Articles tagged: covid-19
The future of theatre looms ahead.
As the pandemic drove an increased desire for community, Discord allowed over 140 million socially distant people to come together.
Petition calling for South Asian Society reform spurs change, donations for COVID-19 crisis in India
A petition by Georgetown Students 4 South Asia calling for internal reform of the South Asian Society has amassed over 100 signatures.
Housing justice means rent cancellation, tenant empowerment, and extension of permanent housing programs
With the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) eviction moratorium in legal danger and housing insecurity exacerbated by the pandemic, the D.C. government must take action to protect the 7,800-15,800 residents... Read more
The services include drop-off and pick-up of storage for students on campus and the surrounding Georgetown community.
With their national vaccine campaigns well underway, it’s time the U.S. and other Western countries start to fulfill their responsibility to vaccinate the rest of the world. It’s a moral imperative, as well as a public health necessity.
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
More than 2,300 Hoyas took a chance to find their match through the Georgetown Marriage Pact in March, with varying degrees of success.
“Zoom fatigue” has only increased among students and professors alike since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last March.
A March email from President DeGioia announced that the university expects a full return of the student-body to Georgetown’s campuses.
One Medical, Georgetown University’s COVID-19 testing provider, is under fire from Georgetown students for delays and testing discrepancies.
After a 15-year career at the university, Dr. Phil Meilman retired from his post as director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services.
The Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) announced on March 25 the university agreed to COVID-19 protections.
COVID-19 brought unique challenges to the Jesuits’ religious and communal lifestyle on campus and in the Georgetown neighborhood.
One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the doors to Touchstone Gallery remain closed to the public. Despite attempts to recreate the beloved experience online, Touchstone’s virtual exhibits fail to inspire... Read more
D.C. has an alternate geography hidden to its visitors. Beneath the national monuments, city blocks, historic neighborhoods, and federal buildings lies a map of food deserts, segregation, health care gaps,... Read more
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.
MedStar's altered visitor policy comes amidst new protocols to support disabled patients hospitalized during the pandemic.
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.