Jeffrey Lin


News Hit: Georgetown commemorates Vaclav Havel

In collaboration with the Czech Embassy, Georgetown University unveiled the new “Václav Havel’s Place” memorial in Alumni Square Wednesday afternoon. The dedication included a conversation between Georgetown professor and former... Read more


Student leaders oppose satellite residence proposal

University administrators are considering establishing a satellite campus to meet the requirements of the 2010 Campus Plan. This disclosure has not only created concerns about the administration’s willingness to promote... Read more


Old Georgetown Board discusses University master planning

On Wednesday, the Old Georgetown Board, an advisory committee that conducts private reviews of semi-public and private structures within the Georgetown neighborhood boundaries, once again voiced concerns about the construction... Read more


Jeremy Lin proves that Asians can be ballers, too

On Feb. 10, 2012, right after the legendary game against the Lakers in the bright lights of New York City, my future became wide open. Ever since that day, no... Read more


New School of Continuing Studies campus opens downtown

Wednesday morning, students at the Georgetown School of Continuing Studies (SCS) began their classes in a new building at 640 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., in downtown D.C. Planning for the move... Read more


New sustainability office to open on campus

After over two years of waiting, Georgetown University has created the Office of Sustainability, a department in charge of increasing the University’s sustainable practices, collaborating with the community and peer... Read more


D.C. votes for budget autonomy and Anita Bonds

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,... Read more


Campus survey will help plan 20 years of development

The Georgetown master planning survey will allow the University to incorporate student opinion into the campus development plan for the next 20 years.


Georgetown new member in EPA’s Green Power Leadership Club

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... Read more


Campaign for referendum on budget autonomy begins

On April 23, D.C. residents may finally fulfill that age-old American revolutionary demand,  “no taxation without representation.” During a special election, residents of the District of Columbia will have the... Read more