Caitlyn Cobb


One Year Later: Students Reflect on the National Political Climate

Last year, in the weeks leading up to the election, the Voice interviewed students and asked for their perspectives on the national political climate. In those interviews, students discussed how... Read more


Georgetown signs new Nike contract after ensuring WRC monitoring access

Georgetown University has facilitated a new protocol between Nike, Inc. and the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC), a monitoring group, as a part of a new licensing agreement between the university... Read more


An ACTS to Grind: The Road to Unionizing DC Charter Schools

“We had put in a ton of work throughout the entire year, and then to have that all be for naught in the end was discouraging.” David Koenig spearheaded an effort... Read more


Track and Field Impresses at Raleigh Relays

Georgetown’s Track and Field teams placed in the top ten for three events—the men’s and women’s 4X400m and in the men’s 800m—in the Raleigh Relays on March 24 and 25.... Read more


In Chartered Waters: School Choice in the District

“We certainly are keenly aware of the fact that you have choices and your children can go anywhere,” Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) Antwan Wilson said... Read more


Students Share Thoughts on Post-Election Political Climate

Before last Tuesday’s election, the Voice reached out to Georgetown students to hear their opinions on the presidential candidates, the country’s political climate, and political discussion on campus. Then, on... Read more


Students Share Their Thoughts on the Election and the Nation’s Political Climate

For months now, talk of the upcoming elections has been everywhere. It has been virtually impossible to open a news site or to scroll through Twitter without encountering yet another... Read more

Carrying On

Carrying On: The Courtesy of Courage

We are afraid of many things. We fear the prospect of children dying in Nigeria when the impending famine hits, or becoming paralyzed because Boko Haram is blocking efforts to... Read more


Federal Ruling Sparks TA Unionization Discussions across Campuses

Teaching and research assistants at private universities like Georgetown gained the right to unionize on Aug. 23 with a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling, the Voice reported on Sept.... Read more


Georgetown TAs consider unionization after ruling

On Aug. 23, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that students working as teaching and research assistants at private universities have the right to unionize. This decision gives both... Read more