Articles tagged: Interview


DeGioia talks class-conscious admissions, GUPD, and more

Every semester, the editor-in-chief of the Voice has sat down with President John DeGioia to talk through pressing issues facing the Georgetown community. While the tradition went on hiatus during... Read more


Outer Banks’ Madison Bailey and Madelyn Cline want you to embrace the Pogue life

We had the opportunity to speak with Madelyn Cline and Madison Bailey about season three, their experiences filming over the course of the pandemic, and their meteoric rise to fame in the process. 


Miguel Wilson is reinventing wedding fashion—because it’s his day, too 

With a philosophy of activism through fashion, designer and philanthropist Miguel Wilson has challenged the boundaries of men’s formalwear.


Margaret Cho is angry—and you should be, too

We spoke with Cho ahead of her upcoming appearance at the Warner Theater, and she discussed the many sources of inspiration that fuel her work.


Post Pitch: Spare

Welcome to the first episode of Post Pitch. Today, Podcasts section editor Jillian Seitz interviews writer Maanasi Chintamani about Prince Harry’s new book Spare, exploring themes and questions that did... Read more


Casually Georgetown: Episode 2, Nirvana Khan

This week, we met up with Nirvana Khan to learn about her work as a GUSA senator and finding community on campus while simultaneously prioritizing her own well-being. Featuring: Bril... Read more


The Death of Stalin Is a Darkly Funny Portrait of Political Chaos

Armando Iannucci is no stranger to biting political satire. The two works he’s best known for, BBC’s “The Thick of It” and HBO’s “Veep,” both possess a take-no-prisoners approach to... Read more