GUSA wraps up the first theme of What’s a Hoya? program

On Friday, GUSA concluded its ‘Women and Men for Others’ program, the first of three themes in its What’s a Hoya? program. The program rewards freshmen with housing points for showing up to educational seminars that are intended to… Read More

University considering satellite campus to meet Campus Plan requirements

University administrators are considering establishing a satellite campus to help fulfill the requirements of the 2010 Campus Plan, according to GUSA President Nate Tisa (SFS ‘14). “We know they’re considering it. We know it’s on the table,” Tisa… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Student government… to care or not to care?

When incoming freshmen arrive on campus, they immediately become familiar with the gumption of student advocacy on campus.  At the only available epicenter of this universe of hastily generated fliers and starry-eyed, clipboard-toting activists in Red Square stands… Read More

GUSA launches new website and it’s shiny

Yesterday, the Georgetown University Student Association announced the launch of its new website, which was a minor point of contention during the 2013 election. Vox took it upon herself to explore the website, because you know you weren’t really going… Read More

On the Record: Brandon Anderson, student loans advocate

Vox got the opportunity to interview Brandon Anderson (COL ’14), a student veteran who is now fighting the doubling of Stafford student loan rates. As Congress has not acted on the issue, the loan rates are set to double effective… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Senate passes bill on mixed gender housing

Sunday afternoon, the GUSA Senate unanimously passed “An ACT to create a Speaker’s Commission on Inclusion and Safety.” In a continuation of the efforts spearheaded by the Safe Transitions Working Group in August of 2012, the bill created… Read More