John Lawless


Jazz on the road less traveled

The northern New England jazz scene is eerily, icily quiet, but Adric Rosen has spent the past two and a half years trying to liven it up.


Saxa Politica: Fines are fine, records aren’t

Vice President for University Safety Rocco DelMonaco and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Jeanne Lord welcomed students back to Georgetown last Wednesday with an intimidating e-mail highlighting the Metropolitan... Read more


Endowment shrinks

Unable to remain insulated from the nation’s financial crisis, Georgetown University saw its endowment fall 12.5 percent from the beginning of 2008 to September 30, according to a statement by... Read more


SAC may buck GUSA

On Monday night, Student Activities Commission Chair Sophia Behnia (COL `09) proposed several controversial amendments to the SAC constitution. If they pass, they will eliminate defunct clauses in SAC’s constitution... Read more


The agony and the ecstasy

On Tuesday night, the contrast between the moods in Sellinger Lounge and the Village C Alumni Lounge could not have been more stark. In Alumni Lounge, the Georgetown University College... Read more


SCUnity scrutinized

The Georgetown University Student Association’s Senate voted last night to amend its bylaws so that non-senator Brian Kesten (COL `10) could continue to chair the Student Commission on Unity, but ... Read more


Gallaudet begins Presidential search

Two years after Gallaudet University’s administration faced overwhelming protests over its presidential appointment, the Board of Trustees is beginning a new presidential search.  This time they are seeking to increase... Read more


Magis Row themes revealed

The Office of Student Housing has announced the themes for the houses on Magis Row, a group of fourteen miniature LIving and Learning Communities in University townhouses.


No Money, Mo’ Problems

The Leavey Center buzzed last Friday as juniors, seniors, and graduate students chatted their way through a maze of corporate logo-laden tables at Georgetown’s Career Fair. Students looked for welcoming signs from recruiters representing over 100 employers, but amidst the din and the flurry of strong handshakes, a sense of uncertainty loomed.


Bloomberg: economy in crisis

In the middle of a week that has seen stocks tumble precipitously, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had the economy on his mind. Speaking to a packed Gaston Hall yesterday, he told the audience that the government is not addressing fundamental issues at the heart of the downturn.