Isaac Solly

Isaac Solly is a sophomore assistant news editor in the College studying government. He claims to be from Idaho despite having an English accent.


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Georgetown Explained: Climate activism and sustainability

While Georgetown has, at times, been considered a leader among college campuses in environmental sustainability, its level of commitment to certain sustainable causes over the years has varied. For the... Read more

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Fewer students are returning to classes this fall. Here’s what they’ll be doing instead.

As classes start, not every Georgetown student will be joining their peers on Zoom.  Citing concerns about virtual learning and the cost of an online education, more students than Georgetown... Read more

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D.C. statehood is closer than ever to becoming a reality. The Senate has a problem with that.

For the first time in history, D.C. statehood has been approved by a house of Congress, passing the House in a 232-180 vote on June 26.  Despite the vote, and... Read more

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Brooke Pinto presumptive winner of Ward 2 primary

Foggy Bottom ANC Commissioner Patrick Kennedy officially conceded the Democratic primary election in the Ward 2 council election on June 6 following the release of new vote counts that saw... Read more

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D.C. holds primaries, no winner yet announced in Ward 2 race

D.C. held its presidential and city primaries on June 2 amid continuing protests in response to the killing of George Floyd by a police officer while in custody and the... Read more

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Eric Trump appearance draws protest, condemnation

Georgetown University College Republicans (GUCR) hosted Eric Trump (MSB ’06) and Charlie Kirk in Lohrfink Auditorium on Feb. 25. The pair’s appearance sparked controversy across campus groups, including statements of... Read more

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Satellite Caucuses involve D.C. in Iowa chaos

Iowans in 27 out-of-state locations across the US and abroad were able to participate in their state’s primary election remotely on Feb. 3.  Instead of returning to Iowa, Georgetown students... Read more

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Warren wins GU Politics Mockus

GU Politics hosted its second ever “Mockus,” a student-focused simulation of the Iowa caucus, on Jan. 28. Student supporters of Democratic candidates for president moved into groups to vote and... Read more

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On the record: Spring 2020 GU Politics fellows

On Jan. 16, the Voice sat down with the spring 2020 class of GU Politics fellows to capture their thoughts, on the record. The class includes: Lily Adams, a Democratic... Read more

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GU Politics releases Civility Poll, shows growing divisions

On Oct. 23, Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service released its Civility Poll, a nationwide survey of 1,000 likely voters as part of GU Politics’ Battleground Poll. The poll... Read more