Digital Issue

February Digital Issue

Published February 19, 2021 Updated February 20, 2021


Hello readers!

Another semester is here, and sadly that means another semester without physical copies of the Voice. We cannot wait until we are back on campus so we can work late into the night in Leavey 424 and then hold a copy of our magazine in our hands. Until that day comes, we will continue churning out content daily, as well as putting out a digital issue each month! Below you will find links to each article in the February issue as they are posted, as well as a new cover by the indomitable Jacob Bilich. We hope you enjoy!

As always, thank you so much for reading the Voice,

Roman and Annemarie

What foreign policymakers can learn from racial justice advocates by Cat Haseman

Tear down your monuments to enslavement, Georgetown by the Editorial Board

Minari studies the American dream through a Korean lens by Danielle Guida

COVID-19 cases surge amid influx of students in Georgetown by Sophie Tafazzoli

A Nepalese team became the first the summit K2 in the winter-Here’s why it matters by Sarah Watson

Make room, Georgetown. Indigenous studies needs a place in the academy. by Annemarie Cuccia

Refusing to put down the camera, GUTV documents a semester online by Abby Webster

With a snap of my fingers by Sarah Watson

Georgetown’s reluctance to teach its history of racial transgression undermines commitment to anti-racism by the Editorial Board

A cracked John Carroll statue captioned "Institutional Reckoning"Cover by Jacob Bilich

Roman Peregrino
is the Editor-in-chief of the Voice. He is from San Francisco and a lot less Italian than his name suggests.

Annemarie Cuccia
Annemarie is the Voice's managing editor and a junior in the SFS whose greatest pride is her pun headlines. She has been described as "well acquainted with vegetables."


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