Graham Krewinghaus

Graham is a junior in the College and the managing editor. He cares too much about the Boston Celtics, and the proper amount about the Georgetown Voice.


On Cape Cod, a “surreal” summer batting among the best

I pull into the parking lot of the Falmouth Rec Center on June 13 to find it completely full of fans looking for a good game of Cape Cod Baseball... Read more


AIR is the perfect sneakerhead movie

The film, shot with the precision and smoothness of Michael Jordan’s own jumper, masterfully honors both the shoe line and the player.


Kenneth Bond, freed after 27 years, still fighting for exoneration

Kenneth Bond, who was the subject of a documentary for Georgetown’s Making an Exoneree (MAE) class, has been released from incarceration after 27 years. Now, he hopes to be exonerated.


‘Cats call curtains on Ewing era in first round rout

47 years and 342 days ago, Villanova men’s basketball sent Patrick Ewing and the Georgetown Hoyas home in his last game as a collegiate player. It was the 1985 national... Read more


No. 9 ECU Pirates leave Hoyas stranded in baseball’s fourth straight loss after hot start

Georgetown baseball (6-5, BIG EAST) left Greenville, N.C. empty-handed on Sunday, dropping an afternoon game 11-2 to a confident home team in the No. 9 East Carolina University Pirates (7-3,... Read more


“Wake up!”: Sluggish Hoyas drop winnable home game to St. John’s

Georgetown men’s basketball (7-22, 2-16 BIG EAST) lost their penultimate home game of the season on Wednesday night to the St. John’s Red Storm (17-12, 7-11 BIG EAST), 79-70. Defined... Read more


GUPR sit-ins resume in Healy following university’s inconclusive report

GUPR resumed its sit-in after the investigation of the racist hate crime perpetrated against LaHannah Giles came back inconclusive.


More of the same as Men’s Basketball falls to Creighton

On Wednesday, Georgetown men’s basketball (6-17, 1-11 BIG EAST) lost convincingly to the Creighton Bluejays (14-8, 8-3 BIG EAST), 53-63, in Capital One Arena. The game was only their second... Read more


Hoyas fend off Blue Demons, end conference skid with confident win

Georgetown women’s basketball (9-9, 2-7 BIG EAST) beat the DePaul Blue Demons (11-8, 4-4 BIG EAST) at McDonough Arena on Wednesday night, a much-needed showing in what has so far... Read more


Student tutors rise to meet evolving needs at motel-turned-migrant shelter

A new D.C. Schools Project cohort goes to Days Inn to tutor newcomer migrant children, encountering more fundamental needs in the process.