Beth Cunniff

Beth graduated from the College in 2019. She was Voice's alumni outreach manager, and the former sports editor. She accepts her role as a privileged Boston sports fan, but there’s really nothing she can do about it.


Lean on Me: Faith Woodard making her mark on women’s basketball

Faith Woodard is trying to leave a legacy. The women’s basketball senior forward played her final regular season home game at historic McDonough Arena on Feb. 19, helping the Hoyas... Read more

Halftime Sports

My team, not my politics

In 2015, a reporter spotted a “Make America Great Again” hat in Tom Brady’s locker. “He’s a friend,” Brady responded, adding that it’d be “great” if Trump were president because... Read more


The Phone Booth: All Aboard the Disillusionment Train

Host Tyler Pearre brings on The Phone Booth’s first guest, Bobby Bancroft of Casual Hoya and an AP freelance writer, to discuss the Hoyas’ recent success. Pearre then speaks with... Read more


The Public School Story DeVos Won’t Tell You

Betsy DeVos, the nominee for secretary of education, has a lot of ideas about the present state of our public education system. In light of this, I’d like to share... Read more


Big East, New Beast: Men’s basketball falls to Marquette in Conference Opener

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (8-5, 0-1 Big East) opened Big East conference play with a 76-66 loss to Marquette (10-3, 1-0 Big East) at the BMO Harris Bradley Center... Read more


Meet the New Girls: Women’s basketball’s new additions look to leave their mark

Cynthia Petke – 6’2” forward, Yaounde, Cameroon Graduation hit the Hoyas’ frontcourt hard. The losses of forwards Dominique Vitalis and Logan Battle, two key contributors at the position last season,... Read more


Thank you, Papi

I was five years old when David Ortiz signed with the Boston Red Sox. Living in New Jersey, I was surrounded by Yankees, Mets, and Phillies fans, but I was... Read more


Stick-ing Together: Field Hockey uses collective effort to down Longwood University

On Sunday afternoon, the Georgetown women’s field hockey team (4-8) won their second match in three games by defeating the Longwood University Lancers (6-5, MAC) by a final score of... Read more