Articles tagged: food insecurity


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Limited dining options over break could worsen food insecurity for students

Dining hall closures have left students staying on campus over Thanksgiving break with scarce accessible meal options for the holiday weekend.  From Wednesday, Nov. 24 until Sunday, Nov. 28, all... Read more

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Georgetown’s dining infrastructure fails to justify the high cost of the mandatory meal plan

It is clear that the university has not given Hoya Hospitality the infrastructure to feed approximately three quarters of the undergraduate student body, and the administration should thus free upperclassmen of the meal plan requirements.

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Hoya Hub partners with The Corp to combat food insecurity on campus

As students have returned to in-person classes this semester, a troubling feature of Georgetown’s on-campus college life has returned as well: food insecurity. In response, The Corp and the Hoya... Read more

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Limited dining options on campus lead to student fears of food insecurity over break

Students staying on campus over break worry about affordable access to food, even with a weekly university stipend to offset the costs.

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GUSA Senate elects new vice speaker

The GUSA Senate elected Sen. Christopher Ziac (COL ’22) to fill the position of vice speaker at their meeting on July 19 following the previous vice speaker’s resignation on July 9... Read more

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Swipe out hunger doubles donated swipes

The Swipe out Hunger Program, a student-organized campaign that compiles donated meal swipes to  help combat food insecurity on campus, doubled its number of donated swipes this semester. The campaign... Read more

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Swiping Out Food Insecurity, One Meal at a Time

Swipe. “Next!” This is a familiar refrain heard by every Georgetown student in the Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall on any given day. Swipe.“Next!” They take back their GOCards and enter... Read more