Max Zhang

Max Zhang is the Fall 2022 Editor-in-Chief of the Voice. A senior studying Business and Global Affairs with minors in English and Philosophy, he hails from suburban Chicago and is the Voice's resident Beyoncé expert, among other things. Ping him at editor@georgetownvoice.com.


Leisure

Beyoncé, rebirthed: What Renaissance means for her legacy and more

But it’s on Renaissance where Beyoncé proves there’s no need to top herself—she instead transforms the musical geography altogether.

Halftime Leisure

Twelve Glee songs that are better than the original (and counting)

Glee, for all its many flaws, boasts one of the most extensive musical catalogs in television history. Since its debut in 2009, Glee quickly built a reputation for doing it... Read more

Features

Visions 2022 marks 25 years of celebrating Black Georgetown

BSA is hosting its first in-person Visions of Excellence Ball since the pandemic began, heading to the Mayflower Hotel on May 1.

Halftime Leisure

13 songs to get into K-pop for the unenlightened

Our 13 gateway songs aren’t everything the genre has to offer, but this introduction will get your feet wet and ready for more.

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Oscar contender The Worst Person in the World on how it feels to be alive

Something achingly beautiful happens halfway through The Worst Person in the World (2022), Joachim Trier’s latest romantic comedy-drama: Our protagonist Julie (Renate Reinsve) flicks a light switch in her boyfriend’s... Read more

Voices

So we can return to campus. Now what?

If Georgetown students are to return to campus on Jan. 11 safely, here's what we believe needs to be implemented by the university and the student body.

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.