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What Is Love #3: Self Care w/ Corina Lobo

What Is Love #3: Self Care w/ Corina Lobo

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02/28/2020

Welcome back to “What Is Love,” affectionately known as WIL. We invite you to engage more deeply, by listening weekly, following our instagram @wil_podcast, and attending one of our social events. This week, WIL attended BTE’s Blood at the Root (VCT Friday 8p, Saturday 2p & 8p)! Be sure to spread the love, and tell your…

If You Like It, Consider Not Putting a Ring On It

If You Like It, Consider Not Putting a Ring On It

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02/28/2020

Two Voice writers trade takes. This week’s topic: marriage. Paul: Marriage is an institution of fear, not of love. Since its inception, the institution of marriage has been deeply interwoven with social, legal, and financial frameworks, and with the world at large, but not without consequences. As Mervyn Cadwallader wrote in 1966, “It spells the…

What Is Love #2: How to Love

What Is Love #2: How to Love

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02/21/2020

Welcome back to What Is Love, affectionately known as WIL, a podcast and project series rooted in the intellectual exploration of love and empowerment. We invite you to engage more deeply, by listening weekly, following our instagram @wil_podcast, and attending one of our social events. Last week, WIL attended “SONZA & Friends” music concert in…

What is Love #1: Self-Love

What is Love #1: Self-Love

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02/14/2020

Welcome to “What Is Love,” affectionately known as WIL, a podcast and project series rooted in the intellectual exploration of love and empowerment. We invite you to engage more deeply, by listening weekly, following our instagram @wil_podcast, and attending one of our social events. Be sure to spread the love, and tell your friends and family about the WIL Project….

Lessons From Literature: Selfish Love

Lessons From Literature: Selfish Love

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04/01/2016

  “So long as one is happy, one can endure any discipline: it was unhappiness that broke down the habits of work … I became aware that our love was doomed: love had turned into a love affair—with a beginning and an end.” —The End of the Affair, Graham Greene   Graham Greene’s The End…

Love On The Hilltop: In Love With Love

Love On The Hilltop: In Love With Love

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02/13/2015

“I’ve been in love with love, and the idea of something binding us together. You know that love is strong enough.” (The Mowgli’s – San Francisco) I am in love with love. I can’t even count how many times I have fantasized about saying the L-word to someone and have it said back. It’s normal, right?…

Love on the Hilltop: Love at First Lick

Love on the Hilltop: Love at First Lick

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02/10/2015

Mollie’s piece is one in a series of articles titled “Love on the Hilltop,” that will run until Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s a bond with a person, place, or keepsake, these articles highlight the unique relationships of Georgetown students. Stay tuned to Halftime to see what other relationships Hoyas are celebrating this February 14th.

The Weekly List: Love Machine

The Weekly List: Love Machine

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02/09/2015

Everyone’s busy making plans for Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re settling in for a night with a loved one or preparing for a night of sweat and regret with a stranger, these sultry songs should push you in the right direction. “Holiest” by Glass Animals & Tei Shi Released as a teaser for their debut album…

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