Thomas Stubna


Georgetown student kidnapped

Jan. 30 update: Police have released photos and are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspected kidnapper of the Georgetown student who was forced to withdraw cash and make... Read more


Service Beyond The Hilltop: CSJ Turns 15

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service will celebrate its 15th anniversary during the upcoming Social Justice Week, held from February 20 to 26. Established the same weekend... Read more


GUPD Chief Jay Gruber Addresses Student Concerns at Roundtable

Georgetown University Police chief Jay Gruber discussed recent initiatives and addressed students’ concerns about crime and policing on campus at a roundtable Feb. 10.


Hillyer discusses free speech at Georgetown

  Quin Hillyer (COL ‘86), Contributing Editor of the National Review Magazine and Senior Editor for the American Spectator, criticized protests relating to free speech at Georgetown and other universities... Read more


GUSA Executive Ballot to include referendum on course registration

On Jan. 24, the GUSA Senate voted to issue a referendum on the GUSA executive ballot regarding moving to an open registration system and eliminating pre-registration. The resolution passed 22-0, with... Read more


GUPD develops new active shooter response training program and website

  A new training program and website aims to educate community members about responding to an active shooter situation, Georgetown University Police Department Chief Jay Gruber announced in a university-wide... Read more


University proposal for downtown technology, arts and media center advances

The Advisory Neighborhood Commission for Logan Circle and Franklin Square (ANC 2F) voted unanimously to support a plan by Georgetown University to renovate and lease the Franklin School building at... Read more


McDonough GUTS Bus turnaround opens, Library Walk closes

On Nov. 9, Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle (GUTS) buses started using the McDonough bus turnaround that consolidates four stops in one location on the south end of campus. Another event... Read more


Writing Center and SEED D.C. partner for tutoring program

This Wednesday began a new partnership between Georgetown and the SEED School of Washington D.C. as eight students of the tuition-free college preparatory boarding school started tutoring sessions at the... Read more


Northeast Triangle gets “topped off,” students sign names to elevator beams

The Office of Residential Living celebrated the “topping-off” of the Northeast Triangle dormitory Sept. 9 by giving students the opportunity to sign two beams and tour the construction site. The... Read more