Margaret Gach

Margaret is the former editor-in-chief of The Georgetown Voice. She was a STIA major and heroically fought for the right to make every print headline a pun.


D.C. residents bring racial equity to the city’s climate change conversation

Dennis Chestnut has lived in the far northeast corner of Washington, D.C., since he was born. He speaks with pride about its history as one of the most diverse areas... Read more


On the Record: President DeGioia on Title IX, the GU272, and more

Former editor-in-chief of the Voice, Margaret Gach (SFS ’19) sat down with Georgetown University President John DeGioia (COL ’79) to discuss the biggest campus news of the past academic year.... Read more


Students Search for Common Ground Amidst Rising Partisanship

Georgetown students on campus in 2009 were living in the heart of political upheaval. Barack Obama, the first black president, brought Democrats back to the White House for the first... Read more


Student Groups Navigate Shifting Media Landscape

This issue focuses on the Voice’s 50-year history, but we are part of a larger network of student groups dedicated to journalism on campus. While we’re often in friendly (and... Read more


Former tennis coach pleads not guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges

Former Georgetown tennis coach Gordon Ernst plead not guilty on Monday to charges he accepted $2.7 million in bribes to smooth students’ acceptances to the university. This was Ernsts’ second... Read more


Georgetown Gave URI Positive Reference for Former Tennis Coach after Internal Investigation into Admissions Misconduct

Georgetown did not inform the University of Rhode Island (URI) about an internal investigation into Gordon Ernst, Georgetown’s former tennis coach indicted in the nationwide college admissions scandal on Tuesday,... Read more


Georgetown Residential Minister, Law Student on Crashed Ethiopian Airlines Flight

Cedric Asiavugwa (LAW ’19), a residential minister in New South and a Georgetown Law student, was one of the victims on the Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed on Sunday. The... Read more


Cardinals Sin: Georgetown Appeases, Frustrates Students Seeking Revocation of Honorary Degrees

Following months of student activism and internal discussions among top administrators, Georgetown University announced it was revoking the honorary degree it conferred on Theodore McCarrick, former cardinal and archbishop of... Read more


Georgetown Revokes Honorary Degree from Theodore McCarrick

Georgetown University has revoked the 2004 honorary degree it conferred on Theodore McCarrick, former cardinal and archbishop of D.C. The decision, announced by university President John DeGioia on Tuesday afternoon,... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Trailer Takes: The Sun is Also A Star, Shaft, and Shazam!

The Sun is Also A Star: Jake: What I’ve always appreciated about every rom-com made after the release of Notting Hill (1999) on May 13, 1999 is how definitively... Read more