In this week’s Feature story, Chris Heller takes a look at the growing LGBTQ community at Georgetown, where more students are out now than ever before. Heller looks at the effects—both positive and divisive—that groups like GU Pride have on the shape of the LGBTQ community, and the outsider feeling that sometimes comes with being out at Georgetown.
Meanwhile, the Voice Ed Board doubles down and published a long editorial about GUSA’s proposed changes to the funding process at Georgetown. In sum, we’re big fans of abolishing the Funding Board.
News has more on GUSA executives Calen Angert and Jason Kluger’s reelection agenda.
Sports has post-game coverage of the Hoyas’ loss to USF.
Leisure reviews Don DeLillo’s newest novel. The verdict? “The novella is laced with conversations that focus on the depth of knowledge and it’s relation to time. Every other page has the chance for dialogue that incites the mix of simultaneous bewilderment and complex enlightenment that only DeLillo knows how to provoke so well.”
And in Voices, a student recounts the truly terrifying experience of being awake but paralyzed on an operating table for hours.