Georgetown University’s main campus saw the installation of the first of four public, solar-powered cell phone charging stations late last month at the Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle turnaround in front of McDonough Arena as part of a new collaborative sustainability initiative. The Office of Sustainability houses the project inRead More
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In honor of Earth Day last Friday, several offices and student organizations, including Students of Georgetown, Inc. and the Office of Sustainability launched various environmental initiatives, such as the addition of four solar-powered outdoor chargers throughout campus. In addition, The Corp also launched the Corp Sustainability Committee and a compostingRead More
You can now buy your soda with a credit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay at vending machines on Georgetown University’s main campus and the Georgetown University Law Center. Previously, vending machines only accepted cash or GOCards as forms of payment. The change, which began in October, is the resultRead More
The Ebola crisis in western Africa has prompted the postponement of “The Future of Development and Business in Africa,” an Aug. 4 forum that was to feature Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The event, sponsored by the university and The Coca-Cola Company, has yet to be rescheduled. The forum’s focusRead More
The Global Human Development program, one of eight master’s programs in the School of Foreign Service, will establish its first endowed chair after receiving a $4 million donation from The Coca-Cola Foundation, announced April 2. The GHD program, founded in fall 2012, will graduate its first class of 21 thisRead More
For Pepsi lovers on campus, a brief window of opportunity closed earlier this year when Georgetown renewed its exclusive contract with The Coca-Cola Company, continuing a relationship that goes back to the early 1970s. Georgetown formalized its relationship with Coca-Cola in the early 1990s, but the company has had aRead More
Coca-Cola has decided to offer a scaled-down can size in Washington, D.C., and New York City as part of a new initiative to increase sales. The new 7.5-ounce can contains 90 calories and is meant for consumers looking to lower their sugar intake, whereas the traditional 12-ounce can contains 140Read More