Jack Townsend

Jack is the Voice's executive news editor.


Carrying On: 38 days and not counting at the Tombs

"In February, I accepted the Tombs’ annual challenge for seniors. On every one of the last 99 days of senior year, I planned to descend into the Tombs and hand the bartender my ID as proof of my attendance. I found the cheapest items on the menu and set aside enough money for all the checks. If you make it, they’ll put your name on a plaque, and how can you put a dollar value on that?"


Slow Start Dooms Men’s Basketball against Seton Hall

Photo by John Picker/The Georgetown VoiceThe Georgetown’s men’s basketball team opened their game against No. 12 Seton Hall without sophomore guard Mac McClung, one of their leading scorers, and it... Read more


Protesters, arrested Monday, return to Georgetown to invite students to impeachment protest

Protesters from the group Refuse Fascism returned to campus on Tuesday Jan. 28 after GUPD arrested two members of their group in Red Square on Monday. Like the previous day,... Read more


AASA holds event in solidarity with detained student

The Asian American Student Association (AASA) held an event on Nov. 17 in solidarity with Victor Liu (COL ’21), a College student who is barred from leaving China. China is... Read more


Mark Zuckerberg Visits Georgetown to Discuss Free Expression

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg spoke and answered questions about free expression in Gaston Hall on Thursday. The event, titled “A Conversation on Free Expression,” began with a 35-minute speech articulating... Read more


Jack the Bulldog Succeeds Jack the Bulldog

Soon there will be a new top dog on campus. After six years as the university’s mascot, Jack the Bulldog will be moving on, Georgetown announced Thursday. University spokesperson Rachel... Read more


It’s All Greek to Me: Fraternities and Sororities on the Hilltop

Every September, as New Student Orientation winds down, Georgetown undergraduates receive words of caution in their inboxes. An email, this year from Dean of Students Jeanne Lord, tells students that... Read more


Acting Out: Students Bring Change to the Hilltop

Georgetown’s front gates sit roughly four miles from the United States Capitol. Perhaps it is this proximity to policymakers, or the university’s Jesuit identity, that make Georgetown a haven for... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Trailer Takes: Unicorn Store, Toy Story Four, and Dora the Explorer: The Lost City of Gold.

Unicorn Store: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bwx3gxdxsxg Katie: Hmmmm ok, I am more than a little confused by this trailer. The thing that first jumped out of me was the Captain Marvel (2019) dream... Read more


Students Adapt to Life in Hotel After Repairs Force Them from Vil B

On the Wednesday before he had to vacate his top-floor Village B apartment, Suraag Srinivas (SFS ’20) had some friends over. He described it as a celebration soured by the... Read more