The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2018-2019

The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2018-2019


Each spring, Georgetown’s media organizations are invited to enter submissions for the Edward B. Bunn Awards for Journalistic Excellence, sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement. A panel of judges selects 18 winners across six categories: features, news, commentary, review, sports, and photo. This year, the Voice received 9 Bunn Awards, and at least one in every category. Below are this year’s winners:


The GOOD Guys: Former Georgetown Football Players Take On Poverty In D.C. by Beth Cunniff


272 Reconciliation Contribution Referendum Passes GUSA Senate by Annemarie Cuccia

Cardinals Sin: Georgetown Appeases, Frustrates Students Seeking Revocation Of Honorary Degrees by Margaret Gach


The Friendship Vow: In Sickness And In Health?  by C.M.


Hanging By A Finger: Free Solo Boldly Tackles Fate, Death, And Fear by Devon O’Dwyer

Rodarte: A Walk Through The Mulleavys’ Garden by Max Fredell


In His Comfort Zone: Omer Yurtseven Comes To Georgetown For Basketball, Community, And Religious Inclusivity by Nick Gavio

Red, White, And Hoya Blue: Hoyas Make Their Mark In U.S. Youth National Team Camps by Jorge DeNeve


“Surreality” by Isabel Lord (pictured above)

Outstanding Student Leader of a Media Group – Margaret Gach, Editor-in-chief Spring ’19

Below you will find the rest of our submissions to the Bunn committee. These represent some of the best pieces we published in the past year, and we are very proud of all of the hard work that went into them.


Here Comes the Sun? Local environmentalists oppose university solar project by Noah Telerski

As HIV rates fall, inequalities persist by Santul Nerkar

Easy Decision: Hoya Saxa Weekend Welcomes Students of Color by Dajour Evans

Right on Cue: Black Theater Ensemble Reflects on 40 Years by Katherine Randolph


Proposed GU Solar Project Faces Opposition at Public Hearing by Noah Telerski

Community Scholars Program celebrates 50 years on the Hilltop by Rachel Cohen

Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy by Inès de Miranda


#MuteRKelly Black Girls Need Support, Too by Dajour Evans

Native Americans and National Parks: A Case of American Amnesia by Renny Simone

Stop Telling Me About Einstein by Katherine Randolph

Carrying On: Learning to Speak My Family’s Language by Hannah Song


If Beale Street Could Talk is a Celebration of Black Love by Kayla Hewitt

The Favourite is a Carnal, Comical Survival of the Fittest by Amy Guay

Drawing Dissent: Defining the Art of Change in the Age of Trump by John Woolley


Wired for Success: Brian Wiese lifts men’s soccer into national prominence by Tyler Pearre

The Kids are Alright: With Three Big East All-Freshman Selections, Men’s Basketball is on the Rise by Aaron Wolf

On Point: Mikayla Venson Takes Over the Offense in Her Final Season by Tristan Lee


Rising Up Against Coppin State by Alex Lewontin

Vindication: Men’s Basketball Bests Villanova for First Time in Four Years by John Picker

I fall in love every night and out every morning by Geritza Carrasco

D.C. Divas On Their Own Turf by Hannah Song

About Author

Noah Telerski

Noah Telerski Noah Telerski is a senior in the college studying government and economics and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Voice. He enjoys playing his guitar, talking about New Hampshire, and wearing Hawaiian shirts on Fridays.

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2018-2019”

  1. Avatar Christopher says:

    Congratulations to all the great writers! Keep up the good work, The Voice!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

@GtownVoice Twitter
The Voice Instagram
This error message is only visible to WordPress admins

Error: No connected account.

Please go to the Instagram Feed settings page to connect an account.


Georgetown University
The Georgetown Voice
Box 571066
Washington, D.C. 20057

The Georgetown Voice office is located in Leavey 424.


The opinions expressed in The Georgetown Voice do not necessarily represent the views of the administration, faculty, or students of Georgetown University unless specifically stated.

By accessing, browsing, and otherwise using this site, you agree to our Disclaimer and Terms of Use. Find more information here: