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Battle of the Bulldogs: Georgetown men’s basketball comes up short against Butler

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (6-7, 0-2 Big East) lost 72-58 to Butler (9-6, 2-2 Big East) on Thursday night. Freshman guard Tyler Beard led the Hoyas in scoring... Read more

News

Changes to initial spring COVID-19 protocols aim to combat Omicron

When students moved in for the fall semester in August 2021, they took a single COVID-19 PCR test and received a cloth mask with a Georgetown ‘G’ on it. When... Read more

News

GUSA passes legislation advocating for students during virtual learning period

Following the heated debate in last week’s meeting, GUSA took further action to address student concerns about the upcoming virtual learning period in a shorter and productive meeting on Jan.... Read more

News

Georgetown and other national universities allegedly part of price-fixing cartel to limit financial aid

Georgetown and 15 other top private universities were named defendants in a federal antitrust lawsuit filed on Jan. 9. The suit alleges that the self-described need-blind universities colluded to raise... Read more

Sports

Georgetown pummeled by Marquette in their Big East home opener, 92-64

In their Big East home opener on Jan. 7, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (6-6, 0-1 Big East) was trounced by Marquette (10-6, 2-3 Big East), losing 92-64. Despite the... Read more

Leisure

Spider-Man: No Way Home is fan service executed brilliantly

With a groundbreaking debut of $600.8 million at the global box office, Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters on December 17, quickly taking the world by... Read more

News

GUSA convenes emergency session, tables two bills about in-person learning

After nearly two hours of debate, the GUSA Senate tabled two resolutions in opposition to the university’s plan for all-virtual learning, restrictions on campus dining, and closure of fitness centers... Read more

News

D.C.-ATF partnership aims to reduce climbing homicide rates

Mayor Muriel Bowser, Police Chief Robert Contee, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) announced a new partnership to reduce the number of illegal guns in D.C.,... Read more

Voices

So we can return to campus. Now what?

If Georgetown students are to return to campus on Jan. 11 safely, here's what we believe needs to be implemented by the university and the student body.

Halftime Leisure

Lyn Lapid is spectacular on Spotify, and even better live

To much of the world, she’s Lyn Lapid—an up-and-coming songwriter-musician with characteristically melodic vocals and captivating song premises. But to me, she’s Katelyn—a high school friend I endlessly bombard with... Read more

Voices

The holidays aren’t always happy. That’s okay, too.

I won’t wish you the happiest of New Year’s. But I will wish you a restful and peaceful one. Have whatever kind of New Year you need. 

News

On-campus religious activities revived with first post-Zoom semester

For students involved in religious groups, last year’s challenges—Zoom burnout, a lost sense of community, and academic stress, among others—were compounded by another: balancing online obligations while also practicing faith... Read more

News

Hillary Clinton awards women leaders advancing peace and security

“Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights,” Hillary Clinton said at the 1995 UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing.  Her words were reaffirmed at... Read more

News

Georgetown announces virtual instruction, further restrictions through Jan. 30

Per an email from President John J. DeGioia, Georgetown will move to virtual instruction through Jan. 30, 2022, though undergraduates may still return to their on-campus residences beginning on Jan.... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Voice debates: Is Die Hard a Christmas film?

This holiday season, two Voice editors grapple with the age-old question: is Die Hard (1988) a Christmas movie?  (Alert: spoilers incoming)  Annie: Let me set the stage for you: It’s... Read more

Editorials

D.C. must prioritize housing people over evicting encampments

The District must immediately halt scheduled homeless encampment evictions, redouble its efforts to properly execute its hypothermia plan, and accelerate investments in affordable housing over the long term.

Halftime Leisure

Get Back is a raw stage for the Beatles

During the month of January in 1969, the Beatles came together to create a multimedia project that would include a TV special, a live show (their first in years), and... Read more

Sports

Jessica Cusi records 1000 career digs, looks forward to her volleyball future

Upon winning the four-set match against UConn, the Hoyas’ volleyball team lifted up the captain and senior libero Jessica Cusi to celebrate her 1000th dig in McDonough Arena. With 23... Read more

Sports

Georgetown men’s soccer falls to University of Washington in Cary, ending their season and championship title run

No. 3 Georgetown falls to No. 2 University of Washington, ending their run for the NCAA men's soccer championship title.

News

COVID-19 outbreak moves exams, staff online

Following the highest increase of Georgetown community COVID-19 cases to date, the university announced a series of new protocols on Dec. 15, including banning food and drinks inside communal spaces... Read more

Leisure

Gus Dapperton’s Last Stop

The screams faded, the lights returned to their normal stable yellow hue, and the crowd slowly started to trickle onto the street, ears still ringing, mouths still grinning. It was... Read more

Sports

Georgetown comes out on top: Hoyas juice ‘Cuse, 79-75

In a big rivalry game, the Georgetown Hoyas came out on top beating the Syracuse Orange, 79-75.

News

“You need to take action”: Syrian Georgetown student urges UN to hold Assad accountable

Omar Alshogre (COL ’24) spoke at the recent UN Security Council (UNSC) Arria-formula meeting, urging the Council to support accountability and justice efforts for victims of the international crimes committed... Read more

News

Project ELEECT receives $2.6 million grant to improve multilingual teaching in D.C.-area schools

Georgetown’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences announced that the U.S Department of Education awarded the school’s Program of Educational Transformation (MAET) a $2.6 million, five-year National Professional Development (NPD)... Read more

News

Asian American community responds to attack on Georgetown graduate student

Content warning: this article references violence against Asian American individuals and communities.  A graduate student at American University, 38-year-old Patrick Trebat, attacked Sean Lai (PHD ’20), a gay man of... Read more