James Constant


Complying with White House standards, GU reforms sexual assault policy

Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson announced “an enhancement of the Office of Student Conduct’s efforts to broaden its response to sexual misconduct” in an email sent to the... Read more


GU Fossil Free delivers divestment proposal to DeGioia

GU Fossil Free delivered the final draft of its 35-page proposal to the office of President DeGioia on Tuesday, initiating what they hope will be a fruitful year of engaging with... Read more


Context Clues: Piecing together the pieces of the Georgetown puzzle

With a campus that’s constantly in motion with its students moving at a hundred miles an hour in seemingly endless directions, it can be difficult to gather perspective on the... Read more


GUASFCU to offer student loans

In an online statement made April 14, the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union announced a new addition to its assortment of financial offerings: the option to take... Read more


News Hit: D.C. Council passes landmark sexual assault survivor rights bill

The D.C. Council unanimously passed the Sexual Assault Victim’s Rights Amendment Act of 2013 on Tuesday in the first of two rounds of voting required for the act to be... Read more


GU mulls housing requirement for juniors, sophomores limited to dorms by 2016

The completion of the Northeast Triangle Residence Hall in February 2016 will mean that sophomores will, by default, no longer be able to live in on-campus apartments, according to Executive... Read more


Transfer students not feeling the love from Georgetown housing

It’s an open secret at Georgetown and it’s an unhappy reality for a few hundred incoming Hoyas every year. Transfer students are treated like second-class students by the University and... Read more


News Hit: Arizona State U joins GU in partnership

Georgetown and Arizona State University announced a new partnership at a discussion held on Tuesday at Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies’ downtown campus. The partnership, which will focus on building... Read more


Administrators hesitant on Capitol Hill GUTS route

Although top University administrators have examined adding bus stops at the National Mall and Capitol Hill to the Law Center route of the Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle, they cautioned it... Read more


Tisa, administration near agreement on free speech

The Georgetown Speech and Expression Committee is establishing the final details of a memorandum of understanding on free speech policies that was submitted to the committee by outgoing GUSA President... Read more