Caitriona Pagni

Hilltop Activities

Sex at Georgetown

Editors note: This post is intended to provide a realistic and informative picture of sex at Georgetown. The information in this post is generally common knowledge and does not come from... Read more


The Final Push: An ongoing struggle for an academic diversity requirement

On Feb. 7, 2000, 300 students stood crowded together in Red Square. They gathered together in the cold, listening to the voices of their fellow students echoing through the square.... Read more


The Duff is not ugly or fat

The Duff, directed by Ari Sandel and based on the novel by Kody Keplinger, will bring you back to familiar moments of invisibility (and worse, unasked for visibility). The film... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Take Your Vinyasa: Pop-Up Yoga at the Botanical Gardens

If you are looking for the perfect way to say goodbye to winter and welcome in springtime, it’s difficult to imagine a better way to do so than free yoga... Read more


Georgetown Israel Alliance amends GUSA endorsement criteria

Early on Wednesday morning the Georgetown Israel Alliance altered its endorsement criteria for GUSA presidential candidates to remove all language about the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction Movement. The change came... Read more


DC’s El Camino not a walk to remember

El Camino has a long road to travel until it can live up to the vibrancy and flavor of great Mexican cuisine. Although it offers an imaginative and appealing array... Read more


Forgetting the resume: Serving the community for the good of others

I went to Mass once. It wasn’t that bad. In fact, aside from the tedious group prayers that harken to memories of my 6 year-old self squirming in a pew... Read more


The Range offers array of American classics

There is nothing like watching the fluorescent glare of an H&M sign on the other side of a shopping mall to complete any fine dining experience. Although The Range’s curved... Read more


Don’t Stop Believing: The Catholic perspective on Georgetown’s religious identity

Early yesterday afternoon, three unidentified men approached the front gates and set up camp in Healy Circle. They carried black signs with white lettering that read “Repent and Believe the... Read more


Fall Fashion ’14

From the steps of Lau, to Healy Hall, and around to Henle Village, the Voice helps you stay in style as you weave your way through the maze that is... Read more