The Georgetown Voice is the student-run weekly campus newsmagazine of Georgetown University, and was founded in March 1969. The debut editorial, published March 4, 1969, explained the organization’s goals and purposes.
“Our editorial policy will view and analyze issues in a liberal light. We shall not limit our editorial content to campus topics. We promise to present and analyze national and local issues of concern to the student, whose concern should spread beyond the campus.
“We shall attempt with all our energy to inform the community, to make the community conscious of controversial subjects by an open presentation and discussion of relevant issues, to communicate a culture, and to entertain our readers.”
The Voice is always looking for new writers, photographers, bloggers, design, web, and business staff. To get involved, send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by 424 Leavey on Wednesday or Friday evenings.