South of the border with Internet access
Last Thursday, we published an editorial about Georgetown needing to move into the 21st century and finally make the whole campus wireless. We looked into the situation at GW and AU and found out that both of our so-called competitors in the District are completely wireless.
Today, though, while leafing through my roommate’s study abroad materials, I discovered something even more incredible. The university that she plans to study at in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic — one of the poorest countries in Latin America — is 100% wireless enabled. Come on now, Georgetown. I think that information speaks for itself.
-Anna Bank, editorial board chair