A slew of residence hall burglaries over the past year has prompted the Department of Public Safety to evaluate some of its security policies. DPS reconsidered the way its student guards should conduct themselves and, starting this summer term, will prohibit student guards from using laptops and tablets while they are on duty. DPS Chief [...]
Sequestration measures passed earlier this year by Congress have led to a 5.1 percent funding cut from Federal Work Study programs, which will negatively affect financial aid and research spending and has worrying implications for student aid and academic research throughout the nation. Many of the decreases in Federal education funding, such as the cuts [...]
With the passing of the election of April 23, D.C. voters have not only chosen a new Council member but also decided, after nearly 213 years since the District’s creation, to grant the D.C. government the ability to allocate its own tax dollars independent of Congressional oversight. This Tuesday, the people of the District of [...]
Last week, Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson lifted the years-old ban on having multiple kegs in University-owned housing. While Olson’s move is the most recent in the first few steps to finally making the Hilltop the central hub for campus life, the University still has several steps to take in order to restore [...]
Although students have spaces to voice concerns about Leo’s issues, the ability of workers to do so is limited by Aramark and District policy.
The College is changing its gen. ed. history requirement by replacing one of the previously mandated general survey classes with a history focus course.
According to Chief of DPS, Jay Gruber, DPS is currently pursuing several leads in its investigation of the vandalism in Dahlgren Chapel.
The Georgetown master planning survey will allow the University to incorporate student opinion into the campus development plan for the next 20 years.
On April 23, Washingtonians will vote on a referendum to secure budget autonomy for the District, and also to fill an at-large seat on the D.C. Council
This year’s NSO will not include a mandatory sexual assault education workshop, but instead will offer a voluntary sexual assault awareness social event.