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Democracy at its finest: GUSA Senate elects committee chairs

Yesterday evening, Healy Room 106 was alive with the sound of some good old fashioned fist-pounding and huzzahing (okay, maybe not) at the GUSA Senate elections. The elections were for the positions of Speaker, Vice Speaker, and chairmen… Read More

Trevor and Omika also in the lead in terms of endorsements

Voting for the GUSA presidential election began a little after 9 p.m., and Vox has prepared a list of each ticket’s endorsements from various student groups and leaders at Georgetown. Each ticket supplied Vox with a list of its endorsements…. Read More

What you’ve all been waiting for: The GUSA election Blingee contest is here!

Voting for the 2014 GUSA executive election starts tomorrow at midnight, so readers know what that means: Vox needs a Blingee to announce the winner. Below are photos of each ticket, save it to your desktop, and upload it to the… Read More

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Stewards still irrelevant, don’t hold your breath

In what has become a recurring migraine for GUSA candidates, the Steward controversy rears its head again. The Hoya reported today that four of the GUSA executive candidates are members in either the Second or Third Society of the Stewards…. Read More

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Fact Checkers: Trevor and Omika’s platform has a lot of promises

For the second to last Fact Checkers, Vox took a look at Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria‘s (SFS ’15) campaign. The lengthy platform is divided into three sections: connect to your values, connect to your community, and connect to your… Read More

GUSA Constitutional Council rules Greco is senate speaker

At a hearing held on Saturday night, the GUSA Constitutional Council ruled that the Jan. 12 senate speaker confirmation vote was unlawful and that, as a result of George Spyropoulos‘ (COL ’14) resignation, Sam Greco (SFS ’15) is the true senate speaker…. Read More

All three SAFE referendum measures cross the validity threshold

Roughly one day into voting, the three measures on the Student Activities Fee referendum have all crossed the GUSA-established threshold of 2000 votes that will make valid any of the measures that pass. As of  7:57 p.m., the… Read More

GUSA Roundup: New year, same senate

Yesterday’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association senate found itself preparing for several big issues of the upcoming semester, including the endowment referendum, the student life report, and the executive election. Poll-dancing The senate passed an act… Read More

GUSA Roundup: And so, it begins

The 2010-2011 Georgetown University Student Association Senators were sworn in on Sunday, officially beginning the year’s agenda. While the meeting was heavy on ideas and questions from the senators and light on formal votes, the discussions suggest that… Read More

GUSA hopeful Bill Nelson concedes Senate election

“With no power comes no responsibility.” Although promising to live by these words that he attributed to Spiderman, Bill Nelson (COL ’11) conceded his run for the Georgetown University Student Association on Saturday. Nelson, who recently also lost… Read More