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

D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously approves GU campus plan

Last night, Georgetown administrators and neighbors gathered before the D.C. Zoning Commission to discuss the 2010 campus plan for the final time as the University, ANC 2E, and neighborhood groups submitted a revised version of the original campus… 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

Mayor Gray indicates only 5% of Campus Plan negotiations remain

On Wednesday, at the Citizens Association of Georgetown’s meeting, Mayor Vincent Gray hinted that an agreement has been reached between neighbors and the University over the campus plan. At the meeting, the mayor said, “We’re 95% to getting… Read More

Breaking: University and neighborhood groups to restart campus plan negotiations

Tonight, Georgetown University, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, Citizens Association of Georgetown, and the Burleith Citizens Association announced they would restart negotiations about the 2010-2020 Georgetown University campus plan. They also requested that the Zoning Commission postpone its filing… Read More

Councilmember Wells talks ethics reform, campus plan and more

At an event hosted by DC Students Speak last night, D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6) addressed approximately twenty students about a variety of issues facing the District and the Council, including Georgetown University’s 2010 campus plan, the use of… Read More

President DeGioia reflects on the previous semester

On Wednesday evening, President John DeGioia held his biannual conversation with campus media. Over the hour-long discussion, DeGioia discussed a wide variety of subjects, including the capital campaign, the campus plan, campus safety, Georgetown’s major construction projects, diversity initiatives,… Read More

Mayor Gray joins President DeGioia at annual holiday reception with the neighbors

Last night in Healy Hall, administrators, neighborhood residents and community leaders gathered for the university’s twelfth annual holiday reception with Georgetown’s neighbors. Notable attendees this year were University President John J. DeGioia, D.C. Assistant Police Chief Patrick Burke,… Read More

Georgetown alum takes to the Internet, tries to better our relationship with the neighbors

If you ask just about anybody who’s been following the campus plan debacle (if you read this blog, we’re willing to bet that you’re one of them) to sum up the process in a word, you’re going to… Read More

2010 Campus Plan- “Final” Hearing

Georgetown Campus Plan-“Final” Hearing