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.


Joe Biden addresses students on financial regulation

On Dec. 5, Vice President Joe Biden argued in support of the Obama administration’s financial sector policies and warned against the dangers of forgetting the lessons of the most recent... Read more


Complaints of unconstitutional actions delay GUSA referendum results

On Dec. 1, the GUSA Election Commission announced that the results of Thursday’s referendum question to restructure the GUSA senate would be delayed pending a hearing on Sunday to examine... Read more


Increase in bias-related incidents around campus

In the past two weeks, the number of bias-related incidents on Georgetown’s campus and the surrounding community have increased compared to the average number of such cases. Jay Gruber, chief... Read more


H*ya Saxa: Twenty-Five Years of Choice

This year, unrecognized student group H*yas for Choice celebrates its 25th anniversary. In an environment historically rife with opposition, H*yas for Choice has managed to make a name for themselves... Read more


Potomac gondola declared feasible

On Nov. 3, the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) released the results of the preliminary feasibility study for a public gondola system from Georgetown to Rosslyn, showing the concept is... Read more


Graduate and undergrad students join in march against police brutality

On Oct. 10, students marched from Georgetown’s front gates to those of the White House in opposition to excessive police force used against black men and women in the U.S.... Read more


Slave descendants respond to university proposal

In the three weeks since Georgetown University President John DeGioia released the proposals of Georgetown’s Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation, activists and descendants of the men and women... Read more


Sexual crimes suspect apprehended on Prospect St.

On Sept. 17, a suspect possibly involved in several crimes around the Georgetown neighborhood, including attempted sexual assault, was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Georgetown University Police Department... Read more


Tuition hike prompts calls for transparency

In response to an increase in tuition for the 2016-17 academic year, Georgetown undergraduates have begun to call for increased transparency in the university’s budgetary processes and a town hall... Read more


Paul Ryan discusses conservative principles at town hall

On April 27, House Speaker Paul Ryan participated in a town hall event entitled “Building a Confident America” at Georgetown University to address millennials. The event, held in Gaston Hall,... Read more