Archive

  • By Month

All posts


Halftime Leisure

The Last of Us: A terrifying exhibition of a brutal apocalypse

A disheveled child stumbles through a New England forest. Clad in tattered clothes and dirty green sneakers, the boy comes to a ledge and peers out at his destination: Boston.... Read more

News

Students hold candlelight vigil to honor Tyre Nichols’ life

Students held a vigil in Red Square on Feb. 5 to honor the life of Tyre Nichols, a Black man who was beaten to death by police last month.

News

D.C. Council overrides mayor’s veto of criminal code reform

The D.C. Council voted 12-1 to override Mayor Muriel Bowser’s veto of the District’s criminal code reform bill on Jan. 17.

Leisure

One With Eternity Brings Kusama’s Polka-Dotted Vision of “Self-Obliteration” to the Hirshhorn

Kusama imposes a dissolution of the self upon the experiencer through her multidimensional works, as one feels like they are being absorbed and incorporated into the art.

Halftime Leisure

You’ll never be the same after After

One cursed weekend last February, my friends and I made a life-altering decision: to marathon the After movies. What we witnessed was a plot disaster propped up by toxic masculinity... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Voice predicts the 2023 GRAMMYs

  Album of the Year by Maanasi Chintamani Prediction: RENAISSANCE, Beyoncé Should Win: RENAISSANCE, Beyoncé This year’s Album of the Year nominations leave much to be desired, from puzzling omissions—like... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Kaleidoscope tries a little bit of everything and struggles with it all

Content warning: This article references racist and xenophobic rhetoric.  Author’s note: I watched the show in this order: “Yellow,” “Orange,” “Red,” “Pink,” “Green,” “Violet,” “Blue,” and “White.” Netflix’s newest heist... Read more

Editorials

Republicans, mind your own House: Respect D.C.’s autonomy

The District deserves autonomy from the personal political wishlists of an overwhelmingly and disproportionately white, male Congress/

Opinion

Heroin chic and the price of beauty

Supermodel Bella Hadid left very little of her svelte figure to the imagination as she walked the runway in a dress spray-painted upon her nearly naked body for Paris Fashion Week last October. The message is clear: Big asses and boobs are out, protruding collar bones and wrist bones are in.

Leisure

Turn Every Page documents a legendary literary duo’s fear of legacy, mortality, and… semicolons?

Gottlieb showcases her artistic talent through this emotional journey of their respective lives, legacy, and love

Halftime Sports

Cashing out: How D.C. students and residents alike are navigating stringent District sports betting laws

On Super Bowl Sunday, four-time Super Bowl champion tight end Rob Gronkowski will attempt a field goal live on-air as part of a promotion by FanDuel Sportsbook to give out... Read more

Sports

More of the same as Men’s Basketball falls to Creighton

On Wednesday, Georgetown men’s basketball (6-17, 1-11 BIG EAST) lost convincingly to the Creighton Bluejays (14-8, 8-3 BIG EAST), 53-63, in Capital One Arena. The game was only their second... Read more

Features

“Involuntary founders”: the missing people in Georgetown’s memory work

Addressing and acknowledging the university’s history of slavery is intimately intertwined with developing ways to actively memorialize the people it enslaved.

Voices

After Lunar New Year gun violence, I devote myself to grief

Perhaps it’s mere human instinct to measure ourselves by shared tragedies, but there’s something brutal about the unregulated bullet being a defining genre of timestamp for our generation.

News

For the authenticity of Ching Ching Cha to stay after rent hike, it had to leave Georgetown

Since 1998, there was only one shop owner in Georgetown who would sit with you for the time it takes to finish a hot cup of tea. Now, following unprecedented rent hikes, Ching Ching Cha is moving to Dupont Circle.

Podcasts

Post Pitch: “Involuntary Founders”

Welcome back to Post Pitch. This week, Features Editor Franziska Wild expands upon the themes of her article: “‘Involuntary founders’: the missing people in Georgetown’s memory work.”  This podcast introduces... Read more

Sports

This Week in Basketball (1/23-1/29): Men make history, women’s squad on the rise

MBB v Depaul (Jan. 24) The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (6-15, 1-9 BIG EAST) once again made history – this time in a positive way! On January 24, they... Read more

Podcasts

Swift-Talk: Taylor Swift for Beginners

If you want to learn more about Taylor Swift, you better get your earbuds ready. This episode is Taylor Swift for beginners! Fallon and Nadine review some of their favorite... Read more

Sports

The best gift: Hoyas snap 29-game BIG EAST losing streak on Jack the Bulldog’s birthday

On Jan. 24, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (6-15, 1-9 BIG EAST) defeated the DePaul Blue Demons (9-12, 3-7 BIG EAST) 81-76, not only ending their record-breaking 29-game BIG EAST losing streak... Read more

News

GUPD removes pro-gun group from Red Square following March for Our Lives’ counterprotest

On Tuesday afternoon, two men from Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), began tabling in Red Square, before being asked to leave by GUPD.

News

GU Politics Fellows stress unity and optimism for future generations despite divisive political climate

The Spring 2023 GU Politics fellows met with the Voice to discuss American politics and what they want to see from the next generation.

News

H*yas for Choice leads student protest against 24th Cardinal O’Connor Conference

Over a hundred Georgetown students took to the Healy steps to protest the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Jan. 21.

Features

Georgetown students bring down the gavel on inequities in collegiate debate

Georgetown’s positionality as a predominantly white institution translates into the debate world, but students are trying to change that.

News

Antisemitic pamphlets the latest in targeted hate speech against Jewish students

Unknown perpetrators distributed at least 75 antisemitic and racist pamphlets to nearly 40 student residences around campus on Nov. 18.

Opinion

We need to chat about ChatGPT

If the implications of ChatGPT in an academic environment will be substantial, the implications in greater society will be even more profound. ChatGPT is able to draft lease agreements based on a given location and even code websites, tasks that have previously required significant training. For the vast majority of people, this technology will only make life easier—and less expensive. However, for those who make a living off of these skills, the proliferation of AI could be detrimental.