The most important accomplishments of the Tisa/Ramadan administration

With the swearing-in of Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria (SFS ’15) as the new GUSA executives, Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14) have finished their term leading GUSA. Tisa and Ramadan originally ran on a comprehensive platform, with a… Read More

University relents, satellite campus option dead

The University confirmed today that it has officially tabled the satellite dorm option in favor of renovating the old Jesuit residences, Ryan and Mulledy, for student accommodations in order to satisfy the Campus Plan student housing requirements. This… Read More

On the Record: Jennifer Altemus, president emerita of unhappy neighbors

Vox sat down with Georgetown alumna Jennifer Altemus (COL ’88) on Tuesday to talk about the University’s relationship with our neighbors. After graduating 25 years ago, Altemus stayed around to eventually become the president of the Citizens Association… Read More

The struggle to fit more than 4,000 students on Georgetown’s hundred acres: a concise history

Yesterday, the University filled a request with the D.C. Zoning Commission to renovate Ryan Hall, Mulledy Building, and Gervase Building, which served as the Jesuit Residence prior to 2003, for student housing. According to the University’s Master Planning blog,… Read More

The much-anticipated referendum and unofficial GUSA Senate election results

The Georgetown student body has spoken loud and clear. The results of the referendum indicate that 93.27 percent of 2966 voters were against the creation of a Satellite Campus. In case if you have been living under a… Read More

University presents future housing options that could meet Campus Plan requirements

In a student engagement session last night, University administrators revealed a change in the discussion about the satellite residence that has been the scandal of the season: it is now a temporary option to house students while  on-campus housing… Read More

Comments of the Week: Dorms, dorms, and more dorms

Last week, Vox covered a whole lot of talking and talking about the potential satellite campus dorm thing, introduced a new podcast by the eloquent gentlemen of Voice sports, and poked fun at Syracuse’s new President, who’s a Georgetown alum…. Read More

Students leaders launch campaign, referendum to oppose satellite dorm

Update, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.: The petition by the One Georgetown, One Campus campaign has received 412 signatures, according to an email from Zach Singer. As 300 signatures are required in order to push through a referendum, the question of… Read More

Administrators dispute what constitutes a satellite “campus”

Update, 6:07 pm: Vox received statements from Nate Tisa and Zach Singer (SFS ’15), GUSA chief of staff. Tisa didn’t take the accusation that he was mistaken lightly. “With all due respect, the university administration should stop playing word… 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