GUSA elections end our long, representative-less nightmare

GUSA election results are in, people. Time to get excited! After a long week of election previews—and thankfully, plenty of excuses to bring out our favorite blingee—the GUSA Election Commission announced the winners of the elections. Vox congratulates… Read More

GUSA Elections: “Will my district have a senator?” edition

To help foster a (hopefully) more informed student body for this year’s Georgetown University Student Association Senate Elections, Vox invited all candidates to complete a short questionnaire regarding their candidacies. And, to our surprise, some of them even… Read More

GUSA Elections: “Students in dorms still care” edition

To help foster a (hopefully) more informed student body for this year’s Georgetown University Student Association Senate Elections, Vox invited all candidates to complete a short questionnaire regarding their candidacies. And, to our surprise, some of them even… Read More

GUSA Elections: The eager to get involved (a.k.a. freshmen) edition

To help foster a (hopefully) more informed student body for this year’s Georgetown University Student Association Senate Elections, Vox invited all candidates to complete a short questionnaire regarding their candidacies. And, to our surprise, some of them even… Read More

GUSA attendance high, with one Senator to be questioned about attendance

Last year’s woeful attendance at Georgetown University Student Association Senate meetings seems to be a thing of the past. Following our look at the attendance records of GUSA Senators for the fall semester, which found that only one… Read More

Minor election hiccups in last week’s GUSA Senate special election

Unbeknownst to most students, last Tuesday, a special election took place to fill a vacancy in the Georgetown University Student Association Senate. With 76 votes, Andrew Foley (MSB ’10) beat out David Lee (NHS ’10), who had 63… Read More

GUSA Round-up: The Senate passes funding reform, strips advisory boards of votes

If we learned anything about the GUSA Senate this Monday night it’s that they have a USPS-like devotion to braving the elements.  As the rest of the school buckled down for our second-consecutive snow day, the Senate reaffirmed… Read More

GUSA Roundup: The Senate takes on the Student Activities Fee endowment, campus rodents

GUSA debates rats and the perennial publicity problem STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEES: The Senate waded further into the morass of club funding, passing a bill about the Student Activities Fee. Students currently pay a $100 Student Activities Fee, half… Read More

GUSA Roundup: The Eleven election meeting

Go ahead and give your GUSA Senator one—or eleven—of these! Three hours and forty-five minutes. That’s where the second meeting of the full GUSA Senate clocked in. But the 21 Senators got the most out of their time,… Read More