Bill Cosby rape allegations irrelevant to Ben’s Chili Bowl

Allegations have arisen that sweater-wearing, encouraging, and often inspirational comedian Bill Cosby repeatedly raped a woman and may have sexually assaulted many more. While his image as “America’s dad” may be tarnished, Cosby can still rely on free food from… Read More

University responds to allegations of RA mistreatment

The University has responded to the allegations, published last night in a Voice online exclusive, that the Office of Residential Living mishandles instances of work-related trauma among its resident assistants. The University has committed to review these issues and… Read More

RAs submit stories of institutional mistreatment in Voice online exclusive

In a Voice online exclusive, eight anonymous current or former Resident Advisers present stories of institutional mistreatment by the Office of Residential Living during their time at Georgetown. The stories include RAs who have been sexually assaulted by their… Read More


D.C. cabs to install ‘panic buttons’ next year

The D.C. Cab Commission is slowly starting to give a damn about how terrible cabs are in this town. Uber has wrought an apocalypse down on the market. The latest step in the modernization of the District’s cabs… Read More

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Right Rides promises free rides for women, LGBTQ people starting on Halloween

The Collective Action for Safe Spaces is starting a program aimed at delivering safe transportation for women and LGBTQ individuals, two groups who typically face the most danger or discrimination on public transportation. Right Rides launches on Halloween… Read More

White House launches “It’s On Us” sexual assault prevention campaign

The White House began its set of initiatives titled “It’s On Us,” last week, which aim to prevent all types of sexual assault on America’s college campuses. Over 200 colleges, including Georgetown, and many businesses have joined the program…. Read More


University promises new Sexual Misconduct Procedures manual

Update, Tuesday 11:11 pm: GUSA executives Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria (SFS ’15) worked with the University to devise the new sexual assault policies. “These reforms will empower survivors of sexual assault by ensuring a professional investigation is conducted,… Read More


Prefrosh Preview: Crime and safety in Georgetown

One of the most underrated perks of living in Georgetown is its relative safety and seclusion from a lot of the other crime in D.C. While most students don’t have anything stolen from them in a typical year… Read More


Prefrosh Preview: Powertops on the Hilltop

Editor’s note: This post is intended to provide a realistic and informative picture of sex at Georgetown. The information in this post is generally common knowledge and does not come from personal experience. In recent years, sex at… Read More

The most important accomplishments of the Tisa/Ramadan administration

With the swearing-in of Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria (SFS ’15) as the new GUSA executives, Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14) have finished their term leading GUSA. Tisa and Ramadan originally ran on a comprehensive platform, with a… Read More