This is undeniably a strange semester for everyone. We at the Voice have tried to keep our content coming all summer and during the school year, such as with our August digital issue. However, this month we are doing something a little different. Over the next two days, we will be publishing 10 stories that would normally be in our issue, but will not be putting them together in one pdf. A list of links will be included here as they are posted to the site.
On falling in love with a dead author by Rose Dallimore
Somber yet charming, Hollow Knight is my favorite game in years by John Woolley
Troye Sivan Creates Glorious, Otherworldly Pop with In A Dream by Emma Chuck
Field of Dreams: After years of delays, a new Cooper Field is finally ready to see action by Eli Lefcowitz
Follow the university’s COVID-19 guidelines to protect the vulnerable by the Editorial Board
The next lesson in American history should be how to challenge it, and we should start with the monuments by Annabella Hoge
The Art in Mixed Martial Arts by Michael Tang
Georgetown Explained: Climate activism and sustainability by Isaac Solly
Carrying On: One Foot in the Promised Land by Annette Hasnas
Best books from a quarantined summer by Halftime Staff
Below, you will also see this issue’s cover, designed by our incredibly talented cover editor, Jacob, and Page 3, put together by our amazing design exec, Liv. We hope you enjoy!
As always, thanks you so much for reading the Voice,
Katie and Roman