Editorial Board

The Editorial Board is the official opinion of the Georgetown Voice. Its current composition can be found on the masthead. The Board strives to publish critical analyses of events at both Georgetown and in the wider D.C. community. We welcome everyone from all backgrounds and experience levels to join us!


Editorials

GU’s STI: Sexually Transmitted Ignorance

The fact that Georgetown does not offer free STI screenings compromises the overall sexual health of the campus and sends the message that Georgetown is not concerned with its students’ health.

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Stuck in the middle (school reading level)

President George W. Bush’s much maligned education law may not leave any children behind, but it is pulling them forward far too late.

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Cuban embargo should be an easy out

Baseball and politics, like all good things, are even more interesting together.

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Hoya hoops good in every way

With a reserved passion emanating from coach John Thompson III, the Hoyas have demolished expectations and represented their school in a positive way by excelling on the court and in the community.

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Three years and no good news in Iraq

The appropriate gift for a third anniversary is crystal. Perhaps we can offer some crystal clear advice.

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Bias reporting system goes unreported

Whether or not students choose to admit it, discrimination is a problem at Georgetown.

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It is time to start asking and telling

Not even the combined power of three-dozen law schools can force the government to give up discrimination against homosexuals.

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Russ Feingold right to call for censure

As the only senator who voted against the USA Patriot Act in the days after Sept. 11, Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wi.) has a history of being a Congressional underdog. On... Read more

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Swift kick to Google’s private parts

On Tuesday, A federal district court judge said he intends to rule that Google must cooperate with a Department of Justice subpoena demanding records of users’ search requests. This decision is a strong blow against the right to Internet privacy.