GUSA Roundup: Stopping the flu and spreading the wealth

The GUSA senate clocked in a brief meeting Sunday afternoon, and, in a mere a 22 minutes, managed to pass a Resolution to Promote Student Health and approved a GUSA Fund Funding Package. GUSA helps Georgetown stay healthy… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Fighting over funding

On Sunday, October 23, the Georgetown University Student Association held its fourth general senate meeting. The meeting dealt with last bits of administrative tasks left for the beginning of the year, and legislative business handling several bylaws. GUSA… Read More

GUSA roundup: Elections are so much fun when you’re the only one running

On Sunday, October 16, the Georgetown University Student Association held its first third senate meeting. The meeting dealt mainly with administrative tasks, such as electing senators into GUSA’s various groups. The first of these tasks was to confirm… Read More

GUSA Roundup: New kids on the block

The Georgetown University Student Association Senate elected senators for internal leadership positions during this week’s meeting; next week, the body will begin to debate legislation. The new leadership includes Speaker of the Senate Adam Mortillaro (COL ’12), Vice-Speaker… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Quirky Inaugural Edition

This week’s Georgetown University Student Association meeting featured an irksome inauguration (just like Obama’s!) and tear-jerking eulogies to Philly P’s. Here’s the wrap: Inaugurations: GUSA swore in the newly-reelected President and Vice President Calen Angert (MSB ’11) and… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Full boards, deficient cheerleading

This week’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Senate included a heated contest to fill a vacant seat on the Finance and Appropriations committee, and a denouncement of Eric Cusimano’s extracurricular involvements. Here’s the wrap: Finance and… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Have you seen this bill?

At Sunday’s meeting, GUSA established that this year’s presidential elections would be accompanied by a debate between all the candidates. God know what the actual elections will look like, though—Senators lost the bill they passed last year setting… Read More

GUSA executives Calen Angert and Jason Kluger to run for reelection

On Sunday, Georgetown University Student Association Calen Angert (MSB ’11) and Jason Kluger (MSB ’11) announced to the GUSA Senate that they planned to run for reelection in the presidential election on February 23. In an interview with… Read More

GUSA Roundup: These senators aren’t scared of commitment

At yesterday’s GUSA meeting, Senators forged ahead with plans for the GUSA Fund and were briefed by the executive branch about the Readership program and buses to basketball game. Here’s the wrap: The GUSA Fund In a unanimous… Read More