What’s happening on campus and in D.C.
GUSA Senate begins initial steps of Senate restructuring, supports AAPI community and International Women’s Day
Both the International Women’s Day resolution and act to begin restructuring the GUSA Senate passed unanimously with no abstentions.
Punjabi farmers are protesting unfair economic practices. Georgetown’s Sikh Student Association is standing with them.
SSA rallied the Georgetown community in support of the farmers' protest in India, inviting experts to discuss the protests’ significance.
MedStar's altered visitor policy comes amidst new protocols to support disabled patients hospitalized during the pandemic.
D.C. NASA Headquarters was renamed in honor of pioneering aeronautical engineer and mathematician, Mary Jackson.
Archaeologists discovered the remains of 28 African Americans at the 3300 block of Q Street NW in Georgetown from the early 1800s.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic toll, alumni donations for the Georgetown Scholars Program has remained relatively consistent.
The Voice can offer a behind-the-scenes look at Georgetown’s COVID-19 plans over the past year based on email exchanges with the DOH.
A year into the pandemic, students modified housing plans to replicate the college experience off campus this semester.
Joe Biden has called on the Department of Education to review all current policies on sex and gender discrimination in schools.
Adjunct professor Sandra Sellers was terminated on March 11 after a video of her making disparaging remarks about Black students.
Bowser surveyed D.C. residents about their priorities for the city’s budget, marking the first step in D.C.’s budget process.
A group of undergraduate students, graduate workers, and staff have come together to form the Georgetown Coalition for Workers’ Rights.
Law enforcement officials are bracing for a potential second round of violence, after reports of alleged plans by white-supremacists.
Criminal justice experts discussed inequalities in the criminal justice system and the disproportionate impacts of incarceration.
Nile Blass (COL ’22) and Nicole Sanchez (SFS ’23) will become the next GUSA Executive president and vice president.
GUSA presidential candidates Nile Blass (COL ’22) and Daniella Sanchez (COL ’22) explained their respective tickets’ approaches to advocacy.
Voice survey results amid Nile Blass (COL ’22) and Nicole Sanchez (SFS ’22) and Daniella Sanchez (COL ’22) and Leo Arnett (SFS ’22) campaign.
Mayor Bowser signed a Mayor’s Order recognizing gun violence as a public health crisis and announced the creation of a prevention program.
Georgetown’s partnership with the shared workspace company WeWork aimed to give many students much-needed study space.