Although they still don’t have exact data illustrating the effect of D.C. bag tax on Georgetown students’ use of disposable bags, students in charge of The Corp’s services say their employees are seeing a noticeable decrease. “[We] don’t… Read More
As one its many philanthropy initiatives, the Corp annually doles out Reimagine Georgetown grants to programs that “seek to improve our undergraduate experience at Georgetown in creative ways.” In recent years, grants—which are co-sponsored by GUASFCU and The… Read More
After the demise of the free newspaper program early this year, student leaders have been pushing to bring the Washington Post back to campus, according to Will Cousino (SFS ’12) of Interhall. Cousino, GUSA Vice President Jason Kluger… Read More
Promising news for print journalism fans: although the Collegiate Readership Program, which provided free newspapers on campus, was suspended this year due to lack of funding, there are two replacement offers on the table. Members of GUSA, the… Read More
SAC solicited help for SAC Fair, but the College Dems were having none of it. After failing to find volunteers, SAC announced that we’d underestimated their popularity. Shruti Dusaj and Robert Biemesderfer weren’t so sure, though.
While we were busy covering start-ups like the Hoya Insider and the Georgetown University Examiner, we missed some great blogging action that’s been going on from a major Georgetown institution: the Corp. You won’t find it under the… Read More
Malin Hu admitted that Georgetown actually gives her the warm fuzzies. Erica Slates thought GUSA could really use some proofreading lessons.
The Corp has recently received project approvals to move forward on their newest venture, a café in the Davis Performing Arts Center, according to Corp CEO Ryan Callahan (SFS ’10). Callahan predicts that the new venue will be… Read More
Add another 300+ employees and then we’ll have ourselves a real competition…. The Corp likes to boast that it is “The Largest Student-Run Corporation in the World!” It’s a pretty impressive superlative. Unfortunately, it’s one that the Harvard… Read More