The print edition of the Georgetown Voice is back in action. Welcome back, Hoyas!
This week's feature examines what it's like to be a member of eight groups of students on campus: Hipster, future politician, Philodemician, CSJ hero, Hoya blue, hip-hop dancer, international student, and theater nerd. Although our list is by no means exhaustive, it delves into some of the humorous aspects of student life at Georgetown. Keaton Hoffman writes: "As Hoya Blue has figured out, nothing brings Hoyas together like a basketball game—except maybe a game of survivor flip cup."
On the editorial page, the Editorial Board encourages DPS's incoming police chief Jay Gruber to focus DPS's resources on preventing violent and property crime instead of breaking up parties. For his part, Gruber said in news that while breaking up parties is sometimes necessary, “we don’t like doing that, we would rather be doing other things,” Matt Weinmann reported.
In Leisure, Julia Lloyd-George reviews Celeste and Jesse Forever, starring Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg, about a married couple who tries to stay being both best friends and roommates after their divorce.
This week's Page 13 brings you everything that's changed at Georgetown while you were gone: To get more beds on campus, Lau now holds 224 beds and "impromptu parties" have collapsed Village A.