This Week in the Voice: April 26, 2012

Vol. 46, Issue 1In this week’s feature, the winner of the Voice photo contest is Tiffany Kaul, for her photo entitled “Watcha Lookin At.” The black-and-white winner is Jeff Haake.

On the Editorial page, the Ed Board decries the restrictions that the University is putting on Georgetown Day, including requiring bag inspections and fencing off Copley Lawn. They note that the measures will drive students’ festivities off-campus, only further aggravating the neighbors.

In News, Eileen McFarland reports on Occupy Movement’s attempt to build strength and reassert its relevance during a general workers’ strike called “May Day” to be held on May 1.

For Sports, Kevin Joesph laments the loss of his hometown New Jersey Nets to Brooklyn.

In Leisure, Mary Borowiec reviews the Senior Art Majors Exhibition: 2012 being held in Walsh’s Spagnuolo Gallery and Walsh 102 through May 18. She notes that, through the exhibits, the common character is the depth and emotion of all the senior artists’ work.

This week’s Page 13 offers students tips on how they should prepare for the Administration’s scaled down Georgetown Day.

And, finally, in Voices, Sara Ainsworth writes about how the fictional world of The Hunger Games has recently helped her cope with the stresses of preparing for the real world.

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