Obama signs executive order tying student debt payments to income

On Monday, President Obama signed an executive order giving students with debt the option to pay no more than 10 percent of their monthly income in loan repayments. Obama delivered a speech to accompany his order in which he spoke… Read More


On the Record with President DeGioia: The Full Interview

Connor Jones, the Voice’s editor-in-chief, sat down with University President John J. DeGioia on Tuesday to the most pressing issues on the Hilltop of late. This week’s print edition contained the interview’s highlights. Jones’ full interview with DeGioia, which includes discussion… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Living with Student Debt

In this week’s feature, Julia Tanaka explores the pressures of student debt and how the University hopes to make a Georgetown education more accessible. With a small endowment and the cost of college rising, it’s not easy. Of the… Read More

Poll: How much debt will you have when you graduate?

Earlier this week we asked for your stories on how you pay to get through college. We’re interested:  whether Georgetown is giving you financial aid, or you are taking out loans, or you are set to graduate without… Read More

Student debt at Georgetown: What’s your story?

This Saturday, the class of 2012 will receive their diplomas; the air filled with a twinge of pride and sorrow. Our high graduation rate of 87 percent is a blessing to be sure. Many of our peers are… Read More