New Spagnuolo Gallery takes you to the Moon for free

When I learned of Neil Armstrong’s recent death, I instantly recalled a moment from my childhood. During my sixth grade history lesson, I had been somewhat envious of this first man to set foot on the moon. At… Read More

New Spagnuolo Gallery exhibit melts the seafloor

This week, the Spagnuolo Gallery (located in the Walsh building) opened a new exhibition, “Where the Seafloor Melts,” in which both the ancient and serene are realized by both science and accuracy. The exhibit is constituted of stoneware… Read More

Two new art exhibits open on campus this week

This week, Georgetown is celebrating the openings of two new exhibits on campus. On Wednesday evening, the Art History department is sponsoring a reception in the Spagnuolo Gallery to commemorate the opening of “Pixel Vision: the First Ten… Read More

Voice‘s On-Campus Choices: So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good-bye

Farewell Address from Former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski President Kwasniewski is leaving Georgetown at the end of this semester, completing his time as a Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of Global Leadership.  On Thursday, April 29, he will… Read More