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Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile is wacky, weird, and wonderful

Shawn Mendes as a singing crocodile is objectively absurd, and yet, I loved it.

News

Georgetown makes progress on its twenty-year plan with anticipated construction of interdisciplinary building

While no specific timeline for the new interdisciplinary building is yet available, community members recently shared their visions for it.

Leisure

IDLES brings “hard rock for softies” to The Anthem

From their first album, 2017’s Brutalism, Bristol-based outfit IDLES established themselves as a punk band driven by one vital goal: cultivating joy and compassion in a painful and unjust world.

Features

Beyond the booty pops: Get to really know the Mr. Georgetown contestants

A look at the 2022 Mr. Georgetown contestants, each of whom will perform and compete in Gaston Hall on Oct. 7 to defend the honor of their respective clubs.

Halftime Leisure

Noah Kahan’s “Northern Attitude” prepares us for earlier sunsets

Just in time for the change in the weather, Noah Kahan thaws hardened hearts with his song “Northern Attitude.” With this new single, the singer-songwriter follows up the release of... Read more

News

“More women mean more peace”: Albright symposium reflects on the importance of women in foreign service

Six months after the death of professor and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, the Georgetown community honored her legacy.

Voices

You can’t spell cura personalis without CRP: Collegiate Recovery Programs and why Georgetown students need one

In accordance with its central tenet of care for the whole person, Georgetown University should provide sufficient support to students in recovery by establishing a Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP).

Leisure

Snippets from a Strokes concert

I was on a mission to experience The Strokes in all of their manifest, authentic glory at least once in my life, and nothing could stand in my way. 

News

New Georgetown Politics fellows stress involvement, dialogue, and respectful bipartisanship

The new GU Politics fellows sat down with the Voice and talked through their expectations and goals for the next year.

Uncategorized

Still Rolling: WSOC Continues its Win Streak Against Creighton

Coming off a 1-0 win against St. John’s last week, the No. 23 Georgetown women’s soccer team (6-1-3, 2-0-0 Big East) kept up their streak and defeated Creighton (4-2-4, 0-2-0... Read more

Voices

Searching for a smile: Reconsidering trauma narratives in media

Dominant representation of trauma-centered narratives paints a misguided image that happiness is rare—or even unattainable—for people of color.

Leisure

Bad Bunny’s “World’s Hottest Tour” is the perfect summer send-off

Bad Bunny transported concert-goers to the beaches of Puerto Rico and gave D.C. a much-needed opportunity to let loose and say goodbye to summer.  

Halftime Sports

More than legend: A tribute to Serena Williams

When Serena Williams stepped onto Arthur Ashe for the final tournament of her career, cheers from a sold-out crowd rumbled across the U.S. Open stadium as her daughter Olympia looked... Read more

Sports

Field Frustrations: Club sports teams deprioritized

When Georgetown Athletics told the men’s rugby team they couldn’t use Cooper Field just two hours before their scheduled practice time, the team played anyway—on Healy Lawn, cleats and all. ... Read more

News

After nearly two years of dislodgement, GSP is proudly returning home

The Georgetown Scholars Program (GSP) is finally returning to a renovated, permanent space in Healy Hall next year.

Voices

Beyond inclusivity: Why Georgetown must better support its affinity spaces

We need to radically and intentionally reimagine what successful affinity spaces should look like, and the conditions must be set by the people they’re made for.

Halftime Leisure

Why changing the structure of The Bachelorette during it’s 19th season was a power move

Any fan of Bachelor Nation is likely very familiar with the setup of each season: one eligible bachelor or bachelorette, and about 30 contestants swooning over them from day one.... Read more

Halftime Sports

Aaron Judge’s home run chase restores the mythology of records

There is a unique mythology surrounding records in baseball, a canon of stories behind the numbers that demonstrate the Herculean exploits of individual players. And no record has greater mythology—and... Read more

Features

All pup and plenty of play makes Jack the Bulldog Georgetown’s best boy

An in-depth look into the history, controversy, and daily life of Georgetown's mascot, Jack the Bulldog, and his many caretakers.

Leisure

Don’t worry, darling, about Don’t Worry Darling

Allow me to reassure you: Beyond the gossip and noise, there’s no cause for concern.

Voices

Injustice against Palestine: Are Americans culpable?

As Americans, our conversations domestically have large-scale ripple effects abroad, our political and social presence influences international verdicts, and our neutrality deters the liberation of Palestine.

Sports

Go Home, Country Roads: WSOC Takes Down WVU at Home

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon on the Hilltop, the No. 17/11 Georgetown Hoyas (4-1-3) squared off against the West Virginia Mountaineers (3-3-3) as they wrapped up their non conference slate.... Read more

News

Class (action) not dismissed: Fight to dissolve 568 Presidents Group continues

Former students of 17 universities have sued, alleging the institutions colluded, price-fixed, and limited students' financial aid.

Leisure

A rousing ensemble cast elevates the script of The Woman King and gives the film its power

Despite some narrative and visual deficiencies, The Woman King succeeds in its dedication to painting a full picture of life in Dahomey.

News

Launch of Hoya Transit pilot sees surge of student interest

4,067 students will enter the Hoya Transit Pilot Program and receive a $100 SmarTrip credit to determine the viability of a U-Pass program.