Career Center renamed after GU alumnus and co-founder of MBNA

Last Saturday, the name of Georgetown’s career center officially changed to the Charles M. Cawley Career Education Center. Who the franc is that, you ask? Well just you wait, dear readers, because you’re about to find out! Cawley (COL… Read More

Finalized version of Student Life Report 2012 released

Earlier this week, the Student Life Report committee released their finalized 50-something page document about student life. The report primarily focuses on the advisory boards and GPB, but does summarize intellectual life and administrative accountability too. You can… Read More

According to Campus Grotto, there are 39 schools more expensive than Georgetown

After yet another disappointing failure to break the top 20 universities in the country and an international ranking that we really don’t want to talk about, Georgetown was hit with yet another blow with the most recent list… Read More

Former employee credit union accountant sentenced to 63 months

Yesterday, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia handed down a 63-month prison sentence [PDF] to Reginald A. Clark, 42, a former accountant for the Hoya Federal Credit Union, who was convicted in February for embezzling… Read More

Maryland higher education CIO to coordinate University investments

President DeGioia announced today that Michael K. Barry, former chief investment officer of the University of Maryland System Foundation, would become Georgetown University’s CIO. As the CIO of the UMSF since 2005, Barry managed the investment funds of… Read More

Georgetown recieves $87 million for medical center

Yesterday, Georgetown announced that it received $87 million—the largest gift in University history—from the late Virginia Toulmin. Toulmin, who passed away in June, donated the money to the University’s medical center with instructions that it be used to… Read More

GUASFCU manages more than $16 million in assets

Last week, Georgetown University Alumni Student Federal Credit Union crossed the $16 million mark in its managed assets. The milestone is the highest in the credit union’s 27-year history. GUASFCU, the oldest and largest student-run financial institution in… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to buying your textbooks

Textbooks are perhaps the biggest first-year expense that students can control. Yet at the beginning of every year, a Disneyland-sized queue of freshmen—and upperclassmen—inevitably winds around the upper floor of the bookstore. After handing over shrink-wrapped copies of… Read More

Statistically, a Georgetown education is worth its cost

Worried about the high cost of a Georgetown education?  Bloomberg Businessweek’s recent article about the value of college degrees may make you feel a bit better. Businessweek, in collaboration with PayScale, collected information on the incomes of alumni… Read More

Georgetown receives $549,302 grant to improve emergency preparedness

Thanks to our grant, everyone at Georgetown will now look like this Next time there’s a calamity on campus, thank the U.S. Department of Education: they just gave Georgetown a $549,302 grant for emergency preparedness initiatives, according to… Read More