This Week in the Voice: The graduate journey from O St. to Wall St.

Screen Shot 2014-02-13 at 8.18.49 amIn this week’s feature, assistant Vox editor Ryan Greene investigates why financial services and consulting have become the top careers of choice for Georgetown graduates:

There are several ways the University as an institution also promotes a business-oriented culture, especially with regards to resources and events put together for job-seekers.

Georgetown’s career education center, for instance, prides itself on preparing students for these careers and, in particular, engages finance and consulting firm recruiters to help Georgetown applicants receive job offers.

News gives a preliminary overview of the four campaigns in this year’s GUSA presidential elections.

Leisure reviews Robocop, a modern adaptation of the 1987 classic film, and finds a few surprises.

With the retirement of Michael PhelpsSports wonders where the American sports icon of our generation is.

The Editorial Board praises the University’s addition to the Student Code of Conduct of an official alcohol amnesty policy, which will allow students to report sexual assault without facing repercussions for violating the University’s alcohol policy.

Page 13 looks at some of this year’s top GUSA campaign slogans.

Finally, Julia Tanaka asks in Voices whether your heart is deserving of anything at all this Valentine’s Day.

2 Comments on “This Week in the Voice: The graduate journey from O St. to Wall St.

  1. Um, “with facing repercussions”

    And that has made all the difference.

  2. @Not Greg Monroe

    Thanks for catching that error. The clause has been corrected to read “which will allow students to report sexual assault without facing repercussions for violating the University’s alcohol policy.”

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