GUSA Roundup: Changing of the guard

At yesterday’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate, the most venerable senators approved the third member of the IRCĀ Triumvirate Election Commission, the new chair of the Finance and Appropriations committee, and discussed the future of the… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Loose ends and tight wallets

Yesterday, the Georgetown University Student Association Senate tied up some loose ends from last week’s meeting, including, passing electoral reform laws, the FY13 budget, and the executive cabinet. One of the few new items at the meeting the… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Baby, it’s hot in here

At yesterday’s meeting, the Georgetown University Student Association senate passed six bills, some of which were more important than others and some of which took longer to talk about. Big Budget, Big Budget First the outgoing chair of… Read More

GUSA Roundup: What’s a Quorum?

At yesterday’s lightly-attended meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate, the senate made some plans for the upcoming inauguration next week and the transition after that. There were no big-ticket issues, so Vox has some miscellany for… Read More

GUSA Roundup: There’s no crying in student government

At last night’s meeting, the Georgetown University Student Association senate didn’t pass any laws, but they did pass the torch. The meeting mainly consisted of some affectionate speeches by GUSAphiles on their way out and the certification of… Read More

GUSA Roundup: You can’t swing a dead cat without hitting an Executive candidate

Yesterday’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association senate was… peculiar. About 40% of the people in the room were running for GUSA Executive, so it was fun to project subtext onto the bickering of the obviously sleep-deprived… Read More

GUSA Roundup: You know what happens when you accede…

Yesterday’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate closed a lot of loose ends from last week’s meeting, including a look into removing the university’s ban on student businesses, membership in the student group union, and that… Read More

GUSA Roundup: This is not how a bill becomes a law

Yesterday’s lively and long meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate saw the passage of one bill for financial aid for GUSA elections and the tabling of another that said something about ebooks. If at first you… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Standing up for your right to sit down

Yesterday’s weekly meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association was short and sweet. One topic of discussion was the approval of the GUSA Fund’s allocation package, including a few requests by the Philodemic society. Every semester, Philodemic doesn’t… 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