The Center for Social Justice coordinates the first ever Social Justice Week

In efforts to get students excited about certain things on campus, Vox has noticed that there have been a lot of “themed” weeks lately. From Choice Week, to Arts Week, we now have another week in our midst. Starting… Read More


Georgetown Cabaret coming to the Black Cat this month

On Feb. 20, the Georgetown Cabaret—what began as a variety-style talent show in Darnall Hall in the 1970s and has now become an annual rock extravaganza—is coming to the Black Cat. Celebrating its 39th year of existence, Cabaret will also… Read More

Andria Wisler named director of the Center for Social Justice

Andria Wisler, currently the director of Georgetown’s Program on Justice and Peace, was chosen to become the Director of the Center for Social Justice. The position has been empty for more than two years, after the CSJ’s founder… Read More

Funding board leaders roundly reject GUSA Fund

The planned GUSA Fund would make it rain Leaders from all six advisory boards voted against creating the GUSA Fund at a Funding Board meeting today, but the Finance and Appropriations Committee will still be able to pass… Read More

Georgetown students starting microfinance club

All you do-gooder econ and finance students out there, get excited: two Georgetown students—Brian Gallagher (MSB ’10) and Ben Sacher (SFS ’12)—are starting a microfinance club. The idea behind microfinance is that giving small loans to entrepreneurs in… Read More

Georgetown makes “Best Neighbor” honor roll for community involvement

It’s a wonderful day in Georgetown’s neighborhood! While Georgetown’s town-gown relations can get pretty testy, according to researchers at Westfield State College, GU is actually one of the best neighbors in the country [PDF].  Georgetown made their “Best… Read More