Annemarie Cuccia

Annemarie is the Voice's managing editor and a junior in the SFS whose greatest pride is her pun headlines. She has been described as "well acquainted with vegetables."


BREAKING: University announces spring 2021 plans

Georgetown will be conducting the spring semester in a hybrid format, with the majority of classes remaining online and some seniors allowed to move back to campus.


UPDATED: University promises action on GU 272; student advocacy group remains skeptical

The following story has been updated to include clarification from a university spokesperson and ensuing response from the GUSA BOD representatives.  Members of the Georgetown administration promised a plan to... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Christian girl autumn

It’s fall y’all.  Okay, I know I’m like a year late on this trend, and I must admit, not a member of its titular group. But as the wind blows... Read more


On-campus students attempt to form community amid rising cases

The approximately 500 students on Georgetown’s campus are navigating not only a rigorous COVID-19 testing schedule and the burden of virtual school but also the challenge of forming a community... Read more


GUSA Senate election sees success of progressive candidates

Progressive candidates largely dominated in this year’s GUSA Senate elections, according to official results released by the Election Commission on Sept. 20. The election came amid public internal criticisms of... Read more


GUSA Senate election petition period extended, four senators drop from the race

Amid a slew of resignations and criticism of GUSA, the GUSA Senate extended the petition period for candidates to get on the ballot for the Senate elections beginning on Sept.... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Ten alternate versions of WAP

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s new female sexual empowerment anthem, “WAP”, is certainly a hot topic of conversation. The song, whose acronymic title stands for “wet ass pussy,” has... Read more

News Commentary

The name changed. The forces keeping Native Americans out of Georgetown did not.

Tristin Sam (SFS ’23) thinks he might be the only Native American most Georgetown students meet in their lives.  This isn’t a radical claim—Sam is one of three Native students... Read more


What a smoke-free campus means for you

Nearly four years after students voted in favor of making Georgetown a smoke-free campus, the university implemented the policy on Aug. 15.  The students who voted for the proposal in... Read more


‘How close we got’: The Georgetown RA union that almost was

When Andrew Adams (NHS ’20) and Chad Gasman (COL ’20) graduated Georgetown this spring, they left behind a movement that never fully came to fruition.  The pair helped lead the... Read more