Town Hall meeting discusses “Beating the Dead Horse” cartoon and race relations at Georgetown

On Sunday afternoon, nearly 100 students gathered in St. William’s Chapel in Copley Hall in response to a satirical cartoon published in the Voice’s print edition on Page 13 titled “Beating the Dead Horse.” The cartoon depicts former… Read More

Olson addresses student concerns on Campus Plan in tele-town hall

At 6 p.m. on Monday evening, GUSA held the first-ever conference-call town hall, providing students with the opportunity to voice their concerns and ask questions on the recent campus plan agreement. In an effort to make up for… Read More

Student Life Report town hall pushes for student group autonomy

In a town hall-style meeting on Thursday night, the students behind the forthcoming Student Life Report 2012 fielded questions and led discussions about their findings and recommendations. As previously reported, the authors of the report found a strong… Read More

Town hall sheds some light on the ongoing search for a new provost

In August, approaching the end of a ten-year term in office, Provost James O’Donnell announced his decision to step down from the position at the end of this semester. Last night, the University’s provost search committee convened a town hall… Read More