Courtnie Baek


Romney talks business and 2016 presidential politics at Georgetown

On Sept. 30, former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney opened a dialogue in Lohrfink Auditorium with Georgetown students in the form of question and answer, addressing student-led issues such as... Read more


Beyond Title IX: Georgetown’s changing conversation around sexual assault

“The sexual harassment of students, including sexual violence, interferes with students’ right to receive an education free from discrimination and, in the case of sexual violence, is a crime.” –U.S.... Read more

Hilltop Activities

Greek life at Georgetown

As a 225-year old Jesuit institution, Georgetown has had a lukewarm relationship with Greek life. The university has long maintained its stance that Greek organizations are incompatible with the University’s... Read more


On the record with Dr. Joel Hellman

On Tuesday, the Voice spoke with the incoming Dean of the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Joel Hellman, Ph.D. Why Georgetown? What do you find appealing about our University, specifically... Read more


Georgetown students march to raise awareness for She Leads Burkina Campaign

On Wednesday, April 3, four Georgetown students marched the historical walk of the 1965 Civil Rights movement between Selma and Montgomery to raise awareness for She Leads Burkina (SLB) Campaign.... Read more


Cups for Campus distributes cups to prevent spread of communicable diseases

Cups for Campus, a new initiative that promotes healthy campus lifestyles by preventing the spread of communicable diseases through disposable cups, will launch on March 20 in Red Square. “In... Read more


Latin@ Leadership Forum proposes Casa Latina to serve as a safe space for Latino Hoyas

The Latin@ Leadership Forum shared a survey with members of the Georgetown community on Feb 18. to gain support for a Latino House, Casa Latina. The Forum claims that Casa... Read more


Student Employment Experience Committee strives to improve student worker conditions

On Feb. 2, Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olsen announced the creation of the Student Employment Experience Committee (SEEC). The committee hosted a listening session last Thursday in the... Read more


Homecoming: Korea’s pop idol retreats from fame to Georgetown

Georgetown is a political place and its most famous alums and affiliates are political figures. Kings and queens, presidents and congressmen all have ties to Georgetown. Georgetown boasts a significant... Read more


SFS and MSB collaborate to introduce new Global Business major and fellowship

The School of Foreign Service and the McDonough Business School officially launched the Global Business Major and Fellowship Program (GBUS) this spring semester. SFS and MSB students were first notified... Read more