Ryan Bellmore


Student space proposals compete for $3.4 million

Since the Georgetown University Student Association’s endowment commission began accepting proposals on Mar. 16, the improvement of on-campus space has emerged as a common theme in suggested uses for the of $3.4 million available due to last semester’s passage of Student Activities Fee Endowment reform.


Gray, students to talk noise law

Mayor Vincent Gray has agreed to meet with students to discuss D.C. Council’s “nighttime noise prohibition” Disorderly Conduct Law, among other issues, the DC Student Alliance, a student advocacy group of elected representatives from 15 Washington-area universities, announced yesterday in a press release.


News Hit: Vandal burns lawn signs

Last weekend, lawn signs that voice opposition to Georgetown’s Campus Plan were found burned in front of a Burlieth home. The three burned red-and-white signs, which display mottos like “Oppose GU’s Campus Plan” and “Our Homes, Not GU’s Dorms,” were discovered on Monday morning.