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.


Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds finds a captive audience in the nostalgic and weird

On October 25 Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds performed at The Anthem to a full audience. The band, whose first iteration was formed in 1983 and now has a... Read more


Concert Preview: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds with Cigarettes After Sex, Oct. 25, The Anthem

Nick Cave is probably best known as the frontman of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, a post-punk group formed by three musicians in 1983, which now includes him and... Read more


GUSA Senate election features low turnout, calls to improve GUSA’s transparency

The GUSA Election Commission announced the results of the election for seven freshmen GUSA Senate seats, four at-large senators, and three junior Senate seats on their Twitter page in the... Read more

Halftime Leisure

All Things Emmys: Predictions, Predications, and Preparations

As two ladies who love television, the Emmys are our Superbowl Sunday. However, some shows got robbed and a lot of what we’re seeing nominated is pretty repetitive of past... Read more


Students raise concerns about Title IX Office vacancy

When five Georgetown students learned that Georgetown’s first full-time Title IX coordinator had left her position in June, they demanded answers from the university. The students claimed in an open letter addressed to... Read more


D.C. Voters approve Initiative 77 during city’s primary

D.C. residents headed to the polls on June 18 to vote in the city’s primary, where 55% approved Initiative 77, which would make the city’s minimum wage the same for... Read more


GSP to hire full-time psychologist, continuing CAPS satellite trend

The university announced it will be hiring a full-time staff psychologist for the Georgetown Scholarship Program (GSP), expanding its part-time counselor position. The position was originally created two years ago... Read more


The Miracle Season is Average, But in a Good Way

There is a genre of film, often based on true stories, that is characterized by its coupling of heart-wrenching tragedies with inspirational tales of hope and redemption. The Miracle Season... Read more


Trailer Takes: Sicario 2: Day of Soldado, Eighth Grade, and Tag

Sicario 2: Day of Soldado – Sam: Mixed feelings from me on this one. Soldado is the sequel to Sicario (2015), a violent, unfettered foray into the war against... Read more


Panel on successful movements stresses the importance of student activism

Panelists looked at the causes of success in social and political movements during a discussion at Georgetown on March 23. Convened by University President John DeGioia, the panel, “What Makes... Read more