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.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflects on career at panel

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participated in a panel to discuss her experiences in the United States’ legal system as part of the annual Marver H. Bernstein Symposium. Over 400 students... Read more


Marching for Science: Hoya Students and Faculty Call for Science Advocacy

“What do we want? Science! When do we want it? After peer review!” The chant carried across the National Mall as a crowd of Hoyas marched past the Washington Monument.... Read more


Clinton presents peace awards

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security, hosted by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security... Read more


Unsung Heroes expands to other campuses

Unsung Heroes, a student-run initiative which runs a Facebook page sharing stories and photos of facilities, service, and other workers at Georgetown, has begun launching new chapters at campuses throughout... Read more


GUSA presidential candidates discuss platforms in debate

On Monday, Feb. 20, three GUSA presidential candidates discussed why they would be the best nominee to mitigate rising tuition and improve health care services on campus, while reforming the... Read more


GUSA Constitutional Council upholds previous referendum ruling

On Feb. 18, the GUSA Constitutional Council ruled that the results of the Dec. 1 Senate restructuring referendum would remain invalid but allowed the invalidated results to be released. The... Read more


On the Record: GUSA Candidates John Matthews and Nick Matz

The Voice sat down with GUSA executive candidates John Matthews (COL ’18) and Nick Matz (COL ’18) for a conversation about their candidacy and goals for a future administration. In... Read more


The Arlington County Board denies funds to Georgetown-Rosslyn gondola

The Arlington County Board announced Feb. 11 that it will not provide any public funds to build a proposed Georgetown-Rosslyn aerial gondola system over the Potomac River. The decision comes... Read more


GUSA Constitutional Council overturns referendum result

On Jan. 20, the GUSA Constitutional Council invalidated the results of last month’s club funding and restructuring referendum. The council has prohibited the release of the results of the referendum... Read more


[UPDATED]: Student sit-in against Nike ends on second day after agreement with university

Editor’s note: A group of student activists began an occupation of University President John DeGioia’s office around 10 a.m. Dec. 8. Read the Voice’s coverage of the second day below.... Read more