Twuesday Tweetacular: Safety first

JM Alatis reminds the campus community that since student guards regularly adhere to just one half of their title, only YOU can prevent dorm room thefts. Tucker Cholvin finally defines the long-sought reason to the question of why… Read More

Georgetown releases 2011 Crime and Fire Safety Reports

Last week, Georgetown released its annual reports summing up crime and fire safety issues on its various campuses. These reports, which were posted on the Georgetown Safety and Environmental Management website, include lengthy summaries of campus procedures and… Read More

University to install security cameras in on-campus residence halls

During the next two weeks, security cameras will be installed in the entrances and exits of University residence halls. “Cameras will be aimed at entrances and exits and not at student rooms,” reads an email from Housing Services… Read More

Georgetown offers rape defense classes free to female campus community

It’s no secret that sexual assault is a serious issue for the Georgetown and surrounding communities. Last fall, the Department of Public Safety launched the Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) Program. The program is a self-defense course totaling twelve… Read More

Cyclist struck by van at intersection of Prospect and 33rd

At approximately 4 p.m. this afternoon, a female cyclist was struck by a Super Shuttle van while riding eastbound on Prospect Street. According to witnesses at the scene, the cyclist rode through a stop sign and the van,… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Down on divestment, shoutouts for Voice

The majority of this week’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate was spent considering the arguments of Georgetown, Divest!, which is pushing the University to divest from companies that profit from human rights violations in Israel… Read More

GUSA Roundup: The Fund gets underway

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB FUNDING: Senator Matthew Hoyt (COL ’12—Alumni Square/Village B) introduced a bill to allocate $300 to the International Relations Club to host a musical group called “White Flag” dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Speaker Adam Talbot… Read More

Administrators hold safety forum in response to hate crimes

Georgetown students and administrators conducted a panel in the ICC Auditorium about Georgetown’s response to hate crimes last Thursday. Several administrators attended the panel, included Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson and Vice President for University Safety… Read More

Students lay out goals for improving student safety in light of recent hate crimes

Students concerned by the recent anti-gay hate crimes will have the chance to meet with University officials to discuss what can be done to improve student safety today at 8 p.m. in the ICC Auditorium.  In preparation for… Read More

The results of GUSA’s summer survey

Survey Says… GUSA has compiled the results of their “Omnibus Student Survey,” the summer survey which polled the student body on everything from GUSA’s structure, student diversity, and GUTS buses, to student safety, academics, and the free newspaper program… Read More