Annie Gott is a sophomore in the SFS, from Falmouth, ME, who is (probably) majoring in Culture and Politics. When not obsessively listening to Frank Ocean, SZA, or John Mayer, she is involved in Georgetown's Institute of Politics and Public Service, GUMSHOE tutoring, and GU College Democrats, and can also be found jamming out at the front desk of the Sociology Department.
Coming out from the shadows of a hiatus cut short, Fiona Apples and Oranges returns for another year on the hilltop and in the studio. Usher in the beginning of autumn and protect yourself from planetary retrograde with new recommendations from your favorite DJs, Sarah and Ian. Still reading? Listen to our best songs for... […]
Join WGTB on Saturday February 26 to welcome MICHELLE and Sidney Gish for our annual Spring concert. The show will take place in Bulldog Alley (behind the WGTB studio in the Leavey Center) and doors will open at 7 pm. Sidney Gish is a 24 year old musician who began her music career during her... […]
The playlist is called “Honeymoon In Paris” and is a collection of French pop music, primarily from the 1960s. It’s an extremely fun and interesting genre that often goes overlooked. Enjoy! Listen here.