This Week in the Voice: The Life of a G.I. Jane Hoya

Screen Shot 2012-09-06 at 10.01.38 AMThis week’s Feature delves into the lives of women in Georgetown’s ROTC program.

““Sometimes I feel like it is a love-hate relationship,” said Chloé Nalbantian (COL ‘15), a cadet in Georgetown’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program. To her, even though the camaraderie and team spirit of the squad is rewarding, the ROTC program is a huge physical and psychological commitment.”

On the Editorial page, the ed board calls for Leo’s to be more efficient with their waste by composting more.

In News, Julia Jester investigates the controversy surrounding the student group Trebizond Investments, who’s slogan is “become the 1%”.

In Sports, Keith Levinsky discusses Georgetown football’s win last week and their upcoming home opener against Wagner.

Julia Lloyd-George reviews Georgetown alum Mike Birbiglia’s (COL ‘00) film Sleepwalk with Me in the Leisure section.

And finally, in Voices, John Sapunor reflects on how coming to Georgetown allowed him to have intellectual independence for the first time.

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