor Stadium, though limited by COVID-19 capacity restrictions, was rapt. It was the first day of figure skating competition... Read more
TikTok’s latest viral single, however, confronts another kind of broken relationship: the one we have with our own bodies.
Sheeran uses card-related language to make surprisingly sweet and cringe-free puns about his relationship.
Though I have loved “KyManda” together in the past, this season has me questioning how I really feel about their relationship
Jargon aside, it’s clear that 1000 gecs is a delightful smorgasbord of excessive noise, and I am absolutely obsessed.
Want me to guess which Hoya stole your heart and took you out on the big day?
Without further ado, here are the top five Mitski songs that will provide the perfect background music to your holiday-fueled existential spiral.
Take this quiz to find your role in the iconic ‘Five Man Band’ adventure archetype.
Lucy Dacus has done it again on her new single “Kissing Lessons.” By “it” I mean that she has, in her signature style, taken a seemingly mundane moment of the... Read more
A lot of them even evoke some nostalgia for those first few months of quarantine, now that we’ve entered a new version of pandemic-life.