This Week in the Voice: October 27, 2011

In Features, Gavin Bade profiles the protesters that make up the Occupy DC movement, and the community that they’ve established: Inspired by an Adbusters’ poster featuring a ballerina, the Wall Street bull statue, and an open question—“What is… Read More

This Week in the Voice: October 20, 2011

In Features, Nick Berti explores the reasons that motivate recruited student athletes to leave their teams. Although collegiate sports have the ability to create national superstars and campus heroes, stardom is only a fraction of the picture. There… Read More

This Week in the Voice: October 13, 2011

In Features, Nico Dodd, Iris Kim, and Kelsey McCullough display the trends in fall fashion Let’s face it, after September, Washington gets cold and rainy. It can be really easy to fall into the habit of bundling up without… Read More

This Week in the Voice: October 6, 2011

In Features, Aodhan Beirne profiles beloved professor Father James Schall, one of the few remnants of traditional Jesuit education that Georgetown has left. Schall is the last of the old guard: one of the few remaining Jesuits who… Read More

This Week in the Voice: September 29, 2011

In Features, Rachel Calvert delves into the history of Dupont Circle as a hub for D.C.’s gay community, and how the neighborhood helped shape and define the city’s LGBTQ attitudes and policies: Before the District’s gay liberation movement… Read More

This week in the Voice: DC Students Have their Voices Heard

In Features, Kara Brandeisky dives into the world of DC interest groups and the students who want change for their own communities: Despite pushback from neighborhood groups, DC Students Speak leaders believe they have come to represent an… Read More

This week in the Voice: Hoyas and the Chinese

In Features, Jackson Perry explores the relationship between Georgetown and the Chinese Communist Party, as exposed by the recent fight between our men’s basketball team and the Bayi Rockets: “The number of undergraduate students studying abroad in China… Read More

This Week in the Voice: 9/11, 10 years later

In Features, Rachel Calvert commemorates the ten-year anniversary of 9/11 with interviews from then-students and faculty members  about its impact on their personal lives and the Georgetown community: “Living in Washington, Georgetown students felt particularly close to the… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Guess who?!

This week in Features, we introduce the freshmen to Six people to know at Georgetown. Hopefully the class of 2015 will never confuse Wingo’s Mike and Jennifer Altemus. News reports on the struggle for student representation on the ANC…. Read More

This week in the Voice: Photo contest winners

This week, the winners of the Voice’s Photo Contest 2011 have their photos displayed in Features, with congrats to Keaton Bedell for the winning shot that graces the cover. News reports on the poll troubles students faced trying… Read More