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Deep House Disappointment

On Tuesday, British DJ Pete Tong, known for his work with BBC Radio 1’s dance programming as the host of the “Essential Mix,” performed at Soundcheck Nightclub. Located on K Street, Soundcheck is a small venue operated by the owners of Echostage. Tong is the host of one of the[Read More…]

by September 30, 2016 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, Features, The Guide

Labor Rights: A Consumer Issue

As I sit in the back of my macroeconomics class, I behold a sea of illuminated laptop screens. Each screen has the same image: rows and rows of clothes. I see my classmates mindlessly clicking and dragging each item of clothing into the electronic shopping basket. It is hard not[Read More…]

by April 26, 2016 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
Vanessa Chapoy (COL ’18) and Daniel Frumento (COL ’18) in Mask and Bauble’s “Into the Woods.”

All the World’s a Stage

With a number of dynamic and moving performances that are sure to evoke the deepest of emotions, performing arts groups at Georgetown are showcasing some of their best this week. From Mask and Bauble’s fantasy musical “Into The Woods” to the Rev. Khristi Adams’ enlightening “God and Country” to the[Read More…]

Album: ‘Stop Everything’

Album: ‘Stop Everything’

★★★★☆ To R&B singer Daniel Breland (MSB ’17), music serves much more than its artistic purpose; it has the ability to make powerful statements about society. In his latest EP, “Stop Everything,” which was released on Dec. 14 on Soundcloud, Breland grapples with contemporary issues in a passionate yet engaging[Read More…]


Gaston Hall hosted a screening of “Free to Rock” this Tuesday, featuring a panel discussion on how rock ‘n’ roll shaped the Cold War-era USSR.

Battle of the Bands

At 7:30 p.m., a motley crew of around 200 filled Gaston Hall on Tuesday. At first glance, it seemed a typical lecture event, except for the fact that students were sitting next to faculty members, rock stars and the occasional diplomat. The group gathered to witness the premiere of “Free[Read More…]

Malala Yousafzai became a household name after being shot for speaking out against educational limits for Pakistani women.

Movie Review: ‘He Named Me Malala’

★★★★☆ Malala Yousafzai, or simply Malala, is a name many of us know. The 16-year-old was shot by the Taliban in 2012 while boarding a school bus because of her outspoken criticism of the limited education for women in her native Pakistan. Yousafzai has since been named the youngest-ever recipient[Read More…]