GUSA Roundup: Post grades on Blackboard, end blissful ignorance

This Sunday, GUSA convened amid the revelries of the Feast of Saint Patrick and passed a resolution requesting Georgetown professors post the results of all graded assignments on Blackboard. A bill to outlaw luddism among professors Sen. George… Read More

GUSA Roundup: End door-knocking? But how else will people be sure we exist?

Following a legislative hiatus during the throes of GUSA campaign season, the Senate got back to business Sunday afternoon with the passage of the Resolution to Make Housing’s Room Change Policy More Transparent and the blocking of the… Read More

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: Playing favorites, playing for favors

Sunday afternoon, GUSA Senate passed a bill aimed at reforming Georgetown’s disciplinary system and additionally approved an amendment to create a subcommittee concerned with food service on campus. An end to retributive justice Introduced by Vice Speaker Zach… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Don’t hate. Legislate.

On Sunday, GUSA kicked off the second semester with the zeal, debate, and vituperation students have come to expect from their representatives. The meeting began with an announcement of the upcoming launch of the new GUSA website, which… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Is butter compostable?

In yesterday’s GUSA meeting, the last of the semester, the Senate voted to start a composting program in Southwest Quad, students get a chance to change sign-in rules, and the Senate allocated $200 to a student heading to… Read More

GUSA Roundup: You gotta fight for your right to hate Leo’s

Yesterday, the Georgetown University Student Association unanimously passed a resolution to finally fix Leo O’Donovan’s Dining Hall. The resolution calls for decreased wait times, increased capacity to accommodate students at peak demand times, increased food options and diversity,… Read More

GUSA Roundup: A resolution to establish our right to booty call

On Sunday evening, the GUSA Senate passed a resolution “to Establish Free Movement across Campus Buildings.” Debate on an amendment to the proposed bill grew heated. Introduced by Speaker Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Sen. Nolan DiConti (COL ’15),… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Zipcars and a subcommittee for art

At the weekly Sunday meeting with the Georgetown University Student Association, the Senate approved two pieces of legislation pertaining to student life: A Resolution with Regards to ZipCars and An Amendment to the Subcommittee Establishment Act. The first… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Outdoors and taking roll

Yesterday, the Georgetown University Student Association met on Copley Lawn to welcome new senators from the recent by-election, to move forward on the Harbin Patio games program, and to institute harsher punishment for frequently absent senators. Like lambs to the… Read More