In this week’s feature, Julia Jester delves into the world of GERMS, relaying a night spent with the on-duty GERMS crew members, and discusses the benefits the organization bring to the students who participate and the University.
“GERMS as an organization, and all of its members, are widely respected for the services that they provide to the University Community. I don’t even think they always realize that there are people in the University Administration as well as in the Department of Health, the DC City government, and DC Fire/EMS who all have great respect for what the GERMS are doing,” said GERMS medical director Dr. Kori Hudson. “These officials often can’t believe that such a well-run organization is entirely managed by its student members. It makes me proud to be a part of what they are doing.”
On the Editorial page, the editorial board argues that the Student Code of Conduct should not apply to students who live off campus.
On the Sports page, Voice Managing Editor Keaton Hoffman covers Georgetown volleyball’s recent defeat of DePaul.
Finally, Tony and Corinne are back this week with the sixth installment of 50 Shades of Blue and Gray on the back page!