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We need to chat about ChatGPT

If the implications of ChatGPT in an academic environment will be substantial, the implications in greater society will be even more profound. ChatGPT is able to draft lease agreements based on a given location and even code websites, tasks that have previously required significant training. For the vast majority of people, this technology will only make life easier—and less expensive. However, for those who make a living off of these skills, the proliferation of AI could be detrimental.

Podcasts

Post Pitch: Spare

Welcome to the first episode of Post Pitch. Today, Podcasts section editor Jillian Seitz interviews writer Maanasi Chintamani about Prince Harry’s new book Spare, exploring themes and questions that did... Read more

Podcasts

Swift-Talk: Midnights Music Videos

After a winter hiatus, Nadine and Fallon are back! In their third episode, they review the music videos for Anti-Hero and Bejeweled, discussing easter eggs and surprise cameos. Make sure... Read more

Features

#GeorgetownProtectsRacists sit-in demands accountability for hate crime

Students are occupying Healy Hall to demand accountability and justice for LaHannah Giles (COL ’23), the survivor of a racist hate crime on Georgetown Day this year.

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Voice Sportz’ World Cup: All Things USMNT 

The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicked off on Nov. 20 in Qatar. The World Cup comes around every four years and is one of the most highly anticipated events in... Read more

Podcasts

Swift-Talk: The 3am Tracks

Welcome to the 2nd episode of Swift-Talk! Today, the hosts of Swift-Talk go track by track through the 3am edition of Midnights. Make sure to tune in for an analysis... Read more

Voices

What happens when it is not the child who needs to be taken care of?

When you believe that you are solely responsible for someone's well-being, you also worry that your departure will be the sole reason for their deterioration.

Podcasts

Swift-Talk: Midnights is Here!

Welcome to Swift-Talk! Nadine and Fallon go track by track through Taylor’s most recent release Midnights, expressing all of their (many!) feelings about the album. Make sure to follow their... Read more

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This Week in Soccer: Men and Women Clinch Big East Titles

Following shaky starts to the season for two of Georgetown’s premier programs, all appears well in the soccer world as both the men’s (8-4-3, 6-1-1 Big East) and women’s (12-1-5,... Read more

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Still Rolling: WSOC Continues its Win Streak Against Creighton

Coming off a 1-0 win against St. John’s last week, the No. 23 Georgetown women’s soccer team (6-1-3, 2-0-0 Big East) kept up their streak and defeated Creighton (4-2-4, 0-2-0... Read more

Sports

Boo-Yah! Forward Boo Jackson leads the Hoyas to Victory in her First Game Back from Injury

After drawing at University of Maryland (1-0-4) last week, the No. 17/13 Georgetown Hoyas (2-1-3) returned home to take on the Columbia Lions (1-1-1) on Saturday. Right from kickoff, the... Read more

Voices

Georgetown must make pre-os more accessible for marginalized students

We must restructure pre-os to focus on prioritizing the recruitment and admission of students of underrepresented communities at Georgetown

Podcasts

Horror Saxa: Episode 4, Unique Harris

On this episode of Horror Saxa, Brett and Amelia unpack the mysterious, and unsolved, disappearance of Unique Harris. What happened in between the hours of 3 and 8 A.M. on... Read more

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A Swift conversion

The artist, the witch, had snatched yet another innocent yet again, as swiftly as her name.

Voices

I pledge allegiance as a stan: Breaking down Twitter subculture

Just like any other subculture, Stan Twitter has its rules and conventions; allegiances and local personalities; and, most of all, dangers and downsides.

Podcasts

Horror Saxa: Episode 3, Robert Wone

In the latest episode of Horror Saxa, Amelia and Brett discuss the murder of Robert Wone on the night of August 2, 2006. Despite there never being an arrest for... Read more

Podcasts

Horror Saxa: Episode 2, Ruth Snyder

In Horror Saxa’s second episode, Amelia and Brett cover the story of Ruth Snyder, the 1920s murderess who inspired Machinal, a play recently adapted by Georgetown’s own Mask and Bauble.... Read more

Podcasts

First Time Long Time: Opening Ceremony

With the Winter Olympics starting up, host Roman is joined by Leisure Editor Lucy to “preview” the Winter Olympics and rank every sport based on our own personal scale. No analysis, just... Read more

Leisure

West Side Story (2021) is an exceptional remake, despite problematic lead and box office failure

Content warning: This article mentions sexual assault. Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story (2021) provides its audience with one of the most delightful yet devastating movie-going experiences of the year, complete... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Looking back: Madonna’s Ray of Light 24 years later

On February 22, 1998, singer-songwriter Madonna released Ray of Light, her seventh studio album. An introspective, psychedelic, and electronica-influenced album which reflected Madonna’s study of Hindu scripture and conversion to... Read more