Hello Voice readers,
Welcome to April! Spring is in the air and so are those pesky spring allergies. Yet, there is hope! With every email from the Office of the President, a fall semester on campus becomes more and more of a reality. As does the reality that we will be able to return to physical copies of the Voice!
There is also sad news in the Voice family. Steve Robling (’72), one of the Voice‘s founding members passed away last month. Steve was able to attend our 50th Anniversary Gala in 2019 to see how far the magazine he helped build had grown and was always proud to be a Voice alum. Steve is survived by his wife, Sally, son, Jack, his three siblings, and, of course, the Voice family.
Below you will find the Table of Contents as well as our newest cover from the unassailable Jacob Bilich (his second to last!). Thank you to everyone who has stuck with us over the past year and we cannot wait to give out our magazines in person soon!
Table of Contents:
Beyond Awards Season: Underrated media from 2020 by Abby Webster, Danielle Guida and John Szieff
Oklahoma’s Lady Tigers are taking the fight against racism to the court—and their community by Annemarie Cuccia
On What We Are Missing: Grieving the loss of senior year by Madeleine Gibbons-Shapiro
Title IX fails the very group it exists to protect: Survivors of campus sexual violence by the Editorial Board
Running on Empty: Administration reckons with a Zoom-fatigued student body by Maya Kominsky
Canadian post-punk band Dish Pit showcases grime, grit, and glamor on debut LP by Lucy Cook
Gay Men Still Can’t Easily Donate Blood: Why the FDA should end their discriminatory deferral by Dylan Arkowitz
Ready to Rebound: Georgetown women’s basketball dribbles ahead by Roman Peregrino
‘Of dizzying beauty’: The many faces of Georgetown’s Black art community by Max Zhang
A budding industry: D.C. is ready to take the next step toward legalizing the sale of marijuana by Annemarie Cuccia and Nathan Chen