Noah Telerski

Noah Telerski is a senior in the college studying government and economics and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Voice. He enjoys playing his guitar, talking about New Hampshire, and wearing Hawaiian shirts on Fridays.

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The Voice’s Hockey Experts’ Round 2 Predictions

Our “experts” are keeping score of how many series they predict correctly and incorrectly, though flipping a coin would yield better results than what they’ve had. A bonus is awarded... Read more

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The Voice’s Hockey Experts’ Round 1 Predictions

Tampa Bay – Columbus (Will) The Columbus Blue Jackets are surging at just the right time, having won seven of their last eight to sneak into the playoffs ahead of... Read more


Neighbors, Nike, and Other News: Voice Coverage from 2009 to 2019

Wondering what were the biggest stories the Voice covered over the past decade? Luckily, we looked through our archives so you don’t have to. Apr. 14, 2009 President Obama gives speech... Read more


Having a Grand Old Time: News on the Hilltop from 1969 to 2009

We dug through our archives to find the biggest (or our favorite) stories the Voice covered in our first 40 years. *** May 5, 1970 Students strike, boycott classes The... Read more


The Sun Also Rises: Georgetown’s Long and Complicated History of Solar Energy

Georgetown is currently facing backlash from environmentalists over a proposed off-campus solar project in La Plata, Maryland, which would require clearcutting over 200 acres of forest to make room for... Read more


Proposed GU Solar Project Faces Opposition at Public Hearing

The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) held a public hearing on Feb. 27 to hear testimony from community members on the proposed Georgetown solar installation in La Plata, Maryland.... Read more

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The Patriots’ Special Teamers were the Super Bowl MVPs

Ryan Allen won the Patriots the Super Bowl. Yes, Tom Brady drove the team down the field with his favorite weapons, Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski, to score the game-sealing... Read more


Poor Shooting Plagues Men’s Basketball in Home Loss to Butler

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (15-9, 5-6 Big East) fell behind Butler (14-10, 5-6 Big East) with 10:42 left in the first half and trailed the rest of the way... Read more


Getting Candid with the Candidates: Nicki Gray

With elections for GUSA Executive coming up on Feb. 8, the Voice invited all of the candidates to our office to talk about why they are running, what issues are... Read more


Here Comes the Sun? Local environmentalists oppose university solar project

When Benjamin Hance decided he wanted to put solar panels on his home, he faced a dilemma. Living on a wooded lot meant trees cast shadows on his roof, and... Read more