Shalina Chatlani


City on a Hill: The brutal truth about D.C.’s finest

Watching the riots unfold in Ferguson while sitting on my couch back home in Jackson, Miss., during the 50th anniversary of the South’s Freedom Summer movement for racial equality no... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Critical Voices: Bahamas, Bahamas is Afie

Whenever I find myself emotionally deep in the cheap seats, I often turn to my favorite artists for the inspiration I need to move forward. For most of my years... Read more


Adjunct professors reach settlement agreement with the university

Six of Georgetown’s part-time faculty reached a settlement last Thursday on the terms of a three-year contract with the University. The faculty was part of a bargaining committee that voted... Read more


Sneak peek of the Healey Family Student Center

The Healey Family Student Center will open Friday at noon—and the Voice got a sneak peak of the long-awaited space. Director of the Center for Student Engagement Erika Cohen-Derr and... Read more


City on a Hill: The Geography of Hunger

From the convenience of high quality, organic produce at Safeway to fresh sushi plates at Dean & Deluca, Georgetown students are surrounded by a cornucopia of food choices. What many... Read more


Campus construction creates new pedestrian, bus routes

Georgetown welcomed students to a construction-heavy Hilltop this week. With the university trying to meet goals outlined by the 2010 Campus Plan to increase on-campus student activity and living space,... Read more


Farm fresh fixtures fill local markets with delights dorms desire

Here at the Voice we know how satisfying it is to get your hands around a pair of firm, juicy tomatoes––organic, of course! If in the midst of your frantic... Read more


Healey pub vendor seeks student input

It’s no surprise that Bon Appétit Management Company, the newly announced vendor for the Healey Family Student Center Pub, had no difficulty in enticing students to visit its pub showcase... Read more


Kennedy Institute to begin new MOOC next Tuesday

Georgetown’s Kennedy Institute of Ethics will launch its first massive open online course on April 15. The course, “Introduction to Bioethics,” is a six week MOOC with more than 25,000... Read more


News Hit: UIS will lock out students who do not change their passwords

University Information Services is mandating that students change their Georgetown account login passwords every six months within a two week notification period, a policy first announced February 19. Students who... Read more