Three-generation alumnus backs out of managing future New South Student Center pub

Fritz Brogan (COL ’07, LAW ‘10), who the University and GUSA announced in April would manage the pub that is planned for the New South Student Center opening in fall 2014, has withdrawn from this agreement, citing an inability to reach a financial agreement with the University. “The University and my company were unable to […]

The Week in Photos: Warren Buffet and the New South Student Center Construction

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Student forum discusses future campus pub with manager

Last Wednesday, a student forum for the Healey Family Student Pub was held. Fourteen students and Fritz Brogan (COL ’07), owner of Mason Inn and future HFSP manager, were in attendance. The pub is projected for completion in August 2014. Brogan, a 2007 Georgetown graduate, expressed excitement for collaborating on a pub “by students for […]

Prefrosh Preview: Building developments

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer For better or worse, the members of the Class of 2017 will not have any new living spaces to occupy at the start of next year. The four freshmen dorms will house virtually all of Georgetown’s freshmen for the foreseeable future. But although freshman housing will not be affected, […]

Georgetown alum Fritz Brogan chosen as NSSC pub manager

Yesterday afternoon, the University in conjunction with GUSA announced that Fritz Brogan (COL ’07) will be the manager for the new pub in New South Student Center. Brogan owns the popular student bar Mason Inn in Glover Park and belongs to a family with strong ties to the University. 19 different pub and restaurant providers were […]

Agreement reached on New South Student Center pub

GUSA leaders came to an agreement with the administration Thursday regarding the planned pub in the New South Student Center. GUSA President Clara Gustafson and Vice President Vail Kohnert-Yount signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dr. Todd Olson, vice president for student affairs, to ensure the pub will serve students’ interests (e.g. that it won’t turn […]

Town hall held to discuss NSSC, the Hilltop’s future “living room”

Yesterday evening, Georgetown University Student Association hosted a town hall meeting between students, the architectural firm ikon 5, and administrators to see the preliminary drawings and concepts of the New South Student Center. ikon 5 stated that the goal for completion is the fall of 2014. Although not a final plan, the drawings showed an […]

From SAFE proposals to NSSC, GUSA executive gears up for the new semester

While the majority of the student body drained off-campus soon after final exams were finished last May, a certain duo were just getting into the swing of things. GUSA President Clara Gustafson (SFS’13) and vice president Vail Kohnert-Yount (SFS’13) spent the summer hard at work on developing the Campus Plan and other aspects of their […]

The Final SAFE Proposals: Part III

Last night, the Georgetown University Student Association Senate passed the Act to Create A Referendum Regarding The Student Activities Fee and Endowment, which creates a referendum for the student body to vote on whether or not to spend the defunct $3.5 million Student Activities Fee Endowment on the Georgetown Energy’s solar panel and revolving green […]

The Final SAFE Proposals: Part II

Last night, the Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriations Committee met once again to finalize the referendum for the proposed uses of the defunct $3.5 million Student Activities Fee Endowment. [Here's a recap of the first part of the meeting.] The allocations are as follows (the draft referendum is reproduced below): Georgetown Energy’s solar […]

The Final SAFE Proposals: Part I

Last night, the Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriations Committee met to review the final drafts of the proposed uses of the defunct $3.5 million Student Activities Fee Endowment. Starting last night but continuing tonight, Finapp will decide how much of the $3.5 million to allocate to each of the three proposals (the Social Innovation and […]