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Freshmen getting their bearings on campus may well get lost in the ongoing construction, for none of it is marked on the maps they’ll receive during NSO. Others might get lost in the Georgetown lexicon: such as the JesRes, which…More

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Once again, Georgetown is grappling with the graphic reality of sexual assault on the Hilltop. A slate of survivors have come forward to tell their stories over the summer months—many of which indict a system that’s failed to do right…More

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After a period of internal discussion, the Voice decided to remove a post,  “An Open Letter to the Entire Georgetown Community,” from our website. Editing changes related to verification, ethics and privacy standards that were planned for the post were…More

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According to the Cawley Career Education Center’s post-graduation employment statistics, in the past decade, more students who graduate from the School of Foreign Service are entering jobs in consulting and financial services than are entering the public sector. At face…More

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Of the many adjectives that can be used to describe America’s post-secondary education system, “transparent” is not one of them. Unfortunately, Georgetown’s course evaluation system is not an exception to this rule. Despite its relentless email and advertising campaigns to…More

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In the next few weeks, Georgetown’s admitted students will commit to becoming members of the Class of 2019. Over the summer, incoming freshmen have the option to communicate with upperclassmen peer advisors, who are chosen by the deans and staff…More

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More than 30 years ago, Georgetown University activated 4,464 solar panels on the roof of Bunn Intercultural Center, constructed after the 1973 oil crisis. In 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency recognized it as a Green Power Partner of the Year.…More

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On Sunday, the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism released a damning report detailing how a now-retracted Rolling Stone account of a brutal gang-rape at the University of Virginia turned into a journalistic nightmare. The report revealed editorial failures at every…More

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On March 18, GU Fossil Free (GUFF) walked on stage during World Bank President Jim Yong Kim’s speech about climate change at Gaston Hall to promote their campaign for the university to divest from fossil fuel companies. In Tuesday’s issue…More

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