Articles tagged: CSJ


Student tutors rise to meet evolving needs at motel-turned-migrant shelter

A new D.C. Schools Project cohort goes to Days Inn to tutor newcomer migrant children, encountering more fundamental needs in the process.


Whitney Maddox leaves Georgetown with a lasting impact 

Whitney Maddox has departed Georgetown for a new position as NPR’s Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI) manager beginning Feb 1.


Point-in-Time Count Surveys Homeless Population

Volunteers shivered as they circled Glover Park, scanned dark alleyways, and scoped out Georgetown’s canal for the second time that night. Ahead, a group of bodies sits perched on a... Read more


Georgetown Initiative Co-Hosts Rent Control Rally

About 15 Georgetown students joined a rally on Oct. 26 demanding the expansion of rent control in the District. A variety of unions, tenant groups, and other organizations, including Georgetown’s... Read more


GUSA Passes FY 2016-17 Budget: GPB, CSJ see funding cuts

The GUSA Senate voted unanimously to approve the Student Activities Budget Fiscal Year 2017 on Sunday April 7. The total budget, as allocated by GUSA’s Finance Appropriations Committee (Fin/App), came... 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