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Leisure

Kali Uchis’s lipsticked love letter to Latin music

ORQUÍDEAS is an exercise in experimentation, allowing Uchis to flex her vocal and sonic dynamism; even so, she never loses sight of the divinely feminine quality that’s always defined her music.

News

“Divest from death”: Community members walkout to demand divestment from corporations with Israeli ties

Students, faculty, and staff held a walkout to call on Georgetown to divest its endowment from companies that invest in technologies used by the Israeli military. 

Sports

Gritty defense, veteran poise lead Hoyas past DePaul

On Sunday, February 4, the Georgetown Hoyas (15-7, 5-6 BIG EAST) took down the DePaul Blue Demons (11-13, 3-8 BIG EAST) in a close, low-scoring contest, 44-42. The Hoyas were... Read more

News

Nobel Laureate Nadia Murad visits Georgetown to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Yazidi genocide

On Jan. 31 the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security mourned and commemorated the 10-year anniversary of the Yazidi genocide.

News

“Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant”: author Curtis Chin visits Georgetown for book talk

Curtis Chin visited Georgetown on Jan. 25 for a book talk on his new book: "Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant."

Halftime Leisure

Ariana Grande’s “yes, and?” is a joyous and defiant invitation to dance

With an addictive beat and uplifting lyrics, “yes, and?” is an exciting introduction to Grande's much anticipated seventh studio album.

Halftime Sports

Tearing away professional sports from D.C. rips at the fabric of the city

“This is my fuckin’ town!” John Wall screamed while he stood on the announcers’ table after his Game 6 game-winner in the second round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Capital... Read more

Halftime Leisure

From childhood friends to musical powerhouses, Faye Webster and Lil Yachty reunite on “Lego Ring”

Webster and Yachty complement each other in novel ways—Yachty’s carefree demeanor brings out an energetic side of Webster we rarely hear.

Halftime Leisure

Ding dong! The Manic Pixie Dream Girl is dead

From the blonde bombshell to the femme fatale, women in film have often accessorized the plot, and the MPDG is no exception.

Podcasts

Post Pitch: An Ode to Short Stories

Welcome back to Post Pitch!  This week, podcasts producer Romy Abu-Fadel interviews our Voices writer, Eileen Miller, about her piece in this week’s issue of The Voice. Tune in to... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Voice predicts the 2024 Grammys

Ahead of the 2024 Grammys, the Halftime Leisure Staff predict who will take home the awards, along with declaring who should.

Podcasts

Turf & Burn: Everything But the Super Bowl

Caroline and Dylan are kicking off Turf & Burn Season 3 discussing the Super Bowl matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs! They first recap their... Read more

Sports

Hoyas’ season reaches new low in loss to Marquette

On Feb. 3, Georgetown men’s basketball (8-13, 1-9 BIG EAST) lost in blowout fashion to the ninth ranked Marquette Golden Eagles (17-5, 8-3 BIG EAST), 91-57. In a game that... Read more

Sports

A Path to the Pros: Georgetown men’s soccer alumni at the next level

On Jan. 20, Georgetown alumnus Sean Zawadzki started in the United States Men’s National Team’s (USMNT) friendly match against Slovenia. Zawadzki, a four-year starter and two-time captain for the Hoyas,... Read more

Leisure

21 Savage’s american dream is all bark and no bite

The album’s SHEIN-esque veneer of substance frays on the barest inspection, revealing a teetering foundation of gimmicks and genre clichés.

News

H*yas for Choice emphasizes education, opting not to protest anti-abortion conference

H*yas for Choie is emphasizing educational programming, rather than direct protest, as part of a new strategy.

Halftime Sports

“Running as a revolt”: How a new generation of runners is redefining the sport

As a concept, running is a sport that can come hand-in-hand with scrutiny. Many people who don’t run—and even sometimes those who do—might have ideas about what it means to... Read more

Features

Georgetown Law student runs to unseat Georgia state senator indicted with Trump

When residents of Johns Creek, Georgia heard that Ashwin Ramaswami was running to be their representative in the state senate, there was a decent chance they already knew him. Even... Read more

Leisure

Poor Things is a philosophical odyssey draped in aesthetic allure

Rich with existential themes, the movie’s fantastical visuals contrast its serious moral propositions.

Voices

A not-so-short defense of the short story

But putting economics aside, there is a wonderful beauty to the short story. With no hard rules on length, short stories can span from a few sentences to tens of pages. Free from the space requirements of a novel, the core element of a short story is brevity. It must avoid convoluted plots and unnecessary descriptions, focusing only on the essentials to bring a story across. Every word must count.

Editorials

Black History Month calls for racial justice action

While Black History Month is a time to reflect on the stories and progress of Black people at Georgetown, this reflection cannot occur without meaningful action. Each February should remind... Read more

News

Georgetown students join March on Washington for Gaza: call for an end to genocide

A united “Free, free, Palestine!” shook Washington, D.C.’s Freedom Plaza on Jan. 13 as thousands gathered to demand an end to Israel’s genocide in Gaza. Organized by the American Muslim... Read more

News

Students hold ‘Day of Solidarity’ for Gaza

Students from across Georgetown joined together on Jan. 26 for a ‘Day of Solidarity’ with Gaza and the West Bank.

News

GU Politics Fellows talk student political leadership

The Spring 2024 class of GU Politics Fellows sat down with the Voice to discuss their goals for their discussion groups and the importance of youth perspectives.

News

Students Demand Action holds vigil for National Gun Violence Survivors Week

Around a dozen students gathered for a vigil in Red Square on Wednesday, Jan. 24, in remembrance of the victims and survivors of gun violence.