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.


University takes lead in aerial gondola coalition

Georgetown University has joined a regional coalition to support the study and construction of an aerial gondola system from Georgetown to Rosslyn over the Potomac River. As a coordinating committee... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Trailer Take: Isn’t it Romantic, The Aftermath, and Green Book

Isn’t it Romantic — Margaret: This trailer was sent to my apartment’s group chat almost the second it dropped, and my first reaction was “Isn’t this just I Feel... Read more

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Moxy Früvous

I have never met anyone else outside of my family who has heard of “Moxy Früvous,” which makes sense. As a 90s politically satirical folk-pop band from Canada, I could... Read more


She Runs the World: A Conversation with Dorothy McAuliffe, Former First Lady of Virginia

In this episode of She Runs the World, Kaei Li and Emily Jaster are joined by News Editor Margaret Gach in a discussion with Dorothy McAuliffe, the former First Lady... Read more


Nair/Rahman win 2018 GUSA executive election

Sahil Nair (SFS ‘19) and Naba Rahman (SFS ‘19) have won the 2018 GUSA executive election by a margin of 36 votes. The GUSA Election Commission announced the results on... Read more


GUSA restructuring referendum passes on third attempt

The third referendum attempt to restructure the GUSA Senate has successfully passed, according to the GUSA Election Commission on Friday, Feb. 23. The commission announced the result on Twitter at... Read more


Presidential candidates debate GUSA’s role, influence on campus

On Feb. 19, four GUSA candidates debated the role of student government in Georgetown student life and influence over the university administration in the GUSA presidential debate. Josh Sirois (COL... Read more


Spring 2018 GU Politics Fellows emphasize engagment, bipartisanship

The Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service welcomed its new class of fellows to Georgetown with the start of the spring semester. The five spring 2018 fellows have... Read more


Georgetown advisory board member steps down after #MeToo tweet controversy

On Jan. 15, a member of the Georgetown Masters of Science of Foreign Service advisory board resigned after his tweets at a conservative female blogger on the #MeToo movement garnered... Read more


University considers private arbitrator in graduate student union election

Georgetown University will consider a Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) proposal to allow a neutral arbitrator to conduct an election on the recognition of a graduate student union by... Read more