This Week in the Voice: Watch that scene, diggin’ the dancing queen

This Week in the Voice Jan 31In this week’s Feature, Julia Tanaka examines the culture and struggles of Georgetown’s various dance teams:

Georgetown has a small but well-established dance community that ranges from the classical and modern ballet style of the Georgetown University Dance Company to the hip hop rhythm of Groove Theory. […] But, despite their connections to the administration, many groups still struggle to find adequate practice space. While the dance community doesn’t receive the same publicity as other student groups, such as the International Relations Club, Georgetown dancers feel support from other students, particularly other dancers.

In News, Ryan Greene brings you the full details on Jack’s Boathouse’s pending legal action against the National Park Service.

Claire Zeng reports on WMATA’s proposal to bring a Metro tunnel through Georgetown and gauges reactions from the ANC.

For Sports, Keith Levinsky has the recap of Georgetown’s win over Seton Hall last night.

The Leisure section has Dayana Morales Gomez‘s  review of Nam June Paik: Global Visionary at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Page 13 investigates the secret lives of the members of the credit union, which includes making loans to Nicolas Cage and lobbying GUSA for money.

In Voices, Leigh Finnegan considers how privileged Georgetown students are just to be able to take prestigious, unpaid internships during the summer instead of working like she did.

Finally, on the Editorial Page, the Ed Board condemns the MPD for their alleged skepticism and victim-blaming when it comes to reporting on causes of sexual assault.

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