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Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

Welcome to “Office Hours,” the Voice’s video series in which we invite talented student-musicians to come and serenade us in our office. Check out more of the series here.  Elizabeth Gleyzer (COL... Read more

Digital Issue

Office Hours: Panini Girlfriend

When asked about Panini Girlfriend’s Facebook cover photo, bassist Mike Poletti (COL ‘18) and singer-guitarist Natasha Janfaza (COL ‘18)  burst out laughing. “Oh, so that was a joke that went... Read more

Digital Issue

Office Hours: Lana Nauphal

Lana Nauphal (COL ‘19) began her set in the Voice office with a cover of “For the Sake of the Song,” a folk number by Texas crooner Townes Van Zandt.... Read more

Digital Issue

Office Hours: Joe Sonza

Joe Sonza (COL ’19) expects a lot from himself. “I bombed yesterday,” he said of his set for the Voice. “I was not pleased at all with my performance.” The... Read more

Voices

After hours: some things should stay at the office

My office at the Democratic Party of Georgia is smaller than a Village A bedroom and I share it with three other researchers. I drew the short straw and was stuck with the desk that blocked the doorway into the room. Everyday coworkers have to decide whether to give me the crotch or the ass as they brush the back of my head on their way in and out of the room.

News

GAGE Delivers Unionization Petition to DeGioia’s Office

Members of the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) delivered a letter to the office of university President John DeGioia declaring their intention to unionize. The letter was delivered following... Read more

Leisure

Imperfect Storm: The Finest Hours Fails to Make a Splash

Despite having a thrilling storyline and an amazing ensemble of actors to work with, Disney fails to create a truly moving cinematic experience with its newest movie The Finest Hours.... Read more

News

Student activists announce sit-in in President DeGioia’s office, call for name change to Mulledy Hall

Georgetown students announced at a solidarity demonstration on Thursday, Nov. 12 that they are to begin a sit-in outside University President John DeGioia’s office on Friday morning to continue until... Read more

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GUPD installs new card readers in dorms, plans to reassess guard hours next fall

In the recent weeks, the Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) has been facilitating the installation of additional GOCard readers in all campus residence halls, with the exception of Copley Hall,... Read more

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Student Employment Office standardizes student employee rights in new handbook

The Student Employment Office (SEO) published the new Student Employee Handbook this summer in an effort to standardize access to information surrounding student employment. The handbook replaces the previous system... Read more