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Georgetown volleyball falls in tough match to Butler

On Friday, the Georgetown volleyball team (2-6, 0-2 Big East) lost a hard-fought match against the Butler Bulldogs (8-9, 2-2 Big East) in four sets (3-1: 25-19, 23-25, 23-25, 28-30)... Read more


This Week in Soccer: September 27 – October 3

Georgetown men's and women's soccer both remained undefeated, with both teams defeating DePaul soccer sides, and wsoc drew with Providence.


Venom: Let There Be Couples’ Counseling

Have you ever wondered what an abusive relationship with a pile of alien goop would look like? Would you like to see said abusive couple make pancakes to Ella Fitzgerald... Read more


GUSA Senate introduces executive proposal to abolish GUSA

The GUSA Senate took on a contentious topic of discussion at their meeting on Oct. 3: the existence of the GUSA Senate and the executive. Following a presentation by members... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Quiz: Which downstairs Leo’s station are you?

Back to school means back to Leo’s, and everyone has an opinion about it. Being the sole dining hall on Georgetown’s campus, Leo’s creates bonding opportunities and generates lots of... Read more


GUSA Senate discusses restructuring, elections, and recent crises

The GUSA Senate deliberated recent on-campus crises and discussed the GUSA restructuring project in their Sept. 26 meeting.


Former Georgetown tennis coach pleads guilty in Varsity Blues Scandal

Former Georgetown University tennis coach, Gordon Ernst, pleaded guilty on Sept. 15 to accusations of soliciting and accepting bribes to designate at least 12 students as recruits into the Georgetown... Read more


How Shang-Chi fulfilled my childhood dream

I don’t want to be *that* Asian American raving about Shang-Chi and its nearly all-Asian cast. But as a Chinese-American woman who once flirted with the entertainment industry myself, I... Read more


Georgetown men’s basketball schedule highlighted by weekend home games vs. Villanova, Syracuse

After a storybook run last season in the Big East Tournament led the Georgetown Men’s Basketball team to win their first Big East title of the Patrick Ewing era, enthusiasm... Read more


“Does anybody have a map?” Dear Evan Hansen struggles to bring stage to screen

Content warning: Dear Evan Hansen discusses suicide Well, like it or not it is here: the long-awaited film adaptation of the smash-hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen. Theater fans may... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Superballs: Nicki Minaj’s vaccine hesitancy leads to unintentional propaganda

Twitter has always been a fun little minefield of surprises.  Each time you log-on to the hell-site (affectionate), it is its own little game of Russian roulette. There are times... Read more

Halftime Sports

MLB Postseason returns with promise of excitement

The storied time is upon us again. The air is crisper, the days are shorter, and playoff baseball is just on the horizon. Coming off of quite possibly the most... Read more


Lalisa, love her: BLACKPINK star Lisa guarantees that you won’t forget her with latest single, “Lalisa”

Dancer, rapper, BLACKPINK idol, global Instagram celebrity, and now soloist debutant Lisa, or Lalisa Manoban, takes center stage in her latest single, “Lalisa.” Truly being “[t]he loudest in the room,”... Read more


This Week in Soccer: September 22-September 26

The Georgetown Voice reviews this week in Hoya soccer, as it remains the only school to have both of their teams remain undefeated.


Georgetown students concerned about health amid norovirus presence on campus

A gastronomical illness, the norovirus, has been circulating the Georgetown University campus for several weeks.


Despite problematic collaborators and history, Kanye West’s Donda is a prayer for hope

Content warning: brief mentions of sexual assault, homophobia, and antisemitism Imagine if you had a dollar for every time you were told Kanye West’s Donda was going to come out... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Top 10 Disney Channel shows from the 2000s

Picture this: you come home from elementary school at 3 p.m., grab a snack, plop down on the couch, and turn on Disney Channel. Immediately, you’re transported to the Waverly... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Why can’t the Met Gala have a successful theme?

Every year, fashion experts and amateurs alike await the release of the Met Gala looks, and almost every year, they are left disappointed. After 18 months of anticipation, the 2021... Read more


Could a Georgetown Metro station finally become a reality?

Nearly 45 years after the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority welcomed riders aboard its first trains, plans are being discussed to bring a long-neglected neighborhood into the mix: Georgetown.


D.C.’s new approach to public spaces leaves out encampment residents

D.C.’s decision to permanently close three encampments is part of a pilot program that aims to rehouse encampment residents in conjunction with the sites’ closure. While this goal sounds promising, its creation of no-tent zones is likely to further criminalize homelessness.


Justice for D.C. means statehood now

Democracy means the people have a say. If you’re one of 717,000 people who live in Washington, you don’t have that. Congress took it from you. D.C., a majority-minority city,... Read more


The Voice‘s guide to D.C. concert venues

Songbyrd Address: 540 Penn St. NE (Union Market) How to get there: Take the GUTS Bus to Dupont, hop on the Red line to Glenmont and get off at the... Read more

DC News

D.C. announces school vaccination mandate, other measures to curb spread of COVID-19

At a press conference Monday afternoon, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that teachers and other adults employed by schools and childcare centers will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19... Read more


The Voice‘s Guide to D.C. theaters

Arena Stage  Address: 1101 Sixth St. SW  How to get there: Take the GUTS bus to Rosslyn, then the Blue, Silver, or Orange line to L’Enfant Plaza. From there, walk... Read more

Georgetown Explained

Georgetown Explained: Getting around D.C.

Washington, D.C. is reopening. Ready to explore it? You could walk or take an Uber, or you could try getting around like a real Washingtonian. Equipped with D.C.’s range of... Read more