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Men’s Basketball withstands turnovers, late run to defeat UMBC

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (1-0, Big East) defeated the UMBC Retrievers (0-1, America East) on Wednesday evening on the John Thompson, Jr. Court at McDonough Arena. Though the... Read more

News

Soyica Colbert to be new interim dean of the College

Professor Soyica Colbert, (COL’01) will begin her position as interim dean of Georgetown College on Jan. 1, 2021. 

Sports

Meet the New Girls 2020

Opportunities is the name of the game for incoming women’s players. Of the Hoyas’ top 8 in minutes a season ago, only graduate center Anita Kelava remains. Of the top... Read more

Sports

Meet the New Guys 2020

After a flurry of departures over the last 12 months, punctuated by Mac McClung’s transfer to Texas Tech and Omer Yurtseven’s jump to the NBA, there are minutes up for... Read more

Sports

2020-21 Women’s Big East Preview

Having big programs in a conference can only elevate all the other programs in it. In women’s basketball, there is perhaps no bigger program than the University of Connecticut. The... Read more

Sports

2020-21 Men’s Big East Preview

The 2020 Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament stopped at halftime of the first game in the quarterfinal round, with ninth-seeded St. John’s leading top seed Creighton 38-35. The Big East... Read more

Podcasts

Food for Thought: Food labels, GMOs, and spooky bananas

Kayla, Nicole, Hannah and Kat discuss the many food labels we encounter while shopping, and what it really means to be genetically modified. Remember, nothing is as it seems. Listen... Read more

Movies

The Climb: The tragic love story between two friends

In 2017, two best friends, Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin released their short film, The Climb, to the masses at Sundance Film Festival. The 8-minute film, shot in one... Read more

News

Senators condemn sexism in GUSA

Female senators spoke out against what they see as a sexist environment in GUSA, created by male senators not giving them space to lead. 

Sports

Turnover and competition portend challenging season for Georgetown women’s basketball

Over his first three years, Georgetown women’s basketball coach James Howard has presided over significant highs and lows. From a tantalizing conference tournament run in the 2018-19 season to a... Read more

News

Georgetown faculty feature prominently in Biden transition team

Ten Georgetown University faculty members have been named to President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team thus far.

Sports

After Humbling Year, Men’s Basketball Looks For An Identity

There will be a 2020-21 season for the Georgetown men’s basketball team, and that statement alone is cause for celebration. Not because this incarnation of Hoya basketball carries the lofty... Read more

Halftime Leisure

QUIZ: Which Studio Ghibli movie are you?

If there has been one thing saving me from the pit of hellish despair that this past year has been, it is the blissful nostalgia of Studio Ghibli. I mean,... Read more

Art

An hour in the Life of a First Lady: The Portrait Gallery Presents Every Eye is Upon Me: First Ladies of the United States

“A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water.” -Eleanor Roosevelt As the longest serving First Lady of the United... Read more

Features

May 6, 1970: The day Georgetown went on strike

Georgetown’s relationship with activism has never been a simple one.  When new Hoyas walk through the gates at the intersection of 37th and O, they can expect to be bombarded... Read more

Podcasts

First Time Long Time: Welcome to 2020

Now a two-man show, Roman and Nathan discuss the 2020 season.   Listen to First Time Long Time on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

Voices

On Burning Bread

Exchanging the Hilltop for the stovetop, Matt Phillips reflects on the labor of love it's been to learn the art of cooking during quarantine.

Features

Remembering Georgetown’s history with slavery: Amidst university inaction, students take memorialization into their own hands

Many at Georgetown looked on with hope as students resoundingly passed a landmark referendum on April 11, 2019 to pay reparations to those affected by the university’s complicity in slavery.... Read more

Editorials

DC must do more to protect the most vulnerable from the effects of COVID-19

Though D.C.’s COVID-19 rates have stayed below those of other regions, this does not mean the District’s COVID response has been perfect.  In reality, coronavirus is pushing the city’s most... Read more

News

The District-wide victory party for Joe Biden

Thousands of Washingtonians flooded the streets chanting and clapping in excitement in support of Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-CA) victory.

Halftime Leisure

Miley Cyrus proves she has a voice for rock with viral TikTok covers

Anna and Samantha explore the recent TikTok covers of Miley Cyrus. The success of her covers suggests Miley Cyrus has a voice for rock.

Voices

When freshman year is put on pause

Saddled by the pandemic, my freshman year has been characterized by a distinct sense of FOMO. Here's how I'm learning to be OK with it.

Digital Issue

November Digital Issue

Hello, We are excited for our final digital issue of the semester! Check out some great content and, as always, Jacob’s fantastic cover! When freshman year is put on pause... Read more

News

When racial justice meets academia: Georgetown professors on the study of anti-racism

The Voice recaps Georgetown's series of panels combining racial justice, academia, and institutions of higher education.

Voices

How Jessica Krug appropriated not just an identity, but a history

The story of a George Washington University history professor pretending to be Afro-Caribbean made global headlines in September. Jessica Krug cosplayed as a Puerto Rican woman from the Bronx—while she... Read more