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Carrying On: What Does the Voice Mean to You?

Carrying On: What Does the Voice Mean to You?

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04/03/2019

The Voices section reached out to Voice alumni from throughout our 50 years and asked them the question,  What does the Voice mean to you?   Jason Kelly (COL ’96) Editor-in-Chief, Spring 1995 My memories of the Voice are too numerous to capture in a couple hundred words, unless I default to a Larry King-like, ellipses-riddled regurgitation….

New Paper, New Office, Same Old <i>Voice</i>

New Paper, New Office, Same Old Voice

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04/03/2019

Within 16 pages, the Oct. 22, 2009 issue of the Voice housed the feature, “A History of One-night Stands: Comedy at Georgetown,” the news clip, “Shot Fired in McDonough Bathroom,” and the Voices piece, “Tour de Georgetown: Cyclist Pops the G’town Bubble.” “The Voice definitely produces a lot of professional writers and journalists, and I…

Sustained Success for Hoyas on the Field and on the Court

Sustained Success for Hoyas on the Field and on the Court

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04/03/2019

Though the athletic brand of Georgetown University has been primarily tied to the men’s basketball team, the past decade has highlighted the excellence of many of the other squads on the Hilltop. The following article chronicles six of the school’s most prominent programs since 2009. *** Men’s Soccer By Tyler Pearre The Georgetown men’s soccer…

The Voice at 50: Can It Really Be Twenty Years? (1989)

The Voice at 50: Can It Really Be Twenty Years? (1989)

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03/04/2019

The Voice published its first issue on March 4, 1969. To celebrate, we’re re-publishing articles about previous anniversaries we’ve found in our archives. In this piece, the Voice’s first editor-in-chief reflects on the founding two decades later.  By Stephen Pisinski for the Voice‘s 20th anniversary *** My initial reaction upon being asked to contribute to The Georgetown Voice’s 20thAnniversary…

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