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Unfollow Chunky the Panda

And reject the willful ignorance and exclusion it stands for.

Halftime Leisure

“Deja Vu” Proves Olivia Rodrigo’s Songs are Really Just That Great

We’re barely halfway through 2021, but it’s hard to think of the breakout stars of the year without mentioning Olivia Rodrigo. In January, the High School Musical: The Musical: The... Read more

Halftime Sports

Fun Hypothetical – What If the MLB and College Baseball Had the Same Agreement as the NFL and College Football?

The NFL’s structures are unparalleled. And the league has created an absolute mammoth spectacle in the NFL Draft. This is because the Draft, and the NFL in general, flows so... Read more

News

Petition calling for South Asian Society reform spurs change, donations for COVID-19 crisis in India

A petition by Georgetown Students 4 South Asia calling for internal reform of the South Asian Society has amassed over 100 signatures.

Features

“I am DC”: Jamorko’s Journey

The extraordinary story behind the rise of a Georgetown basketball star.

Halftime Sports

DC United Falls 1-0 At Home To Orlando City SC

On May 16th DC United (2-0-4, 10th, Eastern Conference) fell 1-0 to Orlando City SC (2-3-0, 2nd, Eastern Conference). The game’s only goal came in the seventh minute, thanks to... Read more

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The Voice‘s Bunn Award winners 2020-2021

Congrats to the Voice's Bunn winners!

Sports

Pro Hoyas: Week of 5/23-5/29

Believe it or not, the NBA is not the only professional basketball league that exists. Many Georgetown men’s basketball alumni have played long and successful careers abroad, and Pro Hoyas... Read more

News Commentary

Sometimes stupid cool shit is all that matters

Content Warning: This article references self-harm and eating disorders.  In the Colorado mountain town where I lived, tattoos were just part of the culture. Whenever things lagged at work, a... Read more

Performance

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Blindness dazzles in darkness—and solitude

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Sidney Harman Hall has opened the house once again. Well, not “house,” exactly. The theater’s in-person debuting return, an actorless show, begins the moment the audience files... Read more

News

Georgetown bachelor’s degree program expands educational opportunities for Maryland’s incarcerated population

Georgetown’s Prisons and Justice Initiative will be offering bachelor’s degrees to incarcerated students in Maryland.

Digital Issue

Why my OCD diagnosis meant so much

At this point, it was pretty clear that there really was something different about the way my brain worked. Or at least, there had better be.

Editorials

Housing justice means rent cancellation, tenant empowerment, and extension of permanent housing programs

With the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) eviction moratorium in legal danger and housing insecurity exacerbated by the pandemic, the D.C. government must take action to protect the 7,800-15,800 residents... Read more

Features

Georgetown’s ROTC balances training, class, and administrative hurdles

Before sunrise, cadets and midshipmen are already awake, running laps at the Reflecting Pool or doing pushups on Georgetown’s front lawn as part of an arduous exercise regime. Being a... Read more

Halftime Sports

Beneath the American sports fray, tennis’ Big Three continue to defy logic

What Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic are still doing—jockeying with each other and only each other for position at the absolute pinnacle of men’s tennis—is unfathomable in 2021.... Read more

News

A look inside GSP’s mentorship program 

The mentorship program was built out of a preexisting culture of personal connections among first-generation and low-income students.

Voices

When Neutrality Isn’t Enough: Exploring multipartiality in the classroom

Implementing multipartiality provides participants with a consideration of counter narratives, as well as a consideration of why these perspectives are so often suppressed. This question of “why?” provides insight as to the function of larger structures, including the education system itself. 

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May Digital Issue

Hello Voice readers, We want to start with a quick message from our editor-in-chief, Roman: “When I started making these Table of Contents in October, I wanted to make a hub... Read more

Halftime Sports

Sam Darnold and a Mini-Rant on How We Value Quarterbacks

There is absolutely no way to overstate the importance of the quarterback to an NFL team’s potential success. This is an uncomfortable, novel reality. I suspect this is because, whatever... Read more

Editorials

Make Stability Housing Affordable

When COVID-19 hit in March 2020, most students abruptly returned home, except for those who were granted on-campus stability housing due to unstable home living environments. A year later, the... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Feel free to sue me if every single one of these five The Wilds season two theories is wrong

Spoiler warning: nothing I have listed is confirmed for season two, but all the theories detail major plot points from and information that is uncovered throughout the first season. The... Read more

Halftime Sports

The NFL’s Grip on Americans

I’ve been trying to think about explaining the grip the NFL has on America. It’s far and away the most popular sport in the country. The profit generated by every... Read more

Halftime Sports

DC United Snaps Three-Game Losing Streak Against Chicago

DC United (2-0-3, 5th, Eastern Conference) saw their three-game losing streak come to an end Thursday night with their 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire (0-1-4, 13th, Eastern Conference). The... Read more

Voices

@AOC is Live Now: How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can steer local political engagement

AOC has brilliantly used Instagram to connect with and galvanize the masses on national issues. Local engagement should be spotlighted, too.

Sports

Pro Hoyas: Week of 5/16-5/22

Believe it or not, the NBA is not the only professional basketball league that exists. Many Georgetown men’s basketball alumni have played long and successful careers abroad, and Pro Hoyas... Read more