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Minimalism in the Modern World

Minimalism in the Modern World

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02/24/2015

The last few decades have witnessed the development of a profoundly influential philosophical movement that is tantamount to perceptions of the modern world, but was conceived over a hundred years ago. It has its roots in primitivism, but now reaches into canopy of culture. Although the term “Minimalism“ was first used in 1913 to describe…

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

By: and
02/17/2015

While at first poorly received by NBC, the portrayal of six young friends trying to make it in the big city managed to climb to the top of the ratings throughout the 90s and early 2000s. Even after twenty years, reruns of Friends play on numerous channels in the US and have gained international recognition….

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

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02/13/2015

Millions of people across the country watch the Super Bowl halftime show every year, and Katy Perry’s recent one was no exception. However, once you got past the robot lion, elaborate costumes, and left shark, the performance was really just a woman singing over computerized beats. That description sounds more critical than I mean it…

Welcome to Halftime

Welcome to Halftime

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03/25/2014

From left to right, Daniel Varghese (Senior Leisure Editor), Chris Castano (Senior Sports Editor), Chris Almeida (Editor-in-Chief) Hey there, thanks for visiting. This wonderful section of the internet is Halftime, a part of The Georgetown Voice, Georgetown University’s weekly newsmagazine. I’m Chris. I’m the editor-in-chief here at Halftime. In my spare time, I edit the sports section of…

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