This Week in the Voice: The best of 2010

Finals are fast approaching, so to aid in our procrastination, Features has the Voice’s top ten movies and albums of 2010. Chris Heller makes the case for the Social Network as the best film to debut this year, while Thaddeus Bell praises Kanye West’s album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

In Sports, Tim Shine looks at the development of center Henry Sims as a key frontcourt player.

News has the latest on the ad campaign that garnered SAFE reform it’s 2,000-vote threshold.

In Leisure, John Sapunor reviews the new indie film Tiny Furniture and deems it awful.

Ed Board deplores GUSA’s actions in the SAFE reform saga.

In Voices, Jeff Sutton warns of the loftiness of expectations for the new Winnie the Pooh movie.

One Comment on “This Week in the Voice: The best of 2010

  1. I’m no longer on main campus but when the last big GUSA reform went down (Assembly to Senate) they tied it to a non-binding referendum on the keg ban. That was probably equally as sketchy in terms of transparency and legitimacy, but far smarter. Good work Twister, Eden, Stoller, and Co.

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