GUSA creates a new position and commends Facilities for doing something

This week’s convening of GUSA senators clocked in at just 26 minutes, about which everyone involved was joyous. Then again, it’s possible everyone wanted to get out early to work on catchy slogans for upcoming GUSA campaigns. In this breezy meeting, the Senate passed two bills. The first, introduced by Speaker Sam Greco (SFS ’15), […]

Village A water main to be fixed early Saturday morning

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The replacement of the pipe that ruptured early Saturday morning will occur on Feb. 1, beginning at 1 a.m. and concluding at 5 a.m., Robin Morey, Vice President for Planning and Facilities Management, told Vox in an email. The water main break was caused by extreme temperatures and lack of water use at the time. For a quick […]

Village A water not safe to drink due to water main break

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Update 5:40 pm: The water main has been temporarily fixed, restoring regular water service, though further repairs will be needed later this week. The Office of Residential Living suggests running the water for a few minutes before using. Update 3:44 pm: Bikes along Library Walk near Lau were removed this morning, as they were in the way […]

University launches Laundry Alert app for GU Mobile, among other apps

Today, the University has made its Laundry Alert app available as part of the GU Mobile app. Laundry Alert shows users the status of all of Georgetown’s washers and dryers and alerts users with a message when their laundry is completed. GU Mobile 5.0 also includes a feed for student news, free and faster Blackboard […]

Frosh Preview: #GeorgetownProblems

First off, we’d like to give an official Vox Populi welcome to the Class of 2016, for officially graduating from “pre-frosh” to bona fide freshmen. As you begin your career on the Hilltop, you’re going to notice that, although your fellow classmates may have different interests and hail from different corners of the Garden State, there is […]

GUSA Senator “DJ LaMagnz” keepin’ Facilities honest in Youtube videos

DJ Vox is in the building, here to announce that Daniel LaMagna is in the building! Part-time GUSA senator representing some of the chill inhabitants of Henle Village, and full-time worshipper at the altars of the rap gods, this sophomore junior and rising star on the Georgetown University Student Life Committee has been making sure […]

Hoya Roundtable Wrap-up

Wednesday, October 12, Georgetown’s Chief Operating Officer, Christopher Augostini held the first “Hoya Roundtable” to ask students how Georgetown could best serve them. New to the job, Augostini started the meeting by saying, ”The best way for me to orient my self to the issues to the student body was simply to ask you.” There were […]

First “Hoya Roundtable” to be held on Wednesday

This Wednesday, Chief Operating Officer Christopher Augostini will be holding a forum with University leaders in the Department of Public Safety, auxiliary services, student housing, facilities, and University Information Services to solicit student feedback. The event, held in Sellinger Lounge from 5 p.m. will be the first of a series of discussions in an effort […]

FROSH Preview: #GeorgetownProblems

First off, we’d like to give an official Vox Populi welcome to the Class of 2015, for officially graduating from “pre-frosh” to bona fide freshmen. As you begin your career on the Hilltop, you’re going to notice that, although your fellow classmates may have different interests and hail from different corners of the Garden State, […]

Power outage plagues East Campus during storm

A power outage in East Campus that began this afternoon has yet to be fixed, according to East Campus Hall Director Billy Colona. “At this time, neither I nor Housing have any information on the restoration of power or what actually caused it,” Colona wrote in an email to Nevils residents at 4 p.m. The […]

University to install new, high-efficiency washing machines

While every dorm won’t have wireless internet access by the beginning of the semester, students can still expect something new—washing machines! The front-loading, high-efficiency washing machines, which are manufactured by Speed Queen, will cut down on the University’s water and electricity consumption. “They’re low-energy machines,” Vice President for Facilities and Student Housing Karen Frank said. […]