Katherine Randolph

Katherine is the Voice's editor-in-chief. She enjoys both causing and covering mayhem, following raccoons on Instagram, and making her own scrunchies.

Carrying On

Carrying On: What COVID-19 taught me about class and my classmates

"It would be a mistake to assume that COVID-19 has created these gaps in educational access. All it’s done is bring them to light."


RHO staff reduced amid restructuring

Georgetown’s Office of Residential Living will restructure their residence hall offices (RHOs) in the 2020-2021 school year, according to an email obtained by the Voice. The message was sent on... Read more


A Revived Blaxa Is Ready To Tell Its Stories

Olivia Francis-Anspach (COL ’21) rarely reads campus news outlets anymore. “I don’t see myself in campus publications. I don’t see myself represented there,” Francis-Anspach said. “I came in freshman year... Read more


QUIZ: Dress Pop Culture Icon Carly Rae Jepsen and I’ll Tell You What Carly Rae Jepsen Song to Listen To

Since 2011’s “Call Me Maybe,” Carly Rae Jepsen has proved time and time again she isn’t like the other girls. We have seen the evidence in all her artistic endeavors,... Read more


Sarah Onori to begin as Title IX and civil rights investigator later this month

Content warning: This article references sexual assault.  On Tuesday, Georgetown announced the onboarding of new Title IX and civil rights investigator Sarah Onori, who will begin work later in February.... Read more


Georgetown announces plans to divest from fossil fuels

This post has been updated to include a statement from GUFF In an email to students on Thursday, university President John DeGioia announced that Georgetown’s Board of Directors approved a... Read more


Students to Vote in Three Referendums on GUSA Ballot

On the upcoming GUSA election ballot, students will vote on three referendums, two of which pertain to sustainability. Though the referendums will not bind the university to action, they present... Read more


GUPD arrests Refuse Fascism protestors in Red Square

GUPD arrested two protesters in Red Square for unlawful entry on Jan. 27. The protestors, Luna Hernandez and Bo Logan, were working with the organization Refuse Fascism to advertise an... Read more


Balling on a Budget: Disparities Persist in Women’s Basketball

Thirty minutes before tipoff on Jan. 10, the Georgetown University Pep Band arrived at McDonough Arena, where exactly 14 Hoya fans were settled in to watch the women’s basketball game.... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: There’s No Place Like Home

Ask anyone and they will tell you that being from Texas and being from San Francisco are the most dominant traits of our personalities. Katie says yee-haw unironically. Roman insists... Read more