This Week in the Voice: Why field hockey’s had such a long losing streak
In this week’s feature, assistant sports editor Chris Castano looks into why the field hockey team hasn’t had a winning season in 12 years.
Unlike the University’s renowned basketball program, however, the field hockey team has not had a winning season since 2002, and the lack of resources allocated to the team has created great discontent between players, alumni, and parents related to the team, who decided to mobilize against the University in the fall of 2013.
News reports that the Cairo study abroad program will be indefinitely closed due to safety concerns.
The Leisure section takes a look at the Iranian film festival, which holds free shows every Friday and Sunday through the end of February.
In Sports, Editor Chris Almeida discusses Richard Sherman’s recent post-victory outburst in The Sports Sermon.
In Voices, Sara Ainsworth reflects on the difficulties of being an international student in the U.S. due to American immigration policies.
In Editorials, the Ed Board argues that GUPD should not selectively enforce the free speech code, while the University should also match its rhetoric with its actions.
And finally, Page 13 looks into the difficulties Georgetown students face just two weeks into the semester.