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Comments of the Week: Hoyas napping under the sun

Last week on Vox, the University decided to do more super-important master planning when nobody was around, Miley Cyrus shared some of her wisdom on movies, the student credit union began offering private student loans, and a drag ball… Read More

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Comments of the Week: We need human commenters

Last week, Vox wrote in depth about landlord rating site Roomr, talked about the opening a bike store-coffee shop hybrid, covered a philanthropic shirt company opened by Georgetown alumni, and brought back Vox Pupuli for the beautiful, warm, sweaty, and… Read More

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Comments of the Week: Vox was sold, and then was found

Last week, Vox previewed a Sprinkles cupcake ATM that is coming to Georgetown this fall, made some fancy graphs about the Class of 2018, roamed around the corridors of D.C.’s courts to get the scoop on the Milzman case,… Read More

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Comments of the Week: Prospective Vox Readers Weekend

Last week, Vox examined the value of the Washington Redskins’ name, asked why so many student groups wanted to hold student-group weeks, continued to cover USA v. Milzman, and analyzed GUSA’s budget. She also hated on the never-ending snow for the… Read More

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NPR is latest to tackle Washington Redskins’ name controversy: is the Voice next?

After the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected the use of “Redskins” for heart attack-inducing pork rinds and for potatoes, NPR released Wednesday a critical reflection on the morality of the media’s use of the controversial name. The reflection… Read More

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Comments of the Week: Vox readers always be thirsty

Last week, Vox arguably had the most extensive and timely updates on the ricin incident at McCarthy Hall. It also wrote about a project to portray high-profile Georgetown administrators in drag, explored the Office of Sustainability’s Water Week, and… Read More

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Comments of the Week: What happened two weeks ago?

Before Vox could really enjoy her spring break, she had some tragic breaking news, posted a very long transcript of a conversation between Voice editor-in-chief Connor Jones and President John J. DeGioia, and covered more of the sadness that is the Georgetown men’s basketball team…. Read More

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Comments of the Week: Canadian pipelines and puppies

Last week, Vox liveblogged the results of the GUSA election, covered the Georgetown chapter of food publication Spoon University, interviewed Kit Harrington and his splendid torso, and reported on a protest on the Keystone XL pipeline (which started from Red… Read More

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Comments of the Week: Everyone’s a GUSA politico

Last week, Vox reported on the upcoming ICC renovations, profiled Hoyas in Olympics past, fact-checked the platforms of three of the four GUSA executive tickets in this year’s elections, and refrained from being sensationalist by refusing to cover which presidential… Read More

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Study shows internet trolls are sadistic and narcissistic (Vox is looking at you)

A psychological study, published earlier this month, suggests that not all internet trolls partake in annoying or insulting others just for fun. Many internet trolls, the study concludes, are narcissistic, psychopathic, and have other self-serving personality traits. In… Read More