On Wednesday, a group of over two hundred Georgetown students marched to the Capitol building to meet with the citywide A10 Immigration Reform Rally.
The University’s Planning 102 session outlined long-term campus construction plans concerning GUTS bus routes and additional living space.
The Iron Lady, was no such thing as “one of the great champions of freedom and liberty.”
After months of dispute and controversy, the legal battle between Jack’s Boathouse and the National Park Service has come to an end.
Though just over a month remains in the school year, GUSA hopes to accomplish several objectives before the semester’s end.
Last Thursday, March 28, faculty members submitted 42 final grant proposals for the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning.
D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson and her staff must change something in their approach to governance, and quick.
The recent Georgetown University Student Association executive election brought a significant amount of attention to the issue of sexual assault policy, a problem faced by many campuses across the country. One way Georgetown has addressed this issue is through its Blue Light Alarm System, an initiative developed to increase students’ ability to reach first responders [...]
Since 2009, Georgetown has been purchasing green energy as part of a larger initiative to reduce the University’s carbon footprint. Because of Georgetown’s work in creating a more environmentally friendly campus, in February the Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partnership awarded the university membership in the Green Power Leadership Club. “We are very proud to [...]
The Voice sat down Georgetown University Student Association President Nate Tisa (SFS ‘14), and Vice President Adam Ramadan (SFS ‘14), both sworn in Saturday March 16. Why did you decide to appoint some of your former opponents—Jack Appelbaum (COL ‘14), Spencer Walsh (MSB ‘14), and Shavonnia Corbin (SFS ‘14)—to your cabinet, creating a “team of [...]