Sienna Brancato

is a senior in the College majoring in English and minoring in Government and Italian. She has done some things for the Voice, and will continue to do some things.


GUSA Hosts First Fall Roundtable with Administrators

GUSA hosted its first fall roundtable on Sept. 18 to allow students the opportunity to communicate directly with administrators. Students could question administrators at all seven round tables, labelled mental... Read more


Voice Staffers’ Favorite Summer Reads

The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison I read The Bluest Eye in the eleventh grade, and it had a sense of realness that books hadn’t yet held for me. It wasn’t... Read more


A Little Bit in Love with Love Island

While studying abroad in Dublin last fall, I finished almost three seasons of Love Island. It was a source of laughter and excitement during a period of situational depression. Out... Read more


On The Record: President DeGioia On Campus Sexual Assault, the GU272, and More

Editor-in-chief of the Voice, Sienna Brancato (COL’20), sat down with Georgetown University President John DeGioia (COL’79) to talk about the biggest campus news on students’ minds as the academic year... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Unshelved: Absurdity in a Nutshell

In a nutshell, Nutshell by Ian McEwan is one of the most bizarre books I have ever read. Honestly, I don’t know why I even finished it. I think I... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Unshelved: Less Than in Love With Love in the Time of Cholera

Content warning: This article discusses instances of sexual assault depicted in the novel. I’m back! It’s me again, with Unshelved, a column in which I attempt to read and review... Read more


Piecing Together Disordered Eating

“That will go straight to your thighs,” Zoë says to Tristan as he gazes longingly at the donut grasped in his hand. “That’s why I’m eating it with my eyes... Read more


Students Search for Common Ground Amidst Rising Partisanship

Georgetown students on campus in 2009 were living in the heart of political upheaval. Barack Obama, the first black president, brought Democrats back to the White House for the first... Read more


Student Groups Navigate Shifting Media Landscape

This issue focuses on the Voice’s 50-year history, but we are part of a larger network of student groups dedicated to journalism on campus. While we’re often in friendly (and... Read more

Halftime Sports

TRYing to Connect With My Dad

I’ve grown up with rugby. My dad started playing in chiropractic school—yes, I’ve realized the irony. Then he played for our local club team even after he had surpassed the... Read more