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On July 31, the university released a statement regarding the results of two ongoing investigations into the men’s and women’s track teams that took place because of various allegations of racial bias and sexual misconduct. In light of the many…More

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The GUSA Senate Sustainability Subcommittee and the Corp Green Initiative have partnered to sponsor the first Georgetown Day Cup competition to promote recycling and sustainability on campus April 25, the day after Georgetown Day. Individual students and student groups can…More

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On Tuesday, the Voice spoke with the incoming Dean of the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Joel Hellman, Ph.D. Why Georgetown? What do you find appealing about our University, specifically SFS? Throughout my career, I’ve always thought that the the…More

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I’ll be dedicating my last Saxa Politica column (at least for the foreseeable future) to an issue I’ve seen grow in salience over the three years I’ve spent in college. As someone majoring in the liberal arts, I’ve taken quite…More

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In light of the ongoing negotiations between Aramark and it’s workers’ union, the Voice will do a series of On-the-Records with Hoya Court and Leo’s employees. This week the Voice sat down with nineteen-year old Francisco Lopez, who works at…More

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