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Everything I Got Wrong In Sports This Year: TIER LIST (Volume 2)

It’s finals season on the Hilltop. You know what that means: Ben making another tier list to avoid doing homework.  However, I must start this second edition of Everything I... Read more

News

Students protest, pitch tents at GW President Granberg’s offices after encampment cleared

Around 250 pro-Palestine protesters from the DMV Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) Coalition, Student Coalition for Palestine at George Washington University, and other groups gathered at the intersection of... Read more

News

Seven GU students arrested in GW encampment sweep

Seven Georgetown students were among those arrested early Wednesday morning when police cleared the Gaza solidarity encampment at George Washington University (GW), according to Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) records. Police... Read more

Leisure

Tender but long-winded, The Tortured Poets Department would shine brighter if abridged, not anthologized

TTPD has a fair share of shimmering standouts that have only improved with time. However, the addition of the anthology tracks significantly watered down the record.

Sports

Earned, not given: Georgetown women’s basketball in year one of the Butts-Haney era

The writing was on the wall: it was time for a fresh start. With four straight losing seasons in the rearview mirror, Georgetown turned to first-time head coach Tasha Butts,... Read more

News

D.C. community reacts to student arrests at GW during Wednesday press conferences

Students arrested at the encampment spoke alongside Reps. Cori Bush (D-Mo.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mi.) at a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol Building.

News

Arrests made, protesters pepper sprayed as police clear GW encampment

Thirty-three arrests, among them Georgetown students, were made Wednesday morning as the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) cleared the Gaza solidarity encampment at George Washington University (GW).  Demonstrators from eight universities,... Read more

News

The past three days at GW’s Gaza solidarity encampment

Over a week ago, a coalition of students from universities across D.C., including Georgetown, George Washington University (GW), and American University, established a Gaza solidarity encampment at University Yard (U-Yard)... Read more

Halftime Leisure

So You Think You Can Cry

Hopefully, SYTYCD will return with a more authentic, dance-centered rebrand that uplifts and supports its dancers.

News

Timeline: GW’s Gaza solidarity encampment

Day One: Thursday, April 25 Students from George Washington University (GW), Georgetown, American University, and other schools establish the Gaza Solidarity encampment, which they now refer to as the “Popular... Read more

Features

GW Gaza solidarity encampment enters week two, organizers remain energized

For more than a week, hundreds of D.C. college students and community members have gathered at George Washington University’s (GW) Gaza solidarity encampment, drawing attention from the District, national media,... Read more

Podcasts

Post Pitch: A Letter to my Immigrant Parents

Welcome to this season’s last episode of Post Pitch!  This week, podcasts producer Romy Abu-Fadel interviews our writer, Esme Vasquez, about her piece in this semester’s final issue of The... Read more

Sports

This Week in Baseball: Apr. 22–Apr. 28

Coming off a devastatingly close three-game sweep at the hands of the UConn Huskies (25-18, 10-2 BIG EAST), Georgetown baseball rebounded in spectacular fashion to crush crosstown rivals George Washington... Read more

From the Editor

The Voice‘s Bunn Award winners 2023-2024

Each spring, the Georgetown Journalism Program celebrates a successful year of on-campus student journalism in a ceremony held at Alumni House. The ceremony, attended by current student journalists, and alumni,... Read more

Voices

Hoyas, Be Less Bullish on Investment Banking

In my opinion, the accelerated recruiting timeline is a feature to poach talent before students’ prefrontal cortexes fully develop and they realize they don’t want to work for 90 hours a week. Take some time to network and explore different careers aside from banking and consulting!

News

Tensions rise on night four of GW encampment

Tensions surged on the fourth night of the Gaza solidarity encampment at George Washington University on Sunday night and into Monday morning

Halftime Sports

The State of Sports Betting

In 2023, the sports betting industry in the United States surpassed $10.9 billion dollars in revenue, representing a smashing 44.5% increase from the previous year. As such, Voice Sports has... Read more

Voices

​​A letter to my immigrant parents

This May, the Class of 2024 will celebrate their graduation with friends and family from all over the world. Graduation is especially important to me as a first-generation student and a daughter of immigrants. This letter and my degree are for all those immigrant parents who have watered and cultivated our hearts and souls through their love and dedication. 

Features

‘Georgetown admissions, I think you’re pretentious’: Rural students reflect on application process

Georgetown’s slow, confusing application platform has become a joke for admitted students—something to gripe about and bond over once they get to campus. But to Keatyn Wede (CAS ’27), it... Read more

News

New Georgetown class navigates college admissions in a post-affirmative action world

In the wake of the June 2023 Supreme Court ruling ending affirmative action, Georgetown has admitted its first class of applicants in a new college admissions landscape.

Features

Georgetown’s Muslim Life creates home on campus, 25 years in the making

When Janeeta Shaukat (SOH ’24) came to Georgetown, she began to wonder if God existed. Although she was born in a Muslim family, she had yet to deeply explore her... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Chappell Roan’s “Good Luck, Babe!” speaks to the club divas and the sexually repressed

More than anything else, Chappell Roan is reimagining the conventions and boundaries of pop, urging her listeners to embrace unseriousness.

Editorials

As universities clash with student protesters, keep eyes on Gaza

Content warning: this article discusses anti-Palestinian racism, antisemitism, and genocide. Since the Voice’s editorial board first called on Georgetown to support collective liberation and protect pro-Palestine activism, university administrators across... Read more

Halftime Leisure

3 Body Problem creates harmony from science fiction chaos

3 Body Problem perfectly juggles various plotlines, resulting in a binge-worthy eight-episode drama that innovates on classic sci-fi themes.

Voices

A gentlewoman’s guide to going out alone

This exercise in solo spontaneity engendered a sense of community, resulting in a new friend made by virtue of being alone.