Prefrosh Preview: Off-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox is helping you get on top of “news you can use” with an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the off-campus issues that made headlines; noise, cronyism,… Read More

Students envision redesigned Leavey Center

On Wednesday, Brad Lukanic of Cannon Design, led students, architects, and University administrators in a “visioning” of the renovation of the Leavey Center that is to occur over the next two decades. In contrast to the last student… Read More

Utraque duo: Will Georgetown’s campus soon stretch across the Potomac?

It looks like opponents of Georgetown’s outward expansion who seek to avoid the University becoming a campus of C.H.U.Ds may instead encourage GU to look across the Potomac for answers to its space problems. A recent WaPo article… Read More

Evans launches Ward 2 ANC redistricting

Yesterday, Georgetown’s Councilmember Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) held a meeting at the John A. Wilson Building to kick off the Advisory Neighborhood Commission redistricting process. Mayor Vincent Gray signed the bill redrawing the city’s eight electoral wards last… Read More

Neighborhood redistricting will affect student voice

In the next couple of weeks, D.C. will redraw the boundaries of its 37 Advisory Neighborhood Commissions – bodies that provide formal community input on everything from liquor licenses to campus plans. On Tuesday, the D.C. Council altered the… Read More

Campus Plan negotiations extended until November

On Monday night, the D.C. Zoning Commission voted 5-0 to allow the University until November 17 to bargain with the D.C. Department of Transportation and neighborhood groups on the details of its 2010 Campus Plan. This move would… Read More

2010 Campus Plan – Sixth Hearing

Sixth Campus Plan – Sixth Hearing

Office of Planning, ANC collaborated on 2010 Campus Plan

Update: Click here to read the e-mails Vox obtained yesterday in a Freedom of Information Act request. The D.C. Office of Planning, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, and the Georgetown community cooperated on the controversial OP report on Georgetown… Read More

Local universities inject $2 billion into D.C. economy

On June 2, the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area released a report [PDF] finding that D.C. universities – in addition to providing an education to 85,202 students citywide – make significant contributions to the local… Read More

2010 Campus Plan – Fifth Hearing

2010 Campus Plan – Fifth Hearing