A new Georgetown Day tradition: Puke up Wingo’s for a cause

Joel Ziebel (COL ’10) wants to know: are you “Interested in chowing down on some Wingo’s buffalo wings, downing Red Bull, representing your student organization on Georgetown Day, competing against other Hoyas and faculty, and doing it all… Read More

Georgetown students starting microfinance club

All you do-gooder econ and finance students out there, get excited: two Georgetown students—Brian Gallagher (MSB ’10) and Ben Sacher (SFS ’12)—are starting a microfinance club. The idea behind microfinance is that giving small loans to entrepreneurs in… Read More

GUSA Senate approves long-anticipated GUSA Fund, giving clubs a way to circumnavigate SAC

After years of clashing with SAC and bandying about the possibility of GUSA-sponsored club funding, the GUSA Senate passed a bill yesterday afternoon creating a GUSA Fund which will allow GUSA to provide an alternative mode of funding… Read More

Georgetown launches Global Zero chapter

Yesterday marked the launch of the Georgetown chapter of the anti-nuclear weapons campaign Global Zero.  The Georgetown Global Zero kick-off was marked by a speech from former Special Representative of the US President for Arms Control, Non-proliferation, and… Read More

SAC kicks off the year right, by pissing off club leaders

It’s only the second week of school, but the Student Activities Commission—long known as student organizations’ favorite bureaucratic body on campus—is already off to a great start in solidifying its relations with club leaders. Two separate group leaders… Read More