- By Month
The Georgetown women’s volleyball team (11-5, 2-2 BIG EAST) beat the unranked Butler Bulldogs (6-8, 0-3 BIG EAST) 3-1 (25-18, 25-19, 17-25, 25-19) in McDonough Gymnasium on Friday, September 29.... Read more
At the University of Arkansas, the electricity of rumbling bleachers rattles your heart as you look out at a sea of red, thousands of fingers waving intensely in the air.... Read more
On Scarlet, an unapologetic Doja Cat showcases her vocal ability, lyricism, and sexuality with a brash confidence that oozes out of every track.
Little Amal, a 12-foot puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, towered above a rustling layer of shining silver safety blankets. Behind the puppet, artists held children’s shoes over the crowd,... Read more
Former Vice President and GOP presidential candidate Mike Pence spoke to Georgetown students, faculty, and livestream attendees in Gaston Hall on Oct. 3. During the hour-long event, Pence fielded questions... Read more
Black horror is booming. Several films released this summer to overwhelmingly positive reviews and streaming success.
As the school year began, the Voice, along with other student organizations, grappled with the fate we have come to expect every year: a reduced budget. While budget cuts aren’t... Read more
Four activists made Georgetown history on Sept. 26, becoming the first panel entirely of transgender and nonbinary individuals to speak in Gaston Hall. The event, titled “Trans Rights in America,”... Read more
On The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, Chappell Roan is liberated in every sense of the word: unapologetically queer, flirtatious, and joyful.
It’s a 10,000-year-old tradition, one that brings its devotees comfort and satiety. It appears everywhere in popular culture, from iconic lines in film (“The sky is falling!”) to schoolyard insults.... Read more
Rather than a broad range of opinions being published, they are limited to those of a group of primarily white writers hailing from elite universities. Other perspectives, more relevant to other parts of the population, are ignored. But even if these columnists weren’t the products of predominantly elite universities and were more diverse, I would still have an issue with them: they simply exist.
A Sunday morning walk down 34th Street and Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown can be dizzying for the unsuspecting pedestrian. On any other day of the week, they would be greeted... Read more
Georgetown’s location is a confluence of potential emergencies—with the typical cyber and physical safety concerns of college campuses, the mid-Atlantic’s weather hazards, and the unique security issues of the Washington,... Read more
On Bewitched, Laufey invites you to float up into her fantasy world, reminding us of the transportive magic of jazz.
Georgetown students joined tens of thousands of protesters chanting, waving signs, and singing in New York City streets at the Sept. 17 March to End Fossil Fuels. Marchers called on... Read more
Mr. Georgetown—the uproarious annual male beauty pageant featuring senior representatives from campus club organizations—is back. The pageant will be held today in Gaston Hall. The 2023 Mr. Georgetown tickets sold... Read more
This week, No. 11 Georgetown women’s soccer (6-1-3, 2-0 BIG EAST) defeated St. John’s (5-3-2, 0-2 BIG EAST) and Creighton (2-4-4, 0-2 BIG EAST) in the team’s first conference games... Read more
University staff, construction workers, engineers, and students gathered on Tondorf Road on Sept. 5 to celebrate the groundbreaking for Henle Village’s renovation. After project leaders gave a series of speeches,... Read more