Prefrosh Preview: Off-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox is helping you get on top of “news you can use” with an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the off-campus issues that made headlines; noise, cronyism,… Read More

DC Council Candidates Forum on Youth Issues

Today, DC Students Speak, YouthPAC, and the DC Federation of College Democrats will host a forum for the candidates running for At-Large DC Council Seat. The date of the election is April 26th. At-Large DC Council Candidates Forum… Read More

DC Students Speak wraps up voter registration drive in dorms

[Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported that DC Student Speak’s voter registration drive ends today. In fact, only the dorm registration efforts end today. We apologize for the error.] Today marks the final day… Read More

Students launch, distribute lawn signs

A group of Georgetown students launched on Sunday, giving students the opportunity to report encounters with local residents, the Metropolitan Police Department, the Department of Public Safety, and the Student Neighbor Assistance Program. The website’s goal? To… Read More

Mayor to meet with student leaders about noise law

D.C. Student Alliance, an advocacy group made up of elected student leaders at universities in the District, recently sent an open letter to city officials asking for a clarification of the vague new amendments to the District’s noise… Read More

GUSA passes resolution against amended noise law

In Sunday afternoon’s Georgetown University Student Association senate meeting, the senators unanimously passed a resolution regarding the recent amendment to the District’s noise ordinance. Introduced by GUSA Speaker Adam Mortillaro (COL ’12) and four other senators, the resolution… Read More

Petition started to oppose recent noise law amendment

D.C. Students Speak, a student-run advocacy group that was behind the petition in support of the 2010 Campus Plan, has created a petition opposing the recently amended D.C. noise law. The recent amendment makes it “unlawful for a… Read More