Shalina Chatlani


Alum returns to host sexual assault workshop for men

In mid-January, D.C. non-profit group Men Can Stop Rape will offer an educational program exclusively for men about sexual assault prevention in Village C West’s Alumni Lounge. The event has... Read more


Students call on Wendy’s to join Fair Food Program

Over 150 student activists marched from the White House to a NoMa Wendy’s restaurant on Nov. 16, where D.C. Fair Food, the regional chapter of the Student Farmworker Alliance, presented... Read more


On-the-record with D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells

The Voice sat down with 2014 mayoral candidate and D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6) for an interview on his policy stances, ranging from decriminalization of marijuana to resolving corruption... Read more


News Hit: Budget cuts to affect Alumni Lounge operating hours

Starting Nov. 1, the Alumni Lounge will adjust its operating hours to three days a week for the remainder of the fall semester. This change is part of a transition... Read more


It’s time for industrialized nations to reject neocolonialism

We trekked through the Amazon Rainforest, kicking up the mud with our boots, wielding our machetes, and avoiding the danger in our path. Don Gregario, an Ecuadorean farmer and my... Read more


Leo’s workers discuss labor issues at Georgetown

A group of workers at Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall sat down with students to hold a discussion  about labor conditions at Georgetown on Tuesday evening. The event, organized in... Read more


The District’s record stores will spin you right round, baby

If you’re fed up with pseudo indie, overpriced, and pretentiously displayed record collections, despair no more. The Voice has uncovered some gems that are sure to satisfy your craving for... Read more


Terror rhetoric a toxic trend in American civilization

Looking out upon a sea of anxious faces, Nina Davuluri, standing hand-in-hand with her opponent, learned that she would become the first Indian-American woman to ever win the Miss America... Read more


Gray vetoes LRAA, councilmembers push for new bills

On Tuesday, D.C. councilmembers failed to override Mayor Gray’s veto of the contentious Large Retailers Accountability Act (LRAA), legislation that would have required retailers with gross revenues of at least... Read more