Roman Peregrino

Once upon a time, Roman was the Voice's EIC as well as news, managing, and sports editor. He is from San Francisco and a lot less Italian than his name suggests.


New Second District MPD Commander Named

Duncan Bedlion was recently named Second District Commander of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). The Second District includes the Georgetown campus and runs between the Potomac River and Western Avenue.... Read more


Getting Candid with the Candidates: Ryan Zuccala and John Dolan

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


Facilities conducts indoor air quality assessment of three dorms amid mold concerns

Georgetown Planning and Facilities Management conducted indoor air quality assessments during the final week of classes in Village C East and West and Darnall Hall from Dec. 4 to Dec.... Read more


Four former priests with Georgetown ties named in Maryland Jesuits abuse report

In a schoolwide email sent Dec. 17, University President John DeGioia informed the Georgetown community of a Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus report which named over 20 Jesuit... Read more


Men’s Basketball Uses Second Half Run to Overcome Liberty

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (7-1, Big East) defeated Liberty (7-2, Atlantic Sun) 88-78 on Monday night at Capital One Arena. Freshman guard James Akinjo led the Hoyas with 19... Read more

Halftime Sports

NHL First Quarter Season Review

As November comes to a close, the NHL has crossed the quarter mark for the 2018-19 season. We are getting to the point where sample sizes are no longer small... Read more


Tuition roundtable presents likely tuition increase

The first Hoya Roundtable of the 2018-19 academic year met to discuss the rate-setting of tuition on Nov. 5. The event, co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost, GUSA and... Read more


Native American Students Look for Campus Community

At a presentation on Oct. 12, “Indigenous Resistance Across Borders: Political Education and Storytelling,” many of the people gathered at Casa Latina were familiar with each other. Kelsey Lawson (SFS... Read more


Georgetown Prison Reform Project frees man 27 years after wrongful conviction

Valentino Dixon was exonerated of murder charges and released from prison through the efforts of the Georgetown Prison Reform Project on Sept. 17 after serving 27 years behind bars. According... Read more


Panel discusses intersections of disability and immigration

A panel featuring disability advocates met in the Healey Family Student Center Social Room on Sept. 17 to discuss disability and immigration policy in the United States. It was moderated... Read more