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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

News

Georgetown team develops Bibti, an app to assist in reducing sexual assault

Content warning: This article discusses sexual assault. At the final round of Georgetown’s Bark Tank competition earlier this month, a team led by Emily Owen (GHD ’21) presented Bibti, an... Read more

Podcasts

Casually Georgetown: Episode 2, Nirvana Khan

This week, we met up with Nirvana Khan to learn about her work as a GUSA senator and finding community on campus while simultaneously prioritizing her own well-being. Featuring: Bril... Read more

Performance

Exhausting and evocative, Machinal is a massive triumph for Mask and Bauble

Machinal’s set could hardly be any more simplistic. The floor and the walls are covered in basic black and white geometric shapes, vaguely reminiscent of the lighted windows of a... Read more

Sports

Big East Women’s preview

Player of the Year: guard Paige Bueckers, UConn Freshman of the Year: guard Azzi Fudd, UConn 1. UConn 2021: 28-2 (18-0 Big East) After returning to the Big East in... Read more

Podcasts

Horror Saxa: Episode 1, Bradford Bishop

In Horror Saxa’s pilot episode, Amelia and Brett discuss the murders of the Bishop family in Bethesda, Maryland. It’s obvious that the murderer was Bradford Bishop, the husband and father... Read more

Movies

Halloween Kills is Bloody, Angry, and to the Point 

Content warning: violence In a sea of lifeless reboots, Halloween (2018), directed by David Gordon Green, set itself apart by being a surprisingly tasteful revival of the 1978 Carpenter classic.... Read more

News

Thousands rally and march for reproductive rights in wake of Texas abortion ban

“This is what democracy looks like!” dozens of sign-toting demonstrators shouted as they marched from Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court as part of Washington, D.C.’s fifth annual Women’s March.... Read more

Voices

What the pandemic teaches us about disability and disaster

We will all benefit from a society that ensures the inclusion and security of all people—something that will only come with reforming the way we provide long-term care and the way we see disability

Music

Despite problematic collaborators and history, Kanye West’s Donda is a prayer for hope

Content warning: brief mentions of sexual assault, homophobia, and antisemitism Imagine if you had a dollar for every time you were told Kanye West’s Donda was going to come out... Read more