This week in the Voice: 2011’s top ten in film and music
In this week’s feature, Voice staffers pick the top ten movies and albums of 2011. Leigh Finnegan explains why Drive was the best film of the year (and it’s not just because of Ryan Gosling), while Kirill Makarenko celebrates the “the growing instrumental virtuosity of Fleet Foxes” that made Helplessness Blues this year’s best album.
In Editorials, the Ed Board says the arrest of Derrik Sweeney shouldn’t deter Hoyas from making their study abroad experiences more meaningful by participating in legitimate political protests overseas.
On Page 13, Oh no! The neighbors have stolen something precious from Hoya-ville! “But as they kept listening something magical occurred, their cold hearts turned warm as the Hoya voices were heard!”