Annemarie Cuccia

Annemarie is the Voice's editor in chief and a senior in the SFS who has been described as "well acquainted with vegetables." She's probably the first Oklahoman you've met and takes that responsibility far too seriously.


News

Nellie’s Sports Bar attempts to reopen one month after security dragged a Black woman down the stairs

CW: This article references violence to Black and LGBTQ+ individuals and communities. Nellie’s reopened and broke a month-long public silence following their closure on June 13, the day after Keisha... Read more

News

Protesters call for Nellie’s Sports Bar to close after bar security dragged a Black woman down the stairs

Protesters gathered in front of Nellie’s Sports Bar, calling for the local community to boycott the well-known gay bar after a viral video.

News

Georgetown resumes salary increases, retirement contributions

For the first time since the pandemic began, Georgetown employees will be eligible for salary increases and receive retirement contributions from the university.

Podcasts

First Time Long Time: The one with conspiracy theories

Roman and Nathan remember the Capitals 2018 championship (0:35), take a quick look around the MLB (6:32) and debate how many tries it would take them to throw a no-hitter... Read more

Uncategorized

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 Leisure

The Weekly List: Ten animal pairs I’d rather watch fight than Godzilla and Kong

I’ll be honest; I know nothing about Godzilla vs. Kong (2021). I have not seen the film and I do not plan to. I have not seen any previous Godzilla... Read more

Performance

Signature Theatre’s Midnight at the Never Get breaks just the right amount of promises

The premise is deceptively simple. It is a cabaret show about the fabulous and dramatic lives of a songwriter and a performer at the close of the golden age of... Read more

News

Is it enough? Georgetown’s diversity requirement comes under scrutiny

Representatives from academic councils and student groups have worked to compile research on what a revamped requirement could look like. 

Halftime Leisure

The Bachelor’s transformation should be painful—and it should be public

The six million Americans who tune into the Bachelor every Monday (and everyone who watches it after) are not here for love.  Honestly, the purpose of the franchise, the promise... Read more

News

A budding industry: D.C. is ready to take the next step toward legalizing the sale of marijuana 

The continued criminalization of purchasing cannabis has most harmed D.C.’s Black residents, a historic inequality new bills hope to address.