Concert preview: GU Jazz Ensemble

Duke Ellington may have first formed his big band 90 years ago, but his sensual melodies and complex, layered compositions still feel fresh alongside his contemporaries of the digital age. Want proof? Come support the Georgetown University Jazz Ensemble in its Fall 2013 Concert tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Gonda Theater. This fall’s show is […]

Photos: Next Wave Jazz Ensemble’s show in the Davis Performing Arts Center

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Career Center renamed after GU alumnus and co-founder of MBNA

Last Saturday, the name of Georgetown’s career center officially changed to the Charles M. Cawley Career Education Center. Who the franc is that, you ask? Well just you wait, dear readers, because you’re about to find out! Cawley (COL ’62) is a longtime (50 years longtime) donor to the University who also funds and supports several […]

Photos: Mask & Bauble’s Macbeth opens on the Gonda stage tonight

The Mask & Bauble Society and the Theatre and Performance Studies program’s joint production of Macbeth opens tonight at 8 p.m. in the Gonda Theatre in the Davis Center. Running from tonight until Sunday this week and Wednesday-Saturday next week, the innovative ensemble show updates the Shakespearian classic with dramatic production values that will keep […]

Photos: The Bi(g) Life premieres tomorrow

Tomorrow, on the Devine Studio Theatre stage in DPAC, Performing Arts majors Jeremy Guyton (COL ’12) and Allie Villarreal (COL ’12) present their senior thesis projects, collectively titled The Bi(g) Life. From the Voice‘s review: “A Wilde man once said, ‘A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that […]

Omnivore’s Dilemma is a quality food for the thought

Based on the Michael Pollan work by the same name, Prof. Natsu Onoda Power’s adaptation of The Omnivore’s Dilemma is a fresh take on a rotten food industry. The two-hour experience–bookended by two on-stage portions and anchored by a middle third of interactive vignettes staged throughout the Davis Performing Arts Center–deftly illustrates issues ranging from […]

This Week In The Voice: You debatin’ at me?

This week in Features, Matthew Decker takes a look at the Philodemic Society “Founded in 1830, with the motto ‘in pursuit of eloquence in defense of liberty,’ the Philodemic Society is Georgetown’s oldest and longest-running student organization and one of the oldest college debate clubs in the country.” News reports on Aramark workers are push to […]

With progress slow but steady, Davis Center Corp café could start construction this summer

At the beginning of this semester, The Hoya reported that the planned Davis Center Corp café, which the Corp had anticipated opening in November 2009 when it announced plans to build it in June, was not only behind schedule but still in the planning stages. Where are they now? Still planning, and not building—but the […]

New Corp café coming to the Davis Center by November

The Corp has recently received project approvals to move forward on their newest venture, a café in the Davis Performing Arts Center, according to Corp CEO Ryan Callahan (SFS ’10). Callahan predicts that the new venue will be open by late October or early November. The new café will serve full meals and is being […]