Dominique Rouge​


SAC places sanctions on Philodemic Society for policy violations

On Tuesday, April 7th, the Student Activities Commission voted 8-2 to place the Philodemic Society into a Restoration category and ban its travel for the 2016 fiscal year due to... Read more


A Game of Homes: How You’ve Already Lost the Housing Lottery

That uncomfortable squirm in your stomach is not the 5th cup of coffee this time. Housing selection is upon us. It’s all most of us are thinking about, it’s largely... Read more


Office of Residential Living considers offering pre-paid laundry plan to students

GUSA and the Office of Residential Living (ORL) released a survey on student housing needs in an effort to evaluate the need to reevaluate the university’s laundry system. According to... Read more


Brown’s proposal for establishment of Disability Cultural Center gains momentum

GUSA Undersecretary for Disability Affairs Lydia Brown (COL ‘15) hosted a panel on Monday, Mar. 2, to discuss her proposal to create a Disability Cultural Center at Georgetown and the... Read more


Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet speaks about the future of organization

Director of the Peace Corps Carrie Hessler-Radelet spoke in the ICC auditorium on Monday evening of Feb. 23  about the Corps’ vision for college graduates’ future service abroad. Hessler-Radelet opened... Read more