Recurring podcasts from the Georgetown community.
Welcome to the Voice's delightful new podcast, "Afternoon Tea" with Kayla Hewitt and Max Fredell. They discuss campus gossip and how it intersects with the social issues of the day.
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 & listeners; the vibes will be immaculate and unmatched.
Behind the Voice's news stories are writers who feel passionately about the issues that they report on. Many writers return to the same topics, including matters impacting D.C. and the Georgetown community, over multiple semesters. Listen to "Behind the Headline" to hear from the voices behind these stories and to learn what they have discovered through interviews, research, and investigation.
College roommates Tommy and John try to be funny. Listen to Busted Stuff for assorted musings on birds, mayonnaise, all things absurd.
Join Olivia Henry (@olivia.henry1) and Jillian Seitz (@jillianmarie.s) for casual conversations with your classmates (and friends!) as we try to piece together a college community during a disconnected time.
On Double Feature with Sheryl and Angela, the eponymous Sheryl and Angela watch new and old movies back to back to see how different genres of film have evolved over time. Tune in every week to see them break down the latest movies or give their hot takes on some older classics.
In First Time Long Time, the Sportz crew gives their armchair takes on the sports happenings of the times complete with a new guest "Caller" each episode.
Take a bite into Food for Thought to learn about how the way we speak intersects with the things we eat. Learn about linguistics, food, marketing, and get ready for plenty of puns.
This is Fresh Voices, where we talk about the stories and opinions we carry with us through our days.
Listen to Voice staffers discuss all things Georgetown basketball, from statement wins to close losses to the state of the Big East.
Tune into the Voice's podcast on all things Harry Potter. Each week, your hosts Dajour and Sienna will talk the good, the bad, and the ugly of every book and movie in the series.
Horror Saxa is a true crime podcast made specifically for Georgetown’s true crime fans. Episodes will focus on true crime cases relating to Georgetown University and the DMV.
Come listen with me, Kate, as I exclaim and gasp over a new topic every other week! With an ever-changing line-up of guests who are super excited to tell us something, the common denominator in Rant Your Heart Out, Georgetown is pure passion. From art history micro-details to true crime to funny stories, RYHO is educational, funny, and gives you an out from having to hear about your friend's current fixation for the third time. Do you have a topic you want to monologue about? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and get ready to Rant Your Heart Out!
Welcome to She Runs the World, the Voice‘s podcast on women’s issues in various professional fields.
A snarky, sophisticated, and serious look at the political, social, and cultural influences that seep from the fashion world and stir up American culture.
Welcome to Test Test! A food podcast rife with opinion, social and historical analysis, and of course, food.
Welcome to the 250, a weekly podcast where Voice staffers watch a movie from IMDb’s top 250 list and discuss their thoughts.
Each week listen to Mariah and Lauryn as they talk about their experiences as young black women in 2019.
Welcome to the Reel Pulpit, the Voice‘s podcast within the Untitled Leisure Project focusing on timely movie reviews.
Welcome to the Sports Sermon, the Voice‘s global sports podcast. Listen in as Voice staffers discuss various professional sports.
Tune into the Untitled Leisure Project for insightful discussions focusing on music, television, and movies. Voice staffers will occasionally engage in vicious debate concerning different leisure topics.
The Voice of Discourse is a political podcast run by students with a passion for discussing and engaging in current political affairs. They strive to present diverse perspectives on the different issues they discuss, and will make cases for why they hold their beliefs. The podcast will explore the different dynamics that come with students who may have diverse political views, to bring about understanding and impact within the current political debate in the nation.
In a unique take on giving advice, Sky and Eli tell us what to do about any topic they consider outside of their wheelhouse.
Welcome to “What Is Love,” affectionately known as WIL, a podcast and project series rooted in the intellectual exploration of love and empowerment. We invite you to engage more deeply, by listening weekly, following our instagram @wil_podcast, and attending one of our social events. Be sure to spread the love, and tell your friends and family about the WIL Project.
Delaney and Inès try to learn sports. Listen to Who's on First? to hear about sports you may or may not understand.
Join roommates/housemates/soul mates? Kayla and Maya as they explore intersections of sustainability and injustice. LIsten as they talk about their experiences attempting to live a more environmentally conscious life with added interviews from executives at leading green companies. Why Can't I Have a Straw questions the "rules" of environmentalism and challenges some of the rigid attitudes surrounding the ideal eco-friendly life.