This Week in the Voice: The Life of a G.I. Jane Hoya

This week’s Feature delves into the lives of women in Georgetown’s ROTC program. ““Sometimes I feel like it is a love-hate relationship,” said Chloé Nalbantian (COL ‘15), a cadet in Georgetown’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program. To… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Eating at Leo’s—A Primer

Georgetown has but one, single dining hall—everyone’s favorite, Leo J. O’Donovan’s. The University considers purchasing a meal plan a “fundamental part of developing community among resident students,” which seems to be true, though it may be more of… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: We don’t need no stinkin’ transparency

Sam Ungar shows how only GUSA could make a discussion about transparency completely opaque. Josh, you have no idea how happy former Hoya Bill Clinton is that GUSA senator Daniel LaMagna (COL ’13) took this dubious honor from… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: What’s up with that wall?

Kathryn Berg questions the administration’s bizarre approach to the construction of the science building. Conspiracy theorists, now is your time to shine. Former Vox editor Nico Dodd doesn’t realize that it really was Chinese food. Well actually, it was… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to enjoying (and surviving) Leo’s

Our very own Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall is a bit of a bonding experience for all freshmen and sophomores, who must submit to the mandatory meal plan, barring a few exceptions. Vegetarianism doesn’t get you a pass on Leo’s,… Read More

Georgetown Aramark workers’ union certified

A union of Georgetown University’s Aramark workers was officially certified this week, marking the end of nearly two months of negotiations between Aramark, which operates several food service locations at Georgetown, and Unite Here, a union that represents… Read More

BREAKING: Aramark employees at GU plan to unionize

Aramark employees told their management on Feb. 9 that they intend to unionize as a part of Unite Here, a foodservice union. The announcement comes after more than a year of clandestine planning by Aramark workers, who were… Read More

Freshman serenades girl in Leo’s, wears fantastic hat

To lighten your spirits in case you’re still homeless, here’s a photo of Alex Baker (MSB ’14), pictured here in a cowboy hat, serenading a mystery girl in Leo’s to the tune of Lonestar’s “Amazed,” everyone’s favorite slow-dance… Read More

GUSA Roundup: And so, it begins

The 2010-2011 Georgetown University Student Association Senators were sworn in on Sunday, officially beginning the year’s agenda. While the meeting was heavy on ideas and questions from the senators and light on formal votes, the discussions suggest that… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to Leo’s Dining Hall

Below, we’ve re-published Voice Editor Juliana Brint’s 2009 guide to surviving Leo’s. As an introduction to the subject, you may want to watch the Heckler‘s informative “Georgetown Freshmen Education Series: I Know How to Eat!” video. It’s not… Read More