Kathryn Berg questions the administration’s bizarre approach to the construction of the science building. Conspiracy theorists, now is your time to shine. Former Vox editor Nico Dodd doesn’t realize that it really was Chinese food. Well actually, it was American brand cereal manufactured in China, so I’m not sure how it should be categorized.
Yesterday evening, President Jack DeGioia and Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson sat down with campus media to answer any questions they have at the start of the 2011-2012 academic year. We would like to thank all of our commenters who responded to our call for suggestions. Be forewarned, they had a lot to […]
11:45 a.m. update: According to TBD and the Georgetown Patch, the 36-year-old construction worker involved in this morning’s accident died from the injuries sustained in the accident. The contractor, who was pinned down by a forklift, was freed by her coworkers and given CPR before emergency crews arrived on the scene. According to Rachel Pugh, […]
On Friday afternoon, Georgetown University President John DeGioia sat down with student reporters from the Voice and The Hoya to answer a range of questions about Georgetown, including the Ten Year Plan, the goals of the school’s $1.5 billion Capital Campaign, the progress of the Diversity Working Groups, and football. Below is a full transcript […]
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has granted Georgetown University $6.9 million in stimulus money for the construction of the science building and scientific research, its largest award through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to date. In an e-mail to the Voice, Associate Dean of the College Ali Whitmer said that construction of […]
The current science center The federal government has not yet denied or approved Georgetown University’s $15 million request for stimulus money to fund construction of the science center, but Ali Whitmer, a dean in the College, said that the outlook is good. Having submitted the request to the National Institute of Standards and Technology in […]
The two million dollar man How much does a Final Four basketball coach cost? About $2 million, if the coach is John Thompson III. In the 2007-2008 school year, Thompson made $2,007,508, plus more than $1 million in deferred compensation and benefits, according to university tax documents obtained by Vox. Thompson’s salary rose by more […]