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The recently announced changes to the 2022-2023 housing plan, including renovating the hotel, have frustrated many students.
As temperatures plummet, Georgetown’s Hypothermia Outreach Team reorganize to raise community support
D.C. agencies, non-profits, and campus organizations are aiming to prevent weather related deaths and injuries as hypothermia season starts.
Once you’ve peeled back its layers, The Menu proves to be a clever satire on food culture as well.
With Cooper Field closed for renovations, many club sports teams that depend on the field will have to search for other practice spaces.
Good Night Oppy (2022) looks at the most human thing we’ve sent to Mars: twin rovers named Spirit and Opportunity.
As DC’s Silver Line extends, Georgetown students finally have an easier route to an international airport
The DC Metro’s Silver Line fully re-opened Nov. 15, adding a new extension to Washington Dulles International Airport.
Initiative 82 passed with overwhelming support, meaning the tipped minimum wage will gradually increase to $16.10.
One-person protest in China spurs movement of anti-Xi posters across Georgetown, universities worldwide
A series of anti-Xi Jinping posters around campus in late October called for freedom, dignity, reform, and democracy in China.
Student activists with Hoyas for Slavery Accountability expressed anger and disappointment in the Georgetown University Reconciliation Fund.
The Georgetown Hoyas men’s soccer team (12-5-3) opened their NCAA tournament run on a cloudless Wednesday afternoon, hosting the Navy Midshipmen (7-5-9) at Shaw Field. The Hoyas played a dominant... Read more
The newly passed Initiative 82 will help build a better restaurant industry, but it must tear the industry down to its foundations first.
The Rubell Museum DC opened to the public on Oct. 29 with the inaugural exhibitions Sylvia Snowden and What’s Going On.
Content warning: This article includes references to sexual violence. In a dark, imposing war room, a bleach blonde dragon-rider musters forces to war against male claimants to her throne. You... Read more
A colossus looms on the horizon: the skeleton of a soccer stadium in Qatar ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In the midst of construction, thousands of underpaid migrant... Read more
As the first brisk wave of winter air blows across campus, the Voice wants to know more about the steamy sex lives of its readers. More importantly, we want to promote a raw dialogue about sex—the carnal details, the riveting minutiae, and everything in between.
A minute left before the Oct. 28 midnight official release of Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up,” time slowed to an agonizing crawl as a million questions surged to the forefront of... Read more
For Chinese international students, the tumultuous return home is merely a symptom of the Chinese government’s broader “zero COVID” policy apparatus to manage COVID-19.
I know some people find driving relaxing, but I am not one of those people — unfortunately, I actually hate driving. However, I do like the feeling of pretending I’m... Read more
Ultimately, the band maintains their expressive, ambiguous lyricism but showcases it against a glitzier background.
Waters prefers to carve out a space for himself in the music industry, making music by his own definitions.