Isaiah Seibert

IPPS launches mentorship program to pair Hoyas with public service professionals


The Institute for Politics and Public Service (IPPS) launched its mentorship program Oct 30, which pairs students one-on-one with professionals in a variety of fields related to public service including campaign management, congressional staffing, and political journalism. “A big part of why we exist … is to give students a real, up-front, pull-back-the-curtain view of…

Student Employment Office standardizes student employee rights in new handbook

Student Employment Office standardizes student employee rights in new handbook


The Student Employment Office (SEO) published the new Student Employee Handbook this summer in an effort to standardize access to information surrounding student employment. The handbook replaces the previous system in which there was no single set of published guidelines for student employees. The handbook describes the rights and responsibilities of a student employee, for…

DeGioia discusses higher education with other D.C. area university presidents


Georgetown University President Dr. John DeGioia, along with his counterparts Dr. Ángel Cabrera from George Mason and Dr. Steven Knapp from George Washington, addressed members of the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning. The panel, moderated by the Economic Club’s president David Rubenstein, discussed the current state of higher education in the United States,…

New Weeks of Welcome programming welcomes Hoyas home

New Weeks of Welcome programming welcomes Hoyas home


This year, Georgetown Weeks of Welcome (GWOW) replaced Welcome Week as the series of events welcoming students back to the Hilltop. The new festivities are now longer and incorporate a wide variety of on-campus organizations. One of the most noticeable difference between GWOW and Welcome Week is the new program’s duration. “Welcome Week was one…

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