Hoya writes for New York Times blog about life as student veteran

Thomas Gibbons-Neff (COL ’15), a student veteran, knew transitioning to life at Georgetown wouldn’t be easy. “I was preparing for Georgetown University’s New Student Orientation, my first official re-entry into academia and a day of assemblies and awkward… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Where is Georgetown investing?

In this week’s Feature, Patricia Cipollitti investigates Georgetown’s investment portfolio and the struggles the University faces to make ethically sound decisions.   As of now, no one outside of the Investment Office or the higher echelons of University… Read More

Hoya Citings: Georgetown student brings Bible Belt to Persian Gulf

Vox is trying out a new series, “Hoya Citings,” where we feature Georgetown students doing research, publishing work, or engaging in other interesting educational pursuits. First part of our series starts with a student on the SFS-Qatar campus…. Read More

Georgetown most expensive neighborhood to rent in the District

Georgetown has been identified as the most expensive area to rent in our nation’s capital, according to the Washington Post‘s breakdown of rent in each neighborhood. D.C. already ranks in the top ten of the nation’s most expensive… Read More

Electronics stolen from student’s house on 36th Street

Between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. today, an unknown individual entered a Georgetown student’s residence on the 1400 block of 36th street and stole electronic equipment. According to the Department of Public Safety’s report, a student was in… Read More

Spotted: Two potential CAG security cameras on 34th and N Street

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer Recently, a Voice staffer discovered two suspicious-looking cameras peeping out of a house on the corner of 34th and N Street, about three blocks from campus. Careful where you stop to surreptitiously kiss your… Read More

DDOT planning streetcar route to access Georgetown

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is planning to implement a 37-mile streetcar system to connect all eight wards of D.C. A route along H Street and Benning Road is already underway and officials hope to open it… Read More

Three million people think Washington and Lee is a better school than Georgetown

In a college ranking website, Crowdrank.net, Georgetown is listed as 25th best overall college right after Washington and Lee University, Bowdoin College, and Pomona College. CrowdRank claims to provide a competing voice to U.S. World and News Report,… Read More

Attempted robbery at Georgetown M&T Bank, FBI and police investigating

Earlier this morning, an attempted robbery took place at the M&T Bank on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. Metropolitan Police officers and the FBI are investigating this robbery alongside last week’s attempted Bank of America break-in, according to the Georgetown… Read More

Luke’s Lobster opens in Georgetown, looks pretty nice

Yesterday evening, Luke’s Lobster opened in Georgetown on Potomac Street. Owner Luke Holden graduated from Georgetown University in 2007 with a degree from the business school. The shop is two stories, with the traditional Maine-inspired seafood menu. The… Read More