This Week in the Voice: Is medical leave the best option?

In this week’s feature, News Editor Julia Jester uncovers students’ experiences of taking medical leaves of absence and whether taking such time off really helps or hurts their Georgetown experience. In recent years, the university has seen an… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Georgetown’s Catholic identity and Catholic students

As a Catholic institution, Georgetown University’s position on contested issues might challenge the perspectives of certain groups and individuals. In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni and Ryan Greene discover a human side to public criticism and scrutiny of the University’s Catholic… Read More

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This Week in the Voice: Fall fashion 2014

In this week’s feature, section editor Caitriona Pagni dressed up some Georgetown students for the Voice‘s fall fashion issue. Check out the print edition for the six-page spread! News reports on recent disability flyers and the realities of inaccessibility on campus, especially in… Read More

This Week in the Voice: The lingering ghost of the Campus Plan

In this week’s feature, Assistant News Editor Shalina Chatlani explores the impact of the 2010 Campus Plan on student life, as well as the influence of the Georgetown community’s interests on the plan. Throughout the discussion on the development… Read More

This Week in the Voice: The exclusivity of campus cultural groups

In this week’s feature, Vox Assistant Editor Kenneth Lee explores students’ experiences in cultural groups on campus and the barriers created between international and American students within these groups. Daniel Kim (COL ‘17), a Korean-American Maryland native, arrived at a general body… Read More

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This Week in the Voice: Sexual harassment from construction workers

In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni unveils the sexual harassment of female students from construction workers on campus. Multiple cases have arisen in the past year of sexual harassment and, as more and more contracting companies come onto… Read More

This Week in the Voice: GU Improv brings humor to the Hilltop

In this week’s feature, Halftime leisure editor Daniel Varghese writes about GU Improv, the group on campus that has brought an outlet of creativity and humor into the very professionally and academically driven Georgetown student body. Of the nine active… Read More

This Week in the Voice: The student startups of Georgetown

Startups are all the rage these days, and Dayana Morales Gomez explores the landscape for the current crop of new student businesses at Georgetown in this week’s feature: Though the startup boom at Georgetown seems to have gained… Read More

This Week in the Voice: A deeper look at the NHS

In this week’s feature, Marisa Hawley dives into the corridors of St. Mary’s Hall to take a closer look at the small but proud school that is a mystery to Georgetown’s future investment bankers and consultants: “There is a community… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Pieces of the Georgetown puzzle

In this week’s feature, Caitriona Pagni, James Constant, and Elizabeth Baker write about four pressing issues, namely socioeconomic diversity, the University’s Catholic identity and the LGBTQ movement, disability activism, and free speech, that many on the Hilltop—students, administrators, GUSA… Read More