Max Zhang

Max Zhang is the Executive Editor for Resources, Diversity, and Inclusion, a member of the Editorial Board, an assistant designer, and a junior studying Business and Global Affairs with minors in English and Philosophy. He enjoys physical letters, feels self-conscious about listening to fka twigs at night because of the Spotify Friend Activity surveillance state, and wants the very best for you.


Features

The radical vulnerability of Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner

Michelle Zauner's vulnerability is what makes her art so special, translating to an intimacy that guides both her new memoir and Japanese Breakfast record.

Halftime Leisure

Tributes to Naya Rivera

Three Voice writers pen tributes to Naya Rivera, a woman that paved so many paths for so many young people.

Voices

Unfollow Chunky the Panda

And reject the willful ignorance and exclusion it stands for.

Features

‘Of dizzying beauty’: The many faces of Georgetown’s Black art community

As part of Georgetown's diverse, vibrant Black art community, six Black creatives discuss what they dream of—and how to get there.

Podcasts

Grammy 2021 Predictions

Join Voice editors Skyler, Abby and Max as they discuss who could win, who should win, and who will win in the 2021 Grammy Awards.

Halftime Leisure

Halftime’s Non-Fiction Recommendations

Katie: Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach A specialist in both comedic and scientific writing, Mary Roach truly knows how to write non-fiction in a way... Read more

Voices

How to grow your own digital best friend

How my best friend and I got so close despite just having the internet—and how you can grow yourself a digital best friend, too.

Halftime Leisure

The Weekly List: Ten soft songs, depicting the passage of daylight

In a time of upheaval and uncertainty, little feels constant. One thing you can count on, though, is the passage of light through day. This week, the Weekly List is an ambient/folk playlist tracking light from dawn to dusk—it’s a smooth, ethereal listen to center the self during a time where any kind of grounding feels like a fantasy.

News

Georgetown administrators elaborate on Fall 2020 reopening plans in town hall

GUSA hosted a town hall with Georgetown administrators to discuss student concerns about the fall reopening plan on July 16.  Key information revealed during the town hall included a July... Read more

Opinion

If You Like It, Consider Not Putting a Ring On It

Two Voice writers trade takes. This week’s topic: marriage. Paul: Marriage is an institution of fear, not of love. Since its inception, the institution of marriage has been deeply interwoven... Read more