Digital Issue


Editorials

DC must do more to protect the most vulnerable from the effects of COVID-19

Though D.C.’s COVID-19 rates have stayed below those of other regions, this does not mean the District’s COVID response has been perfect.  In reality, coronavirus is pushing the city’s most... Read more

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November Digital Issue

Hello, We are excited for our final digital issue of the semester! Check out some great content and, as always, Jacob’s fantastic cover! When freshman year is put on pause... Read more

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Divest from the Prison-Industrial Complex

For many years, Georgetown students have pushed for the divestment of Georgetown’s endowment fund from prisons and the adjacent prison-industrial complex, most recently through the Georgetown University Prison Divestment Campaign... Read more

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To save the Supreme Court, we must reform it

The only solution to a broken system is change. When it comes to the Supreme Court, as evidenced by the rancorous disputes accompanying every seat vacancy, something has clearly gone... Read more

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October Digital Issue

Hello! Welcome to the Table of Contents for the October Digital Issue! We don’t have any messages this month, except that all our writers and editors did a fantastic job... Read more

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It’s not you! It’s me! in a pie chart

Egan Barnitt is a freshman in the NHS. She is one of three spoken word poets highlighted in this week’s arts-themed digital issue. She performs this poem in a video... Read more

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The Art of D.C. Streets

Explore the art of D.C.’s streets through our interative map below. [leaflet-map lat=38.9138 lng=-77.0453 zoom=12 width=50% zoomcontrol=true] [leaflet-marker mouseoverable=true up_first=true lat=38.9161 lng=-77.0213 title=”“DC to the World”” author=”Gustav Honl-Stuenkel” img=”http://georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/DCtotheWorld.jpg”] Plastered... Read more

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Office Hours: Panini Girlfriend

When asked about Panini Girlfriend’s Facebook cover photo, bassist Mike Poletti (COL ‘18) and singer-guitarist Natasha Janfaza (COL ‘18)  burst out laughing. “Oh, so that was a joke that went... Read more

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Women’s Basketball’s Biggest Fans: The Georgetown Pep Band

As the Georgetown women’s basketball team (16-16, 9-9 Big East) enters McDonough Arena for warm-ups, the pep band takes its place in the stands. Opposing Delaware (19-13, 11-7 CAA) fans... Read more

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Fractions

Summer Durant is a senior in the College. She is one of three spoken word poets highlighted in this week’s arts-themed digital issue. She performs this poem in a video... Read more

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Office Hours: Lana Nauphal

Lana Nauphal (COL ‘19) began her set in the Voice office with a cover of “For the Sake of the Song,” a folk number by Texas crooner Townes Van Zandt.... Read more

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Chipotle Guacamole

  Timmy Sutton is a sophomore in the College. He is one of three spoken word poets highlighted in this week’s arts-themed digital issue. He performs this poem in a... Read more

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Student Artists Deserve Better

This week is Arts Week on campus, an annual celebration of the arts and the students who create them. It is also an occasion to remember that the many artists... Read more

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Office Hours: Joe Sonza

Joe Sonza (COL ’19) expects a lot from himself. “I bombed yesterday,” he said of his set for the Voice. “I was not pleased at all with my performance.” The... Read more

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Fresh Voices: Behind the Scenes with Campus Poets

In this episode of Fresh Voices, the Voices team talks with spoken word poets Egan Barnitt, Timmy Sutton, and Summer Durant. The three guests discuss the inspiration behind their work and their experiences with slams... Read more