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Georgetown announces Fall 2020 plans

Georgetown announces Fall 2020 plans

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07/06/2020

The university will open campus in a very limited capacity this fall, with all classes offered online and some with an in-person option. Only about 2,000 students will be allowed to return to live on campus due to a need to reduce density on campus.  Georgetown announced its plans for the fall semester in a…

Georgetown Explained: GUSA

Georgetown Explained: GUSA

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07/04/2020

GUSA, the Georgetown University Student Association, is a somewhat infamous organization on campus that has been the subject of multiple calls for abolishment and reform (including from the Voice’s editorial board) despite its continued work on behalf of the student body.  In spite of near-constant pushback from students, some version of student government has existed…

D.C. takes the next step towards reopening

D.C. takes the next step towards reopening

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06/20/2020

Washington D.C. will begin Phase Two of reopening from the shutdown caused by the spread of the novel coronavirus on June 22, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on June 19. Phase Two reopening comes after a 15-day decline in COVID-19 cases in the District and involves the gradual relaxing of regulations. Notable changes include an increase…

D.C. begins to reopen, no changes for Georgetown

D.C. begins to reopen, no changes for Georgetown

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05/29/2020

Washington, D.C.’s stay-at-home-order was lifted today, signaling a start to the ReOpen DC plan that was released on May 21.  Mayor Muriel Bowser’s order to begin Phase One of reopening, which was made public on May 27, allows limited opening of non-essential retail businesses and restaurants, in addition to repealing the stay-at-home order. This was…

Graduate student files class action lawsuit against Georgetown, is denied

Graduate student files class action lawsuit against Georgetown, is denied

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05/26/2020

An anonymous McDonough School of Business graduate student filed a class-action lawsuit against Georgetown on May 21 seeking expense repayment in light of the COVID-19 campus shut down and move to an online learning environment.  Though the motion was denied in a court ruling on account of the plaintiff’s anonymity, the lawsuit accused Georgetown of…

Georgetown offers limited summer housing at discounted cost

Georgetown offers limited summer housing at discounted cost

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05/23/2020

With all camps and conferences cancelled and classes moved online through July, Georgetown will sit nearly empty through the summer months. However, the campus will remain a refuge for a handful of students through the summer, offering summer housing to those still on campus.  Georgetown has offered free transition housing to students currently on campus…

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