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New Releases // 11.11.11

“Give Me All Your Love” Madonna Untitled Album 3 stars The original Lady Gaga, in anticipation of her still-untitled 12th album, doesn’t disappoint. The upbeat, catchy tune may not be comparable to “Celebration” or “Like A Prayer,” but references to “Lucky Star” will appease older generations as well as dance-happy[Read More…]

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Campus Spotlight // GPB

The Georgetown Program Board, better known as GPB, is a campus-wide, student-directed group dedicated to providing low-cost entertainment to all members of the Georgetown student body. Founded in 1984 under the Office of Student Programs for Georgetown, now the Center for Student Programs,GPB is headed by an executive board of 11 students[Read More…]

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Get Swept Away in New Hoover Biopic

Clint Eastwood is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated actors and directors in the history of modern cinema. His career has spanned over 50 years, and he has contributed to more than 55 films. His masterpieces include his performance in the epic western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and more[Read More…]

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DJ Duo Emerges in Georgetown

DJ Duo Emerges in Georgetown

When asked what they look for in a song, their answer was immediate. “The beat,” Adam Fernandez (MSB ’12), also known by his stage name, Dank, said. Ratchet, or Von’Travis (VT) Crawford (NHS ’12) agreed, as if the words were looped over. The two Georgetown seniors, who met freshman year living on the[Read More…]

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Hot Yoga: A Promising Alternative to Yates

As cold weather forces many students to move their workouts inside, the temperature in the studio at Down Dog Yoga on Potomac Street remains a balmy 95 degrees. Those emerging from the 6 p.m. Thursday class step casually into the cold, reluctant to put their jackets back on.   Owner Patty[Read More…]

by November 9, 2011 0 comments The Guide

How Chinese Students Do Valentine’s Day

30 Chinese students sat before me, waiting with baited breath for my answer.   “My most romantic Valentine’s Day. You guys really want to know?” I asked hesitantly. Many of them eagerly nodded their heads. I stuttered and then gave them a story about a Valentine’s Day I had during[Read More…]

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Even With New Album Out, Wale’s Still Chillin’

Even With New Album Out, Wale’s Still Chillin’

On Attention Deficit, we found Wale still discovering himself, but what he brought to the table was undeniable: a unique flow. Wale’s voice and lyrical delivery have become his most recognizable characteristics. Sure, some of his lyrics are crazy, but Wale’s trademark is his rhythm. In Ambition, Wale has essentially perfected his[Read More…]

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Balancing Culture and Morality

My host father was surprised when I explained where I had gotten the recipe for the French toast I had just made. “Men cook in the United States?” Here in Senegal, men don’t cook. They also don’t clean the house, do the laundry or care for young children. My host[Read More…]

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2011 Grad Teams Up With Brother on Grand Social Networking Success

When Catherine Cook (MSB ’11) entered Georgetown University in the fall of 2007, her prospects were already looking quite bright. Having co-founded the social networking website myYearbook.com with her brother Dave in 2005, she appeared destined for entrepreneurial greatness. Two months after she graduated, in July 2011, success came in a big way[Read More…]

by November 2, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Take It From a Hipster Who’s Not Afraid to Admit It

As much as it pains me to admit, I am accused of being a hipster  pretty frequently. Usually, it’s for things I can understand, like mentioning a band I like that my friends haven’t heard of or walking around campus with my film camera in tow. Sure, you got me[Read More…]

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