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

Screen Shot 2013-10-24 at 10.15.52 AMIn 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 been able to provide a new forum for innovative and diversified musical expression:

Students involved with GU Jam Sesh consider this collaboration invaluable. The community the group is creating among musicians brings together the pieces of Georgetown’s scattered music scene. The founder of GU Jam Sesh believe their efforts will open this scene to different genres of music.

News brings you details on the opening of the new Hoya Court next, the eateries that will be included, and what administrators are still waiting on in terms of renovation and development.

Leisure takes a look at Nomadic Theater’s production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, an absurdist play with a supremely talented cast that is sure to impress.

Sports takes a look at the football team’s record in the past few games and whether it has good prospects in finishing out the season.

In Voices, Julia Lloyd George, challenges the notion of sexual assault as a self-help issue, explaining that the crime is actually a part of a larger cultural problem.

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