This Week in the Voice: Deaf Culture at Georgetown

coverIn this week’s feature, editor-at-large Caitriona Pagni documents the personal struggles of deaf students within the Georgetown community.

“My first two weeks here freshman year were horrible. I cried every night because that was the first time I had to be in the hearing world 24/7.”

In the news section, Noah Buyon explores the recently unveiled JUPS major and Deborah Sparks takes a look at GUSA’s new Terra-Cycle program, which is housed outside of Vital Vittles.

Assistant Leisure editor Emilia Brahm reviews pool (no water), the new show from Nomadic Theater production company.

Sports editor Chris Almeida uses his sermon to address the new composition of the Big East conference, which he views as a shadow of its former self.

The Voices section highlights the revolution that is currently erupting in Venezuela, as told by Venezuelan student Juan Daniel Gonçalves.

The Editorial Board chastises many student candidates who are spreading confusion regarding Title IX issues and the new sexual assault policies.

And finally, with the housing selection season upon us, the fellows of Page 13 provide us a comprehensive flowchart to predict your housing fate.

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