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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

They’re back: GUSA talks multicultural council and says goodbye to Greco

GUSA held its first general senate meeting on Sunday. The year got off to a rocky start when GUSA’s usual room, Healy 106, was taken by a class. The senate evacuated down the hall to a different classroom,… Read More

FinApp budget passes after long debate in GUSA senate meeting

In addition to swearing-in Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria (SFS ’15) as the new executives, GUSA passed the new FinApp budget proposal, which will cut out the Collegiate Readership Program, a program that places free national newspapers around campus. The bill… Read More

GUSA Roundup: A Sunday evening quickie

This Sunday night’s GUSA meeting was an absolute breeze, with no legislation to pass and only the election of a new Finance and Appropriations committee member. The whole affair clocked in at 33 minutes and 50 seconds. With… Read More

GUSA Roundup: To infinity and beyond, or at least, to the Law Center

The inbetween of post-midterm-pre-final days did not leave the fearless GUSA Senate sluggish. The short, productive meeting passed three bills unanimously, including one to increase GUTS service. Senator Seamus Guerin (COL ’16) introduced the first bill of the… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Georgetown Day, frats, and taking on sexual assault…again

The 2012-2013 term came to an end on Sunday afternoon, as GUSA held its last meeting for the year. GUSA’s members reflected on the success of Georgetown Day and gave thank yous and fond farewells in anticipation for… Read More

GUSA Roundup: A resolution to help you get around

This Sunday afternoon, GUSA passed a “Resolution Concerning the Extension of GUTS Bus Schedules.” A bill to break the bubble Introduced by Mary Beth Brosnihan (SFS ’13), the bill encourages the extension of Georgetown University Transport Shuttle weekend… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Rise up for limitless kegs!

Yesterday, the GUSA Senate passed a number of acts and resolutions pushing for more liberal enforcement of the rules on Georgetown Day, the issuance of GOCards with smart technology, the consolidation of university internet portals, and measures for… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Changing Georgetown’s response to sexual assault

This Sunday, GUSA passed two bills concerning sexual assault on campus. “A Resolution Concerning Sexual Assault” addresses the University’s response to the crime and “An Act Concerning SAPE Training for All Members of GUSA” initiates a drive for… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Some spring cleaning and Vox needs therapy

This week, in what may have been the longest senate meeting on record, GUSA held elections for Speaker, Vice-Speaker, Chair of the Intellectual Life Committee, filled a vacancy in the Finance and Applications Committee, and approved President Nate… Read More