Archived podcasts from the Georgetown community.
Listen to this podcast episode hosted by Voice writer Erin DuCharme to learn from Suzie Maguire, Alumni Admissions Program committee chair for committee 411, and Gina Petruzziello, a newly admitted... Read more
Welcome back to the Reel Pulpit! In this episode Abby Webster, Danielle Guida, and Roman Peregrino discuss their predictions and picks for the 2021 Academy Awards as well as bond... Read more
Join Kayla and Maya in a discussion on sustainability in the fashion world, including a segment from an interview with Hannah Davis, founder of BANGS Shoes. Here is our resource guide!... Read more
Join hosts Annabella Hoge and Sarah Watson as they interview Darren Jian, Editorial Board Chair, on the writing he has done on Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees, or GAGE, and... Read more
In this inaugural episode, Kayla and Maya discuss all things plastic. Welcome to the house! Here is our resource guide! Check it out for more info on our sources,... Read more
Listen to our brief introduction to get a sense of our new podcast!
Join hosts Annabella Hoge and Sarah Watson as they interview Annemarie Cuccia on the writing she has done on Indigenous experiences at Georgetown and the school’s history of complicity in... Read more
Nathan and Josh discuss the recent results for the women's and men's basketball teams. The women have struggled in their last games against Big East foes Butler and No. 19 DePaul, while the men are on pause due to a positive COVID-19 test from a Tier 1 individual.
Join roommates Kiran and Veronica in hearing about life at home, memories from the Hilltop, and what’s been on their minds. They’ll even give their expert advice to friends &... Read more
Kayla, Nicole, Hannah and Kat discuss the many food labels we encounter while shopping, and what it really means to be genetically modified. Remember, nothing is as it seems. Listen... Read more
John, Kayla, and Charlie talk about food marketing and how advertising intersects with socioeconomic class. Come for the learning, stay for the puns. Listen to Food for Thought and other... Read more