This Week in the Voice: Georgetown students go beyond borders

In this week’s feature, assistant news editor Shalina Chatlani takes a look at undocumented students at Georgetown and how the University supports them. Georgetown University is one of the growing numbers of private colleges, including Harvard, Yale, and… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Why field hockey’s had such a long losing streak

In this week’s feature, assistant sports editor Chris Castano looks into why the field hockey team hasn’t had a winning season in 12 years. Unlike the University’s renowned basketball program, however, the field hockey team has not had a winning… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Grade inflation at Georgetown

In this week’s feature, assistant news editor Lara Fishbane investigates something all of us students hold close to our hearts: grade inflation at Georgetown and across the country. According to John Q. Pierce, University registrar and assistant provost,… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Best in music and movies for 2013

In this week’s feature, the staff of the Voice present their opinions of the top ten albums and movies that were released this past year, with Kayne’s Yeezus and The Way, Way Back taking the top spots. Samuel… Read More

This Week in the Voice: It’s high time we legalize ganja

In this week’s feature, Connor Jones investigates efforts to legalize marijuana in the District, focusing on the social justice benefits of such a step and highlighting the lack of leadership from the millennials. Even though support for legalization… Read More

This Week in the Voice: It’s that time of the year again, basketball season is back

 The sports section takes over this week’s feature with a men’s and women’s basketball preview. In one article, sports Editor Chris Almeida discusses how the men’s basketball team looks to move forward after recent disappointments and setbacks. The Hoyas begin the… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Exorcising Georgetown’s Catholic angels and demons

In this week’s feature, Claire Zeng offers a historical perspective on the development of the Catholic identity at Georgetown. While Manny Miranda and William Blatty believe Georgetown doesn’t deserve even to be called Catholic, many current students believe they have an… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Building a community of student musicians

In this week’s feature, Jeffrey Lin explores the development of GU Jam Sesh, a new independent student group for aspiring musicians in the Georgetown community. Despite issues with the neighbors and university noise policies, GU Jam Sesh has… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Adjunct professors and condoms for all

In this week’s feature, News Editor Lucia He looks into the problems associated with a growing number of adjunct professors and the shrinking number of full-time professors. Kerry Danner-McDonald, an adjunct professor in the Theology department, agrees, and adds… Read More

This Week in the Voice: MOOCs and GMS Fails

In this week’s feature, the Voice examines the pros and cons of online courses at Georgetown, and the future of online education at the University. Through these projects, Georgetown is rapidly moving into the technological arena by making online… Read More