Best of 2014RA petition seeks clarification and revision of student employment policiesFree Sackler's Chinese landscapes breathe songs of serenityMen's soccer advances to Elite Eight with overtime win

Feature: Best of 2014: The Voice‘s top 10 movies and albums

Movies 1. Boyhood Richard Linklater’s 11-year epic Boyhood is nothing short of a landmark film. Boyhood follows the life of Mason Evans, Jr. (Ellar Coltrane), from his early elementary school days to his college move-in day. Cast at the age of 8, Coltrane plays the role with tremendous honesty, exhibiting growth both as Mason and as […]

News

RA petition seeks clarification and revision of student employment policies

A group of Resident Assistants submitted a petition signed by over 30 RAs to both Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and Chief Operating Officer Christopher Augostini on Tuesday, Dec. 2 that seeks clarification and revision of current university student employment policies from the Office of Residential Living. The list of demands, written by […]

University Information Services resolves SaxaNet and Google Apps outages
College Academic Council and Dean Gillis discuss possible four course curriculum
Students push for further changes to university’s Free Speech Policy

Leisure

Freer Sackler’s Chinese landscapes breathe songs of serenity

Imagine a landscape dominated by jagged, looming mountains, and cascading streams. Scraggly pines balance precariously on the precipices and rivulets plummet towards the streams far below. A few lone figures, so small that they are almost invisible, are almost lost in the vast landscape. These majestic landscapes are part of the Freer Gallery’s exhibition, “Style […]

Rasika continues to heat Penn Quarter
The call of Vallée’s Wild explores the journey of self-recovery
Out of Control: So much Assassin’s Creed, So Little Gameplay

Sports

Men’s soccer advances to Elite Eight with overtime win

Surrender an early goal. Tie the game late in the second half. Win in extra time. The formula is not easy on the nerves, but so far it has worked for the Georgetown men’s soccer team (14-4-4) in this year’s NCAA tournament. Last Tuesday, the Hoyas battled back from a one-goal deficit against Old Dominion […]

Sports Sermon
Women’s bball skid reaches five
Men’s bball moves on from Atlantis

Voices

Letter to the Editor

I am writing in response to the anonymous reports of sexual assault [reported by the Voice on Nov. 13]. As Georgetown’s Title IX Coordinator, I am responsible for making sure that reported cases of sexual assault and misconduct are investigated and responded to promptly. We take this work extremely seriously and are committed to evaluating […]

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Demystifying Net Neutrality
Carrying On: Taking A Look At Greek Life Next Door
As a White Ally, Reflecting on Ferguson

Editorials

Plans for former Jesuit Residence LLC lack concrete, unique vision

Next Monday, the Office of Residential Living will release application materials for upperclassmen interested in living in the refurbished Ryan and Mulledy Halls during the 2015-2016 academic year. The entirety of the newly-transformed Jesuit residences, which are expected to be one of the most coveted upperclassmen housing locations, will become the “Spirit of Georgetown Residential […]

Harbin power outage exhibits Facilities Management’s persistent inefficiencies
Rapid-fire news cycle threatens to dampen impetus for social change

Vox breaks for the holidays: don’t you cry, she’ll be back again in January


It seems as though the holiday season is upon us yet again. Vox has finally completed the last of her finals and left the Hilltop to celebrate Christmas in the great state of Pennsylvania. Sadly, unless the Healy clock... Read More
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By Marisa Hawley
December 19

Twuesday Tweetacular: goin’ up on a… Wednesday


The Georgetown neighborhood is this weird mix of highly successful adults and barely functional college students. — Georgetown Heckler (@GtownHeckler) December 14, 2014 Georgetown Heckler must’ve written this when spotting both a Supreme Court Justice and Congressman on N... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
December 17

Congress’s cromnibus bill threatens D.C. marijuana initiative, Obama likely to sign


Move over, baseball: hating Congress might just be the new national pastime these days (pro: you can do it when it’s raining). But D.C. voters have had even more reason to lambaste the legislative branch since Saturday when... Read More
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By Ian Philbrick
December 16

D.C. Taxicab Commission develops e-hailing app to compete with private cab companies


It’s official. Life as we know it will be dominated by smart phones. Well, at least the cab industry will be. In efforts to compete with private cab companies like Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar, the D.C. Taxicab Commission... Read More
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By Grace Brennan
December 15

D.C. holds vigil and march against police brutality 800 miles from Ferguson


This weekend, Washington D.C. became the hub of the latest event in the string of nationwide demonstrations against police violence and the grand juries’ decisions in the Ferguson and Eric Garner cases. According to The Washington Post, the... Read More
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By Morgan Hines
December 15