Dayana Morales Gomez

Dayana Morales Gomez is the former editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Voice. She graduated from the School of Foreign Service.


Voices

We aren’t kitten around: Stop catcalling and inappropriate behavior

I was running like I had never run before. The wind was blowing through my hair,  adding wings that made me feel extra aerodynamic. I had taken my earbuds out... Read more

Features

Start Me Up: The business of student startups

It was a pleasant winter evening in Rwanda, where the temperature rarely dips below 60 degrees no matter the season. Ann Yang (SFS ’15) and Phil Wong (SFS ’15) took... Read more

Leisure

Reel Talk: Leave it to the imagination

As an industrious college student, there’s nothing I love more than killing time by watching movie trailers. Something about the instant gratification and cheesy melodramatic music really gets me going. ... Read more

Leisure

Reel Talk: Is the Bechdel Test enough to save the female lead?

The film industry, like the majority of industries, has a female problem. That’s probably not the first time you’ve heard that, but people have started to try to objectively assess... Read more

News

University mandates third-year housing requirement

In an effort to finally address neighborly concerns of off-campus student misconduct, the University announced a new policy mandating students to live in on-campus housing for three years, thus moving... Read more

Leisure

Reel Talk: History repeats itself, almost

With Hollywood running out of ideas, there has been a resurgence of historical films. In the past two years alone, we’ve seen blockbuster releases such as Argo, Dallas Buyers Club,... Read more

Leisure

Watergate Italian warrants inspection

Richard Nixon brought notoriety to the Watergate complex almost half a century ago when he sent his henchmen to break into the Democratic National Committee headquarters. Fortunately, the building still... Read more

Features

A Republic of Letters: Promoting social change through poetry

WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD is true. I was in his house. His wife carried a tray of coffee and sugar. His daughter filed her nails, his son went out for... Read more

Leisure

Anderson’s volcano film fails to erupt

Guy is bad. Guy likes girl. Girl is in trouble. Guy becomes good so he can help girl—pretty much every rom-com you’ve seen this year, or ever. It seems counterintuitive... Read more

Leisure

In/Finite Earth exhibits artistic expression

When I think of artists with disabilities, I tend to imagine Chuck Close, photorealist artist paralyzed from the waist down, or any other artist with the kind of disability I... Read more