Inès de Miranda

Inès graduated from Georgetown in May 2020.
During her time at the Voice, she served as chair of the Editorial Board and wrote for most sections.


Voice Staffers’ Favorite Summer Reads

The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison I read The Bluest Eye in the eleventh grade, and it had a sense of realness that books hadn’t yet held for me. It wasn’t... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Halftime’s Game of Thrones Recap: Season 3

Halftime continues with our Game of Thrones recaps in preparation for the release of season eight on Sunday, April 14. Here is our recap of season three. Warning: This post... Read more

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Trailer Takes: Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, Godzilla: King of Monsters, and Good Boys

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase: Sky: Oh man, if this movie had come out when I was 10 years old I know I would have been all over... Read more

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With a Powerful Lead, Russian Doll is an Intricate Vision of Heart

The drugs, dildoes, and death jump out immediately in this series, but eventually come to barely figure in the background of this innovative story about finding a path in life... Read more


Finding His Voice: John Baldoni recalls pictures, protests, and the early days of the Voice

As the Voice nears our 50th anniversary in March, we are looking back at our history, alumni, and life after the Voice. John Baldoni (COL ’74) arrived on the Hilltop in... Read more

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Best of 2018: Television

The Voice‘s “Best Of” section would be incomplete without all the amazing shows and seasons that came out in 2018. When it comes to all the binge-watch-worthy series, Halftime will always... Read more

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Trailer Takes: Artemis Fowl, Happy Death Day 2U, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2

Artemis Fowl— Dajour: The name Artemis Fowl sounds recognizable; that is the most I can offer about this trailer. Judging from the comments on the trailer, this film is based... Read more


DeGioia hosts 18th annual Thanksgiving Dinner

University President John DeGioia hosted his annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Nov. 21. First held 18 years ago, the event invites undergraduate and graduate students to join the DeGioia family for... Read more


DeGioia invites campus community to discuss proposed Title IX regulations

University President John DeGioia sent an email to the Georgetown community explaining how the university’s plans to respond to the proposed Title IX regulations released by the Department of Education... Read more


Students disappointed by SAMAC update

Some students feel that the Sexual Assault and Misconduct Advisory Committee (SAMAC) has not made enough concrete progress following an email SAMAC sent to Georgetown faculty, staff, and students on... Read more