Feminism is a dirty word. It accuses and it undermines. It passes judgment. It makes me squirm when I hear it. Frankly, it’s a bitch. I do not feel comfortable... Read more
A special screening of Matías Piñeiro’s Viola opened the 24th AFI Latin American Film Festival last week. At sixty-five minutes long, Viola is on the shorter side. Yet, like many of the films showcased at the festival, it requires a substantial emotional investment from its audience by accumulating small moments and glimpses into an intimate narrative of the characters’ lives.
In the past year, Georgetown has been cited in national media as a trailblazer in LGBTQ issues for a Catholic university. Although seeing students sporting “I am” shirts and toting rainbow flags around campus feels as normal today to the average student as Nantucket Reds and Sperrys, activists say Georgetown still has a long way to go before it can truly call itself “gay-friendly.”
On Sep. 4, GUPD Chief of Police Jay Gruber sat down with the Voice to discuss enforcement of the new open container policy. Will GUPD be modeling the enforcement of... Read more
Sequestration measures passed earlier this year by Congress have led to a 5.1 percent funding cut from Federal Work Study programs, which will negatively affect financial aid and research spending... Read more
This year’s NSO will not include a mandatory sexual assault education workshop, but instead will offer a voluntary sexual assault awareness social event.
One. Two. Three. I stood over the toilet, staring down a toothbrush clutched in my hand. I couldn’t stop. I drove the toothbrush to the back of my throat, and I doubled over and gripped the walls of the stall as what was once my dinner burned my insides.