Articles tagged: Freshmen
If the last school year was a year of relearning how to do college, this is the year of challenging it.
The Voice's letter to Georgetown students, new and old, as they start the fall 2021 semester back on campus.
ESCAPE-ing the virtual Hilltop, first-years find sense of community through online retreat
Georgetown's ESCAPE retreat program continues virtually for freshmen and transfer students this fall semester.
Incoming freshmen start their Georgetown experience by moving to D.C. together
When Georgetown announced freshmen would no longer be invited to campus due to increased numbers of cases of COVID-19 in the country, the incoming class of 2024 was faced with... Read more
What makes the Voice extraordinary?
Undoubtedly, freshman year of college is as much a journey to find a sense of “home” in a foreign environment as it is anything else. Georgetown can be a mental... Read more
The Kids are Alright: With Three Big East All-Freshman Selections, Men’s Basketball is on the Rise
When Georgetown men’s basketball coach Patrick Ewing announced his first starting five this season, fans were both bewildered and excited. The Hoyas were taking on Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), and... Read more
The Weekly List: Freshman Feels
Fellow freshmen, we have made it through the first month. At this point, the constant social interaction, the aggressively average food, and the work we put off every weekend is... Read more
Three Of A Kind: Thoughts From A Freshman Hoya
The first time I ever encountered Georgetown University, aside from viewing the entirely under-appreciated masterpiece College Road Trip starring Martin Lawrence and Raven Symoné, was when I was 12 years... Read more
Cultivating Camaraderie: Addressing Loneliness on the Hilltop
There’s something really impersonal about many of the “back to school” tips and articles circulating this time of year. They focus on our school-social life balance, our involvement in clubs,... Read more