In this episode of Fresh Voices, Julia talks to Hannah Song about her Korean-American identity.
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Assistant Voices Editor Julia Pinney is joined by Dajour Evans to discuss her recent Carrying On piece, “Don’t Forget the Happy Thoughts.” The two touch on the culture in which she was raised at her home in Brooklyn, and how it differs from that of Georgetown. Her piece can be…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Voices Editor Sienna Brancato talks with Assistant Voices Editor Lizz Pankova about her column, “On the Brain.” In her latest article, Lizz writes about the Eric Andre Show and Absurdism, so the two tackle these topics, touching on Albert Camus and the psychology of humor.
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Opinions Editor Sienna Brancato talks with Rebecca Zaritsky about her recent entry to her column, “Open Access.” The article discusses her grandmother’s death, which leads into a conversation about her experiences with the American public health system, her thoughts on assisted suicide, and chronic illness. Rebecca’s column, “Open Access: On…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, the Voices team talks with spoken word poets Egan Barnitt, Timmy Sutton, and Summer Durant. The three guests discuss the inspiration behind their work and their experiences with slams on campus. Watch and read their poems below. Click here for: “How to explain yourself after you’ve used up all of the ways to say…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, assistant Voices editor Julia Pinney talks with Jack Townsend, who wrote “I Promise I’m Not a Luddite” in this week’s issue, on stands now. In the pod, the two delve further into why Jack likes computer science, and how he thinks his two courses of study, government and computer…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Assistant Voices Editor Lizz Pankova and Ava Rosato discuss her piece in the Feb. 16, 2018 issue, What’s in a Diss?. In it, they discuss Ava’s thoughts on humor and self-depreciation, and coming to terms with one’s flaws. Her full print piece can be found here.
In this episode of the Fresh Voices podcast, Julia Pinney talks with Mica Bernhard about her piece in the Feb. 9 issue, Friendship Send Failure. In it, she talks about her experience with friendship in the modern era and as a Sophomore in college. Her article can be found here.