Vox polls: How do you feel about the capital campaign?
The past week has brought some pretty significant changes to the decor around campus. In conjunction with the launch of the aggressive fundraising stage of the capital campaign—which aims at raising the staggering sum of $1.5 billion—all of the signs that used to publicize Georgetown’s Jesuit values have been replaced with pictures of doors advertising Campaign for Georgetown.” They’re all over Red Square, on every lamppost, and even greeting campus visitors with big banners across the front of Healy Hall.
So we want to know, just how effective is Georgetown’s latest money-making effort? Does it make you want to write a fat check with “Hoya Saxa” as the memo, or slam one of those doors in the face of whoever is asking?