Bursting the Georgetown Bubble: The Voice investigates public safety awareness among Georgetown studentsJes Res, Northeast Triangle details revealed at construction open houseGems of Georgetown past and present to rock the Gonda TheatreMen’s soccer sends Badgers back underground

Feature: Bursting the Georgetown Bubble: The Voice investigates public safety awareness among Georgetown students

It was a dark and stormy night. Maximiliano Astruc (COL ‘16) was walking home from Lauinger just after midnight on an icy Monday morning in January, after spending hours going over stock pitches and poring over different possible scenarios in preparation for a make-or-break interview with Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking division. The last thing on […]

News

Georgetown environmental groups come together for annual summit

A coalition of environmental student groups, academic departments, and University offices came together on Tuesday for the Georgetown Environmental Leaders Fall Summit, where they discussed how to foster a community of environmentally conscious students and make campus more sustainable. Groups such as EcoAction, GU Fossil Free, and the Corp Green Team engaged in a conversation […]

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Leisure

Gems of Georgetown past and present to rock the Gonda Theatre

The Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance challenges students to abandon the stereotypical Georgetown legacy with GEMA Rocks, a show celebrating the diversity of comedic and musical talents of current students and professional alumni. The show for students will occur this Friday at 8 p.m., with an encore for alumni on Saturday night. The executive producer […]

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Sports

Buck Wild: Fútbol, not football

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Voices

Carrying On: Thinking outside of the lines in Russia

  It was my second day shopping for school supplies in St. Petersburg. I thumbed the thin, flimsy pages and then turned the notebook over on its spine, and inspected the front cover. My face fell in disappointment as I saw the same old image as in all my previous experiences in Russia: a silhouette […]

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Editorials

Voice survey data on student safety awareness reveals disconnect

As one of the safest parts of D.C., Georgetown is not an area in which emergency protocols are often deemed necessary. Nevertheless, a distinct lack of awareness regarding emergency systems in place on campus persists among Georgetown students. A concerning disconnect between how students perceive their on-campus safety and their knowledge of campus security measures […]

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Undergraduate treated at MedStar for apparent meningitis dies


Andrea Jaime (NHS ’17), the student who was reported earlier today to have a case of meningitis, passed away this afternoon, according to a campus-wide email from Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and Vice President for Mission... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 16

Breaking: Student infected with meningitis


In a public health alert email, Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and Assistant Vice President for Student Health Services James Welsh alerted the Georgetown University community of a case of meningitis in an undergraduate student. Meningitis is a... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 16

Twuesday Tweetacular: Vote for Beyonce


I've never been held hostage but I have been in a group text. — Georgetown Hot Mess (@GTownHotMess) September 7, 2014 Vox feels you, Georgetown Hot Mess. Especially when you think you’re actually popular until you find out that... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
September 16

Milzman pleads guilty to possession of ricin


Daniel Milzman (COL ’16) pleaded guilty to possession of a deadly poison without registering it with the government in a plea hearing Monday. Milzman’s plea is part of a deal with prosecutors which may result in a one... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 16

They’re back: GUSA talks multicultural council and says goodbye to Greco


GUSA held its first general senate meeting on Sunday. The year got off to a rocky start when GUSA’s usual room, Healy 106, was taken by a class. The senate evacuated down the hall to a different classroom,... Read More
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By Ryan Greene
September 15