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Anatomy of a Fall is an autopsy of a marriage story

Anatomy of a Fall starts like a murder mystery, but gradually it discloses the more intimate, painful details of a family.

News

D.C. Council ban on cashless businesses takes effect, aims to address equity concerns

Georgetown students will no longer walk back to campus empty-handed after finding out their favorite business does not accept cash. A D.C. Council ban on cashless businesses, which took effect... Read more

News

Time to Go-Go: original performance ‘Making The Go-Go Band’ honors D.C. music

Georgetown Theater & Performance Studies and Black Theatre Ensemble debuted their original musical, “Making The Go-Go Band” on Nov. 9 in the Davis Performing Arts Center. The show is just... Read more

Podcasts

Turf & Burn: All Aboard the Josh Dobbs Train

Turf & Burn is officially entering their NBA era. Just kidding. But Caroline and Dylan do finally discuss the start of the NBA season, giving predictions for surprising and disappointing... Read more

Sports

Steady Eddy: Hoyas drop 94 on Le Moyne in first game of Cooley era

New head coach Ed Cooley and his retooled Hoyas had an energetic debut night Tuesday, comfortably beating Le Moyne 94-57.

Leisure

POTUS sucker-punches the patriarchy by pairing profane comedy with sharp social critique

POTUS: Or Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive perfectly balances colorful comedy and cultural critique.

Leisure

On the “I Miss You Already + I Haven’t Left Yet” tour, Del Water Gap bridges nostalgia and yearning 

Very few performers leave you with the impression that they belong on stage; but Del Water Gap is clearly an exception.

News

Founders of the Satanic Temple speak on campus about free speech, government, and religion

Co-founders of the Satanic Temple Lucien Greaves and Malcolm Jerry spoke about their mission and activism on Oct. 16 in the HFSC Idol Social Room. The event was met with... Read more

News

‘Silence is violence’: Students demand university action on Palestine

This article does not include names for the personal safety of Georgetown students and faculty. A walkout for Gaza organized by Georgetown Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) drew  several... Read more

Podcasts

Beyond the News: Speaker of the House

This week, Katherine and Sahar discuss the removal of former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the election of Speaker Johnson as McCarthy’s replacement. For more insight into this topic, Katherine... Read more

Podcasts

How They Hustle: Jayden Epps of Georgetown Men’s Basketball

This episode, Caroline and Dylan are extremely excited to be joined by Jayden Epps, point guard for Georgetown Men’s Basketball! Transferring to the Hilltop this spring to play for Coach... Read more

News

College Democrats and Republicans argue worker safety, foreign policy, affirmative action, and more in annual debate

Georgetown College Democrats (GUCD) and College Republicans (GUCR) sparred in their annual debate, moderated by the Georgetown Bipartisan Coalition on Oct. 25. Three members represented each club. Asher Maxwell (CAS... Read more

News

Senator Romney discusses past, present, and future of American politics at Georgetown

U.S. Senator and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney (R-Utah) spoke to a full audience in Lohrfink Auditorium about the state of America’s democracy and his 20 year career in... Read more

Voices

Finding GSPride: Navigating My First-Generation Low-Income (FGLI) Identity at Georgetown

GSP, Georgetown’s program for first-generation and/or low-income students, was the one organization I knew about before arriving on campus. They had reached out to me after my acceptance, assuring me of support in my first year and beyond. When I finally set foot on campus, they welcomed me with a complete bedding set, offering a warm and reassuring sense of belonging.

Sports

Despite injury and ejection, Hoya men’s hockey picks up their first win of the season

The Hoyas completed a comeback in their season opener on Friday, September 15th as they defeated the James Madison Dukes 5-3.  The game started fast-paced. The Hoyas took control of... Read more

Leisure

Troye Sivan’s Something to Give Each Other is a return to utterly lyrical pop

STGEO presents far more warmth than the cool blues of Sivan’s sullen suburbia, lingering more on the highs of new love.

Sports

Senior day disappointment: Football falls to Patriot League leaders #20 Lafayette

Georgetown football (4-5, 2-2 Patriot League) fell behind early on Senior Day and was unable to come back against conference leaders #20 Lafayette (7-1, 3-0 Patriot League). The Hoya running... Read more

News

Photo Gallery: Pro-Palestine march on Washington

On Saturday Nov. 4, tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Freedom Plaza in D.C. for one of the largest pro-Palestine demonstrations in U.S. history.

Sports

Roundup with Ryan: A Q&A with Ryan Mutombo

The Voice had the opportunity to sit down with junior center Ryan Mutombo, one of the only holdovers from the 2021-22 Georgetown men’s basketball team, last week before practice to... Read more

Sports

Women’s basketball battles for bracket dominance

Every March, fans across the country wait with bated breath for the reveal of the NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket. North Carolina dropped to a 2-seed. Gasp. Arkansas is revealed at... Read more

Sports

Men’s basketball seeks a fresh start with new faces

A new era under head coach Ed Cooley is underway for Georgetown men’s basketball, and there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the 2023-24 season. However, many key... Read more

Sports

“Earned, Never Given”: Women’s basketball begins their rebuild

The Georgetown women’s basketball program finds itself in a state of a flux after an inconsistent 2022-23 campaign. Last season was punctuated by some incredible highs and painful lows for... Read more

Sports

BIG EAST men’s basketball predictions

Tier One: Conference Elite 1 Marquette, which topped both the BIG EAST regular season standings as well as the conference tournament last season, is the consensus pick to return to... Read more

Sports

BIG EAST women’s basketball preview

1. UConn’s had a rocky road over the last few years, with a slew of injuries forcing them to navigate life without a consistently healthy roster. Despite these challenges, they managed... Read more

Sports

Meet the new players: Men’s basketball recruits

Rowan Brumbaugh G | Freshman Rowan Brumbaugh returns to his hometown after redshirting for the 2022-23 season at the University of Texas. An ESPN Top 100 prospect in high school,... Read more