In this episode of Fresh Voices, Julia talks with Caroline about her mom’s death and how the way she misses her has changed.
When DeVaughn Bell was admitted into the Georgetown Pivot Program, he posted a picture of his Georgetown ID alongside his prison ID on social media. His family and friends, he said, could not believe that he had gotten into Georgetown. Bell smiled as he told the story—he was proud of how far he had come…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Julia talks with Emma and Isabel about the institution of marriage, female friendship, and if “the one” exists.
Georgetown students are voting on a referendum to add a $27.20 per semester fee to fund projects benefiting the descendants of the 272 enslaved people sold by the university in 1838. The Vote No campaign, led by Sam Dubke (COL ’21) and Hayley Grande (COL ’21), has been sharing quotes on Facebook of a Baton…
In this episode of Fresh Voices, Julia talks with Rebecca Zaritsky about autism and the neurodiversity movement.
The Voices section reached out to Voice alumni from throughout our 50 years and asked them the question, What does the Voice mean to you? Jason Kelly (COL ’96) Editor-in-Chief, Spring 1995 My memories of the Voice are too numerous to capture in a couple hundred words, unless I default to a Larry King-like, ellipses-riddled regurgitation….
Wondering what were the biggest stories the Voice covered over the past decade? Luckily, we looked through our archives so you don’t have to. Apr. 14, 2009 President Obama gives speech in Gaston Hall in front of covered IHS symbol When President Barack Obama gave an economic policy speech in Gaston Hall, the gold IHS, symbolizing…
Georgetown University recently acquired an office building at 500 First Street NW, located directly south of the Georgetown University Law Center. The university paid $70 million for the building according to an agreement posted to the D.C. Recorder of Deeds. The acquisition of the building will be beneficial for the entire Georgetown community, a university…