This Week in the Voice: How Five Hoyas Journeyed to the Olympic Games

Screen Shot 2014-02-20 at 10.14.24 AMIn this week’s feature, voices editor Steven Criss and sports editor Chris Almeida relay the impressive stories of five Hoya Olympians who have since competed in events from 1972 at the Munich games to 2012 in London.

It’s no secret that the Hilltop is teeming with type-A students. Hoyas have ended up at the top of the financial, political, and entertainment worlds. There are a handful of people, however, who have also reached the pinnacle of the sporting world after wearing the blue and gray.

News investigates upcoming architectural projects on campus, including a re-vamped ICC and a more integrated social space for students in the Northeast Triangle Dorm.

Leisure previews some of the compelling films from the international Human Rights Watch film festival that can all be watched at the West End Cinema here in Georgetown.

Sports addresses the gendered fame of the famous female Indycar and NASCAR driver Danica Patrick.

Amidst the chaos of the GUSA executive elections, the Editorial Board announces the Voice’s decision to support Thomas Lloyd (SFS ’15) and Jimmy Ramirez (COL ’15) for their committment to heightened collaboration of student groups and enhanced access to speech, space, and spending on campus.

Page 13 illustrates the simple requirements for moving up the six different levels of Hoya Stewardship.

And finally in Voices, Heather Regen shares her personal perspective on religious inclusiveness and the transforming Catholic identity of the Hilltop.

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