Chris Heller checks in with the gentrifying Atlas District in Northeast in this week’s Feature. Nearly three years after the Voice first profiled the neighborhood, the area has established itself as one of premier nightlife spots in D.C. But with daytime business still lagging, crime still an issue, the nearest Metro stop still over a mile away, the Atlas District has plenty of challenges to confront.
With spring pre-registration around the corner, the Editorial Board called out the Registrar’s Office for posting class schedules only a week before pre-registration starts.
Galen Weber explores why veterans at Georgetown receive far fewer educational benefits than they do at other universities in News.
In Sports, Tim Shine looks at just how “hungry” our basketball team is after last season’s disappointments.
Leisure reviews the two student theater masterpieces debuting this week: Shira Hect tackles Mask and Bauble’s presentation of No Exit while Swedian Lie takes on the theater department’s interpretation of Six Characters in Search of an Author.
Dan Newman declares the Space Race over and done with in Voices.