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The Weekly List: Hot Girl Bummer

The Weekly List: Hot Girl Bummer

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12/10/2019

Hot Girl Bummer Whether it be the cold weather or finals season, Georgetown is currently in the surviving not thriving stage of the semester. Maybe you want some sympathetic bops to get you through the coming weeks. Maybe you just want to wallow. Either way, this playlist is for you. Here’s seven hot girl bummers….

Harry Styles Finds Himself In “Adore You” Music Video

Harry Styles Finds Himself In “Adore You” Music Video

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12/09/2019

Harry Styles refuses to promote his upcoming album like a normal human being would. Rather than run a typical advertising campaign, Styles instead opted to create a fake tourism website for Eroda, an island that does not exist. People first started noticing the strange website around late November, when Twitter user @TheBrotographer posted a thread…

The Weekly List: The Tea Edition

The Weekly List: The Tea Edition

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11/27/2019

Warning: This is for the drink tea rather than “the tea”; please refer to almost every other part of the Voice for that kind of tea According to Wikipedia, the first evidence of drinking tea is present in medicinal records found in China during the 3rd century CE. The world has been finding new ways…

The Concealed Colors behind “Everything I Wanted”

The Concealed Colors behind “Everything I Wanted”

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11/25/2019

Last November, Vanity Fair published this video comparing two interviews with Billie Eilish conducted one year apart from each other, before and after fame had taken her life by storm. This year, a third addition to this video was promised, and it’s no surprise that Eilish’s fans were getting impatient. Because of what can only…

The Weekly List: The Milk Carton Kids

The Weekly List: The Milk Carton Kids

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10/31/2019

Let’s talk about music phases—those times in your life when your library is just dominated by some specific style or artist, and you just can’t get enough. I can think of plenty of times when I was listening to my “average” library and was suddenly hooked by a couple of tracks. The next thing I…

The Weekly List: The Middle

The Weekly List: The Middle

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10/08/2019

Hello, all! It’s (unfortunately) midterm season, so here’s a playlist of bangers to get you through your study sessions. We’re also in the fall season, which means 2019 is almost over–can you believe we’re approaching the second decade of the twenty-first century? While you work on those assignments and prep for those exams, here are…

Critical Voices: <i>III</i>, The Lumineers

Critical Voices: III, The Lumineers

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10/04/2019

Meditative at times and raw at others, the Lumineers’ minimalistically-titled third studio album III is perhaps the band’s most cohesive narrative in record form. Told in three chapters, III painstakingly crafts a story about family addiction, all the while maintaining their sonic signature. Audiences should expect musical continuity between III and its discographic siblings, but…

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

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10/01/2019

Spotify always seems to have a playlist for everything. Recently, they partnered with astrologist Chani Nicholas to make personalized playlists for all 12 star signs. Halftime writers set out to see if they found their energies captured, their vibes felt, and their auras enhanced through music.  Panna (Capricorn): You probably think the Capricorn playlist is…

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, <i>Mirrorland</i>

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, Mirrorland

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09/17/2019

As Revenge of the Dreamers III topped the Billboard charts over this past summer, Dreamville producers and rappers, EARTHGANG, took their talent back to the studio. On September 6th, EARTHGANG released their third studio album, Mirrorland (2019), effectively asserting themselves as one of the most talented new groups in Atlanta, Georgia. Originally gaining notoriety from…

A Leisurely Stroll Down Memory Lane

A Leisurely Stroll Down Memory Lane

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04/04/2019

For our 50th anniversary issue, we’ve selected a series of quotes from our leisure section in the last decade, some showing the significance of certain cultural moments, others displaying the more questionable snippets of the 2010s entertainment industry. *** Movies: The film industry was praised and criticized for the stories it decided to elevate and…

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